Disaster and emergency medicine on-line research repository: A retrospective review

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Ranse J, Lenson S. (2013). Disaster and emergency medicine on-line research repository: A retrospective review; paper presented at the 18th World Congress on Disaster and Emergency Medicine, Manchester, UK, May.

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    1. 1. DISASTER AND EMERGENCY MEDICINEONLINE RESEARCH REPOSITORY:A Retrospective ReviewJamie RanseUniversity of Canberra, AustraliaShane LensonAustralian Catholic University, Australiajamieranse.comtwitter.com/jamieranseyoutube.com/jamieranselinkedin.com/in/jamieranse
    2. 2. Background Increasing access online resources for information Open access journals Creation of an online Research Repository Launched in August 2012
    3. 3. Method Design Data collection Data analysis
    4. 4. Findings
    5. 5. Findings1. Perceptions of preparedness among nurses for disaster management in SaudiArabia2. Mass emergency preparedness of acute care services in Oman and New Zealand:an international comparative analysis3. Occupational stress among emergency department nurses in Saudi Arabia4. Simulation education and Papua New Guinea nurses’ decision making in chest pain‐management5. An analysis of the triage system in emergency departments in Indonesia6. Understanding the willingness of emergency nurses to respond to a health caredisaster7. Identifying the need for first responder training for national guardsmen8. Coordination of national and international health response after natural disaster9. Study of Czech Republic EMS preparedness: large number of injuries and casualties- bus accident10.What are the research needs for the field of disaster nursing in the next five years?An international Delphi study
    6. 6. Findings
    7. 7. Discussion Repository is being viewed and used Could be enhanced Benefits of openly submitting research summaries Collaboration Networking Sharing
    8. 8. DISASTER AND EMERGENCY MEDICINEONLINE RESEARCH REPOSITORY:A Retrospective ReviewJamie RanseUniversity of Canberra, AustraliaShane LensonAustralian Catholic University, Australiajamieranse.comtwitter.com/jamieranseyoutube.com/jamieranselinkedin.com/in/jamieranse

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