Jamie Ranse

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21 01, 2021

Novel respiratory viruses in the context of mass gathering events: A systematic review to inform event planning from a health perspective

2021-01-22T12:16:39+00:00

Dr Jamie Ranse was invited to speak at the Qatar Health 2021 conference on the topic of mass gathering events. This presentation focused on a review of the literature [...]

Novel respiratory viruses in the context of mass gathering events: A systematic review to inform event planning from a health perspective2021-01-22T12:16:39+00:00
7 12, 2020

Rethinking mass gathering domains for understanding patient presentations: A discussion paper

2020-12-07T21:18:18+00:00

Aim: The aim of this paper is to further develop an existing data model for mass-gathering health outcomes. Background: Mass-gathering events (MGEs) occur frequently throughout the world. Having an understanding of [...]

Rethinking mass gathering domains for understanding patient presentations: A discussion paper2020-12-07T21:18:18+00:00
9 06, 2020

Key considerations for mass gatherings in the context of the COVID-19 outbreak in the Western Pacific Region

2020-06-09T02:37:37+00:00

Dr Jamie Ranse has been providing consultancy services to the World Health Organization, Western Pacific Region. In this role, he made a significant contribution to contextualizing the World Health [...]

Key considerations for mass gatherings in the context of the COVID-19 outbreak in the Western Pacific Region2020-06-09T02:37:37+00:00
24 03, 2020

Drug and alcohol related patient presentations to emergency departments during sporting mass-gathering events: An integrative review

2020-12-07T21:17:37+00:00

This paper forms a portion of work undertaken by Catherine Delany as part of her Master of Emergency Nursing (Dissertation) degree at Griffith University. Catherine was supervised by Professor [...]

Drug and alcohol related patient presentations to emergency departments during sporting mass-gathering events: An integrative review2020-12-07T21:17:37+00:00
25 02, 2020

Evaluating the impact of the 2018 Commonwealth Games on emergency department presentations with communicable diseases

2020-06-09T02:14:14+00:00

This paper forms a portion of work undertaken by Yunjing (Shirley) Qiu as part of her Bachelor of Nursing (Honours) degree at Griffith University. Shirely was supervised by Professor [...]

Evaluating the impact of the 2018 Commonwealth Games on emergency department presentations with communicable diseases2020-06-09T02:14:14+00:00
23 02, 2020

The impact of mass gatherings on emergency department patient presentations with communicable diseases related to syndromic indicators: An integrative review.

2020-05-15T02:35:04+00:00

This paper forms a portion of work undertaken by Yunjing (Shirley) Qiu as part of her Bachelor of Nursing (Honours) degree at Griffith University. Shirely was supervised by Professor [...]

The impact of mass gatherings on emergency department patient presentations with communicable diseases related to syndromic indicators: An integrative review.2020-05-15T02:35:04+00:00
22 02, 2020

Psychosocial influences on patient presentations: Considerations for research and evaluation at mass-gathering events

2020-02-22T01:43:15+00:00

This paper forms part of a larger research agenda focusing on identifying factors that influence patient presentations from mass gathering events.   ABSTRACT Aim: This review discusses the need [...]

Psychosocial influences on patient presentations: Considerations for research and evaluation at mass-gathering events2020-02-22T01:43:15+00:00
15 02, 2020

Funding to explore the the management of uncomplicated acute alcohol intoxication

2020-05-15T04:05:28+00:00

Members of the Mass Gathering Collaboration have been successful in obtaining competitive research funding to explore the clinical management of patients presenting with alcohol intoxication without other obvious injury [...]

Funding to explore the the management of uncomplicated acute alcohol intoxication2020-05-15T04:05:28+00:00