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The realities of assisting in a disaster: An Australian perspective

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Ranse J. (2015). The realities of assisting in a disaster: An Australian perspective; presentation to Student and Faculty staff of the University of Santo Tomas, Philippines, Canberra, ACT, 3rd June.

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The realities of assisting in a disaster: An Australian perspective

  1. 1. The realities of assisting in a disaster: An Australian perspective Jamie Ranse Assistant Professor University of Canberra www.jamieranse.com twitter.com/jamieranse youtube.com/jamieranse linkedin.com/in/jamieranse
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  13. 13. INTERNATIONAL
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  15. 15. HEALTH-AFFECTED DISASTER?
  16. 16. WILL YOU ASSIST? Arbon P, Cusack, L, Ranse J, Shaban R, Considine J, Kako M, Woodman R, Mitchell B, Bahnisch L, Hammad K. (2013). Exploring staff willingness to attend work during a disaster: a study of nurses employed in four Australian emergency departments. Australasian Emergency Nursing Journal.16(3):103-109 Arbon P, Ranse J, Cusack L, Considine J, Shaban R, Woodman R, Bahnisch L, Kako M, Hammad K, Mitchell B. (2013). Australasian emergency nurses’ willingness to attend work in a disaster: A survey. Australasian Emergency Nursing Journal. 16(2):52-57.
  17. 17. Arbon P, Cusack, L, Ranse J, Shaban R, Considine J, Kako M, Woodman R, Mitchell B, Bahnisch L, Hammad K. (2013). Exploring staff willingness to attend work during a disaster: a study of nurses employed in four Australian emergency departments. Australasian Emergency Nursing Journal.16(3):103-109
  18. 18. EDUCATION-PRACTICE MISMATCH Ranse J, Lenson S, Aimers B. (2010). Black Saturday and the Victorian Bushfires of February 2009: A descriptive survey of nurses who assisted in the pre-hospital setting. Collegian. 17(4):153-159
  19. 19. Community and public health response Pre-hospital response Hospital response Disaster triage Sustainability Disaster exercises Incident systems Nursing role in disaster Communications Techniques Management of the dead and dying Disaster plans Role of other organisations in disaster response Mental health in relation to disasters Populations with specific needs Types of disasters Examples of disasters Health effects of disasters Ranse J, Shaban R, Considine J, Hammad K, Arbon P, Mitchell B, Lenson S. (2013). Disaster content in Australian tertiary postgraduate emergency nursing courses: A survey. Australasian Emergency Nursing Journal. 16(2):58-63.
  20. 20. WHAT WILL YOUR ROLE BE?
  21. 21. Ranse J, Lenson S. (2012). Beyond a clinical role: Nurses were psychosocial supporters, coordinators and problem solvers in the Black Saturday and Victorian bushfires in 2009. Australasian Emergency Nursing Journal. 15(3):156-163.
  22. 22. LEADERSHIP AND TEAMWORK Ranse J, Hutton A, Wilson R, Usher K. (2015). Leadership opportunities for mental health nurses in the field of disaster preparation, response and recovery. Issues in Mental Health Nursing. [accepted] Filmer L, Ranse J. (2013) Who is my leader? Lessons from a hospital disaster drill in a less developed country. Australasian Emergency Nursing Journal. 16(4)170-174.
  23. 23. 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160 180 Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Day PresentationFrequency Total Influenza Presentations Mean Influenza Presentations Mean Total Presentations Mean Total Presentations - Excluding Influenza surge capacity? Ranse J, Lenson S, Luther M, Xaio L. (2010). H1N1 2009 influenza (human swine influenza): A descriptive study of the response of an influenza assessment clinic collaborating with an emergency department in Australia. Australasian Emergency Nursing Journal. 13(3):46-52.
  24. 24. Ranse J, Zeitz K. (2010). Chapter 5: Disaster Triage in Power R, Daily E (eds). International Disaster Nursing. World Association of Disaster and Emergency Medicine with Cambridge Press. pp:57-79. triage
  25. 25. Ranse J, Zeitz K. (2010). Chapter 5: Disaster Triage in Power R, Daily E (eds). International Disaster Nursing. World Association of Disaster and Emergency Medicine with Cambridge Press. pp:57-79. triage
  26. 26. Cusack L, Arbon P, Ranse J. (2010). What is the role of nursing students and faculties of nursing during disasters and emergencies? A discussion paper. Collegian. 17(4):193- 197
  27. 27. DON’T BE A DISASTER TOURIST WHAT NEXT? Ranse J, Hutton A, Jeeawody B, Wilson R. (2014). What are the research needs for the field of disaster nursing in the next five years? An international Delphi study. Prehospital Disaster Medicine. 29(5):1-7.
  28. 28. The realities of assisting in a disaster: An Australian perspective Jamie Ranse Assistant Professor University of Canberra www.jamieranse.com twitter.com/jamieranse youtube.com/jamieranse linkedin.com/in/jamieranse

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