This paper forms part of a larger research agenda focusing on research regarding triage by a first aider or a first responder (i.e., non-health care professionals) in the mass [...]
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Dr Jamie Ranse presented at the 4th International Conference for Mass Gathering Medicine in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. The focus of this presentation related to the impact of the 2018 [...]
The key findings from the paper 'Emergency health care delivery for young adults during a planned mass gathering: A retrospective observational study' were featured in the Gold Coast Bulletin. [...]
Shirley (Yunjing) Qiu graduated from Griffith University with a Bachelor of Nursing (Honours) First Class in 2019. Today she presented her work at the Australasian College for Emergency Medicine, [...]
Griffith University was host to the inaugural stakeholder forum for the Mass Gathering Collaboration. The event was attended by people from a variety of disciplines and organisations. The event [...]
This paper forms part of a larger research agenda focusing on research regarding 'Schoolies', the impact of 'Schoolies' on emergency health services, and strategies to provide adequate care [...]
Congratulations to Dr Jamie Ranse on receiving competitive research funding from the Australian Research Council, exploring the impact of Mass Gatherings on ambulance and emergency department services. Mass gathering events occur [...]
The Gold Coast Public Health Unit has published a summary report relating to the planning and response to the 2018 Commonwealth Games. The introduction to this report reads: The [...]