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(Prehosp Disaster Med[TA]) articles in PubMed
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  • Rwanda's Model Prehospital Emergency Care Service: A Two-year Review of Patient Demographics and Injury Patterns in Kigali. [Journal Article]
  • Prehosp Disaster Med 2016 Sep 22; :1-7PD
  • Enumah S, Scott JW, … Jayaraman S
  • CONCLUSIONS: These data support the call for focused injury prevention strategies, some of which already are underway in Rwanda. Further research on care processes and clinical outcomes for injured patients may help identify avenues for improved care delivery. Enumah S , Scott JW , Maine R , Uwitonze E , Nyinawankusi JD , Riviello R , Byiringiro JC , Kabagema I , Jayaraman S . Rwanda's model prehospital emergency care service: a two-year review of patient demographics and injury patterns in Kigali. Prehosp Disaster Med. 2016;31(6):1-7.
  • An Observational Study Using English Syndromic Surveillance Data Collected During the 2012 London Olympics - What did Syndromic Surveillance Show and What Can We Learn for Future Mass-gathering Events? [Journal Article]
  • Prehosp Disaster Med 2016 Sep 19; :1-7PD
  • Todkill D, Hughes HE, … Smith G
  • CONCLUSIONS: Syndromic surveillance was able to provide near to real-time monitoring and could identify hourly changes in patterns of presentation during the London 2012 Olympic Games. Reassurance can be provided to planners of future mass-gathering events that there was no discernible impact in overall attendances to sentinel EDs or GP OOH services in the host country. The increase in attendances for alcohol-related causes during the opening ceremony, however, may provide an opportunity for future public health interventions. Todkill D , Hughes HE , Elliot AJ , Morbey RA , Edeghere O , Harcourt S , Hughes T , Endericks T , McCloskey B , Catchpole M , Ibbotson S , Smith G . An observational study using English syndromic surveillance data collected during the 2012 London Olympics - what did syndromic surveillance show and what can we learn for future mass-gathering events? Prehosp Disaster Med. 2016;31(6):1-7.
  • Disaster Impact on Impoverished Area of US: An Inter-Professional Mixed Method Study. [Journal Article]
  • Prehosp Disaster Med 2016 Sep 19; :1-10PD
  • Banks LH, Davenport LA, … Vazirani HM
  • CONCLUSIONS: Resilience is a foundational concept for disaster science. A model of resilience for the rural Appalachia community was developed to visually depict the encompassing element of community-based interventions that may enhance coping strategies, mitigate risk factors, integrate protective factors, and strengthen access. Community-based interventions are recommended to strengthen resilience, yielding improved outcomes of adaptation, health and wellness, and disaster readiness. Banks LH , Davenport LA , Hayes MH , McArthur MA , Toro SN , King CE , Vazirani HM . Disaster impact on impoverished area of US: an inter-professional mixed method study. Prehosp Disaster Med. 2016;31(6):1-10.
  • A Systematic Review of Health Outcomes Among Disaster and Humanitarian Responders. [Journal Article]
  • Prehosp Disaster Med 2016 Sep 19; :1-8PD
  • Garbern SC, Ebbeling LG, Bartels SA
  • CONCLUSIONS: The prevalence of mental health disorders in responders may vary more and be higher than previously suggested. Overall health outcomes of responders are likely poorly monitored and under-reported. Improved surveillance systems and risk mitigation strategies should be employed in all disaster and conflict responses to better protect individual responders. Garbern SC , Ebbeling LG , Bartels SA . A systematic review of health outcomes among disaster and humanitarian responders. Prehosp Disaster Med. 2016;31(6):1-8.
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