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Planning and assessment approaches towards disaster resilient hospitals: A systematic literature review

Ali, H.M., Desha, C., Ranse, J. and Roiko, A., 2021. Planning and assessment approaches towards disaster resilient hospitals: A systematic literature review. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, p.102319.
 


Disaster education for Australian nursing students: An integrative review of published literature to inform curricula

Ituma, O.W., Ranse, J., Bail, K. and Hutton, A., 2021. Disaster education for Australian nursing students: An integrative review of published literature to inform curricula. Collegian.
 


Medical students as simulation educators: students’ experience of a 7-week simulation-based education rotation

Brazil, V., Caughley, M., Middleton, L., Powell, G. and Alsaba, N., 2021. Medical students as simulation educators: students’ experience of a 7-week simulation-based education rotation. BMJ Simulation and Technology Enhanced Learning, 7(2).
 


Is Test-Enhanced Learning the Key to Improving Laparoscopic Box Trainer Simulation Training?.

Lowe, B., Ng, J., Jordan, S., Angstetra, D. and Brazil, V., 2021, May. Is Test-Enhanced Learning the Key to Improving Laparoscopic Box Trainer Simulation Training?. In AUSTRALIAN & NEW ZEALAND JOURNAL OF OBSTETRICS & GYNAECOLOGY (Vol. 61, pp. 10-10). 111 RIVER ST, HOBOKEN 07030-5774, NJ USA: WILEY.
 


Resuscitation in Paediatric Sepsis Using Metabolic Resuscitation–A Randomized Controlled Pilot Study in the Paediatric Intensive Care Unit (RESPOND PICU): Study Protocol and Analysis Plan

Schlapbach, L.J., Gibbons, K., Ridolfi, R., Harley, A., Cree, M., Long, D., Buckley, D., Erickson, S., Festa, M., George, S. and King, M., 2021. the RESPOND PICU study investigators and the Australian New Zealand Intensive Care Society Paediatric Study Group (ANZICS PSG)(2021) Resuscitation in Paediatric Sepsis Using Metabolic Resuscitation–A Randomized Controlled Pilot Study in the Paediatric Intensive Care Unit (RESPOND PICU): Study Protocol and Analysis Plan. Front Paediatric. 9: 663435
 


Identifying ‘at-risk’ critically ill patients who present to the emergency department and require intensive care unit admission: A retrospective observational cohort study

Crilly, J., Sweeny, A., O'Dwyer, J., Richards, B., Green, D. and Marshall, A.P., 2021. Identifying ‘at-risk’ critically ill patients who present to the emergency department and require intensive care unit admission: A retrospective observational cohort study. Australian Critical Care, 34(3), pp.195-203.
 


Disaster preparedness: A concept analysis and its application to the intensive care unit

Sellers, D., Crilly, J. and Ranse, J., 2021. Disaster preparedness: A concept analysis and its application to the intensive care unit. Australian Critical Care.
 


Structures, processes and outcomes of health care for people detained in short-term police custody settings: A scoping review

Wardrop, R., Ranse, J., Chaboyer, W. and Crilly, J., 2021. Structures, processes and outcomes of health care for people detained in short-term police custody settings: A scoping review. Journal of Forensic and Legal Medicine, p.102198.
 


Pregabalin versus placebo to prevent chronic pain after whiplash injury in at-risk individuals: results of a feasibility study for a large randomised controlled trial

Nikles, J., Keijzers, G., Mitchell, G., Farrell, S.F., Perez, S., Schug, S., Ware, R.S., McLean, S.A., Connelly, L.B. and Sterling, M., 2021. Pregabalin versus placebo to prevent chronic pain after whiplash injury in at-risk individuals: results of a feasibility study for a large randomised controlled trial. Pain.
 


Voluntary assisted dying in Victoria: Why knowing the law matters to nurses

Hewitt, J., White, B., Villar, K.D., Willmott, L., Greaves, L.L. and Meehan, R., 2021. Voluntary assisted dying in Victoria: Why knowing the law matters to nurses. Nursing ethics, 28(2), pp.221-229.
 



Last updated 26 Apr 2019