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Original articles 
Greig P, Gorman D, Drewry A, Gamble G. The predictive power of initial fitness-to-dive certification procedures for occupational divers in New Zealand. SPUMS Journal. 2003;33:182-187.
Davis FM. An element of doubt: four divers with acute neurological problems. SPUMS Journal. 2003;33:187-191.
SPUMS Annual Scientific Meeting 2002
Lippmann J. First aid oxygen administration for diver. SPUMS Journal. 2003;33:192-198.
SPUMS Annual Scientific Meeting 2003
Gorman D. An essay on the hazards of human life in the ocean. SPUMS Journal. 2003;33:199-202.
Richardson D. Taking ‘tec’ to ‘rec’: the future of technical diving. SPUMS Journal. 2003;33:202-205.
Children and diving
Edmonds C. Children and diving: a review of SPUMS articles. SPUMS Journal. 2003;33:206-211.
Vandenhoven G. Replies to: Children and diving: a review of SPUMS articles. SPUMS Journal. 2003;33:211-212.
Richardson D. Replies to: Children and diving: a review of SPUMS articles. SPUMS Journal. 2003;33:212-213.
Letters to the Editor
Klingmann C. Isolated inner ear decompression illness. SPUMS Journal. 2003;33:228.
McKie N. Breath-hold diving – yet another record. SPUMS Journal. 2003;33:230.

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