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August 1997 Newsletter

August 1997 (Volume VIII, No. 2)

NEISS 1997 Horse Related Injuries, World Wide Web and Equestrian Information, AMEA Speakers Available, Performance Standard for Body Protectors, Horseback Riding in Excessive Heat, Flying Doctors of America ] [USPC Safety Committee Job Description, Safety Committees of Horse Organizations, National Monument Employees Required to Use Protective Headgrear

August 1998 Newsletter

August 1998, Vol. IX, Number 3

NEISS Horse Related Injuries, Sports Popularity, Equestrian Mortality, AMEA Annual Meeting, How About Riding Lessons? 4-H and Helmet Use, Equestrian Helmet Safety, Intracranial Hematoma, News Items

Disaster Planning: Hurricanes and Floods

DEBORAH STANITSKI Summer Newsletter 2014

Planning and actions before during and after the storm

December 2000 Newsletter

December 2000 (Volume XI, No. 4)

The Concussion Safety Program Computerized Neuropsychological Testing and the Use of IMPACT, Drusilla Malavase presented Ayer-Hammett Safety Award, Horse-related Deaths in Ohio, 1980-1998 and Plans to Make Roads Safer, A Riding Workout _ It's Not Just for the Horse, BOOK REVIEW
HORSEBACK RIDING: The Parent’s Guide, SURVEY RESULTS Masters of Foxhounds Association of America, Rider injury rates and emergency medical services at equestrian events, Immediate and Persistent Complete Heart Block fol

December 2000 Newsletter

December 2000, Vol. XI, Number 4

Computerized Neuropsychological Testing and the Use of IMPACT, Drusilla Malavase presented Ayer-Hammett Safety Award, SURVEY RESULTS Masters of Foxhounds Association of America, Rider injury rates and emergency medical services at equestrian events, Immediate and Persistent Complete Heart Block following a horse kick

April 1993 Newsletter

EMSA April 1993 (Volume III, No. 2)

USCTA Accident Statistics for 1990 and 1991, Arizona Equestrian Injuries, Editorial Comments: Equestrian Injuries, Horseback Riding in the United States, Rider Survey Results, Yosemite National Park Review, Head and Neck Injuries in Equestrian Sports, Jockey Injuries Study Released

April 1995 Newsletter

EMSA April 1995 (Volume V, No. 2)

Sensation Seeking and Participation in Equestrian Sports, The Study of Thrill Seeking Among Equestrians, Courageous or Thrill Seekers: Which Are We? Safety Dilemmas, The Day the Peacock Stirrup Saved My Life

August 1993 Newsletter

EMSA August 1993 (Volume III, No. 3)

The Danger of Heat Injury, Conditioning for the Equestrian Athlete, Risk Factors of Head and Neck Injuries in Equestrian Activities, Why Not Ride Double With a Child on a Horse? Equestrian Accidents in the United Kingdom. Jockey Injuries, AMEA Protective Vest Survey, Body Protectors

August 1994 Newsletter

EMSA August 1994 (Volume IV, No. 3)

The New Equine Liability Statutes, Equestrian Helmet Campaign Meeting, Update on New York State Horse-Related Deaths, North Carolina Medical Examiner Reports 1983-1992: Horse-Related Deaths

August 1995 Newsletter

EMSA August 1995 (Volume V, No. 3)

Cervical Fracture in Horseback Riding, Heat Illness, Horseback Riding-Related Traumatic Brain Injuries, NEISS Total Injured in Recreational Sports, NSC Accident Facts: 1994 Edition, The Development of Competency Guidelines, Competency Guidelines: A Job for the 21st Century?

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