Dear Biomch-L readers,

The following notice is Xposted from the HSPNET-L list, as
Biomechanics is increasingly called upon in a forensic context.

Herman J. Woltring, Eindhoven/NL

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Date: Thu, 9 Jan 1992 06:39:42 EST
Subject: Request for Assistance
Sender: Hospital Computer Network Discussion Group and Data Base

Comments: Originally-From: (Peter Anderson)


I am forwarding a request on behalf of Graeme Johnstone, Coroner,
in Australia. I would be grateful if you could distribute it for
us (...).

Peter Anderson, Centre for International Research on Communication
and Information Technologies, S. Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.

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Research is being undertaken in Victoria, Australia, on
Coronial/Medical Examiner Data Bases and Information Systems,
especially those that record in accessible form factual and/or
Medical information (including Coroners Findings and Recommen-
dations) about deaths from violent and unnatural causes.

Information would be appreciated on Systems either National or
Local being currently developed or in operation.

Please send information to Graeme Johnstone, Coroner,
Broadmeadows Magistrates' Court, Dimboola, Broadmeadows 3047,
Victoria, Australia. Tel:61-3-309-1555; Fax:61-3-309-4686.

Electronic mail responses can be sent to Peter Anderson at or