Measuring the masses: A series of papers

//Measuring the masses: A series of papers

Dr Jamie Ranse was part of an international team that published a number of papers relating to mass gatherings. These papers focused on the need for consistency in the reporting of mass gathering events from a health perspective. These papers were published in a series in the journal Prehospital and Disaster Medicine. The various papers in this series are listed below.

REFERENCES
Lund A, Turris S, Rabb H, Munn MB, Chasmar E, Ranse J, Hutton A. (2021). Measuring the masses: mass gathering medical case reporting, conceptual modelling – The DREAM model (Paper 5). Prehospital and Disaster Medicine. Full-text article available here (PDF)

Turris S, Rabb H, Chasmar E, Munn MB, Callaghan CW, Hutton A, Ranse J, Lund A. (2021). Measuring the masses series: A proposed template for post-event medical reporting (Paper 4). Prehospital and Disaster Medicine. Full-text article available here (PDF)

Turris S, Lund A, Munn MB, Chasmar E, Rabb H, Callaghan CW, Ranse J, Hutton A. (2021). Measuring the masses series: Domains driving data collection and analysis for the health outcomes of mass gatherings (Paper 3). Prehospital and Disaster Medicine. Full-text article available here (PDF)

Turris S, Rabb H, Chasmar E, Callaghan CW, Ranse J, Lund A. (2021). Measuring the masses: Understanding health outcomes arising from mass gatherings, reporting gaps and recommendations (Paper 2). Prehospital and Disaster Medicine. Full-text article available here (PDF)

Turris S, Rabb H, Munn MB, Chasmar E, Callaghan CW, Ranse J, Lund A. (2021). Measuring the masses: The current state of mass gathering medical case reporting (Paper 1). Prehospital and Disaster Medicine. Full-text article available here (PDF)

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