The Rollcage Medic website is for doctors, nurses, paramedics and other motorsport rescue professionals.
The aims of the Rollcage Medic website are:
- To connect the motor sport medical and rescue community.
- To provide up to date information on clinical, technical and regulatory developments in motor sports, especially where they affect medical and rescue services.
- To provide a forum for the discussion of opinions, raising of questions and sharing of experience between individuals and groups with an active interest in motor sports medicine and rescue.
Based in Australia, motor sport agencies and individuals with an interest in motorsport medicine from anywhere are welcome to join in.
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The Rollcage Medic site is designed and maintained by Matthew Mac Partlin, an Irish intensive care and emergency medicine specialist based in Sydney, NSW, Australia.
Matthew has been involved in motor sports medicine for over 15 years and is currently joint deputy chief medical officer with Rally Australia and a medical representative on the CAMS National Medical Advisory Council. He is also one of the founders and main authors on the Intensive Care Network website.
The reader is permitted to make use of the material contained on this site in a responsible manner.
However, please be aware that none of the material, or links, presented on this site constitutes medical advice and does not imply a therapeutic relationship nor duty of care. Any statements made on this site are solely the opinion of the person making the statement and do not necessarily reflect general opinion nor official guidelines. Neither do the views expressed on this blog and website necessarily have a relation to those of any academic, hospital, practice, agency or other institution with which the author may be affiliated.
The contributors to the Rollcage Medic site take no responsibility for outcomes that result from the application of any statement made on this site, as individual cases may differ for subtle reasons. If the reader or any other person has a medical concern, he or she should consult with an appropriately licensed physician or other health care worker.