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How is ambulance patient care and response time data collected and reported in Malaysia and Indonesia?

Hooper, C., Ranse, J. and Hutton, A., 2019. How is ambulance patient care and response time data collected and reported in Malaysia and Indonesia?. Australasian Journal of Paramedicine, 16.
 


Does Medical Presence Decrease the Perceived Risk of Substance-Related Harm at Music Festivals?

Munn, M.B., White, M.S., Hutton, A., Turris, S., Rabb, H., Lund, A. and Ranse, J., 2019. Does Medical Presence Decrease the Perceived Risk of Substance-Related Harm at Music Festivals?–CORRIGENDUM. Prehospital and disaster medicine, 34(4), pp.460-460.


Key occupational stressors in the ED: an international comparison.

Greenslade, J.H., Wallis, M., Johnston, A.N., Carlström, E., Wilhelms, D.B. and Crilly, J., 2019. Key occupational stressors in the ED: an international comparison. Emergency Medicine Journal, pp.emermed-2018. 

 


Environmental Influences on Patient Presentations: Considerations for Research and Evaluation at Mass-Gathering Events

Hutton, A., Ranse, J., Gray, K.L., Turris, S.A., Lund, A. and Munn, M.B., 2019. Environmental Influences on Patient Presentations: Considerations for Research and Evaluation at Mass-Gathering Events. Prehospital and disaster medicine, pp.1-5.


A structure and process evaluation of a police Watch House Emergency Nurse (WHEN) model of care

Crilly, J., Polong-Brown, J., Lincoln, C., Timms, J., Becker, K., Scuffham, P., Van Buuren, N., Fisher, A., Murphy, D. and Green, D., 2019. A structure and process evaluation of a police Watch House Emergency Nurse (WHEN) model of care. International emergency nursing, p.100790. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ienj.2019.100790


Frequency and location of mass gathering events in relation to emergency departments: a descriptive study

Hutton, A., Ranse, J., Lipscomb, R., Rabb, H., Crilly, J. and Hutton, G., 2019. Frequency and location of mass gathering events in relation to emergency departments: a descriptive study. Australasian Journal of Paramedicine, 16. 


Key occupational stressors in the ED: an international comparison

Greenslade, J.H., Wallis, M., Johnston, A.N., Carlström, E., Wilhelms, D.B. and Crilly, J., 2019. Key occupational stressors in the ED: an international comparison. Emergency Medicine Journal, pp.emermed-2018.  


Interventions for people presenting to emergency departments with a mental health problem: A systematic scoping review

Johnston, A.N., Spencer, M., Wallis, M., Kinner, S.A., Broadbent, M., Young, J.T., Heffernan, E., Fitzgerald, G., Bosley, E., Keijzers, G. and Scuffham, P., 2019. Interventions for people presenting to emergency departments with a mental health problem: A systematic scoping review. Emergency Medicine Australasia, 31(5), pp.715-729.


Connecting simulation and quality improvement: how can healthcare simulation really improve patient care?

Brazil, V., Purdy, E.I. and Bajaj, K., 2019. Connecting simulation and quality improvement: how can healthcare simulation really improve patient care?.
 


‘Live Die Repeat’ simulation for medical students

Brazil, V., Shaghaghi, S. and Alsaba, N., 2019. ‘Live Die Repeat’ simulation for medical students. BMJ Simulation and Technology Enhanced Learning, pp.bmjstel-2019.
 



Last updated 26 Apr 2019