WADEM Congress on Disaster and Emergency Medicine 7-10 May 2019 Brisbane, Australia

Posters - Thursday 9 May

Tuesday 7 May Wednesday 8 May Thursday 9 May
Poster Board Paper Title
3 Train Related Injuries: Growing Concern in Developing Countries and Five-year Experience at Level-1 Trauma Center in India
Dr. Dinesh Bagaria
4 Identification of Preventable Death and Severe Complications in Train Crashes in Rural and Cold Environment Using a Simulation-Based Model
Mr. Jonas Aléx
5 A Registry Software for Road Traffic Injury Patients at Apex Trauma Centre in India - An Innovation
Dr. Gaurav Kaushik
6 A Study to Determine the Nature and Risk Factors for Road Traffic Injuries
Mrs. Harvinder kaur Vaid
7 Weaknesses and Capacities Affecting the Prehospital Emergency Care for Victims of Road Traffic Incidents in the Greater Kampala Metropolitan Area: A Cross-Sectional Study
Dr. Joseph Kimuli Balikuddembe
8 The Efficacy of Blood Lactate on Predicting the Prognosis of Patients with Multiple Trauma
Miss Di Hao
9 Putting the Theoretical to Practical Use
Dr. Eli Jaffe
11 Critical Care Specific Medical Materials Preparedness in the Emergency Department for Mass Shooting Disasters
Dr. Stephen Morris
12 Focused Ultrasound - Applications and Implications for Education
Mr. Cameron Moore
13 Lack of Prioritization Causes Extended Time to Assessment of Severely Injured Trauma Patients in a Resource-Scarce Emergency Department
Dr. Maria Lampi
15 Management of Dead in Mass Disasters: A Review of Sri Lankan Perspectives since 2004
Dr. Clifford Perera
16 Disaster Preparedness and Management in Pakistan: A Systematic Review
Dr. Sana  Shahbaz
17 Deuce and a Half with a Twist: Repurposing Old Technology to Save Lives in Swiftwater Rescue during Urban and Small Stream Flash Flooding
Dr. Sonia Jaslow
18 Needs of Family Survivors of Floods in Molepolole, Botswana
Dr. Dorcas Basetsana Maripe-perera
19 Medical Measurement Against the Mega-Disaster: The Necessity of Systematization of the Disaster Medicine or the Disaster Medicine Compendium
Dr. Yoshikura Haraguchi
20 Pediatric Outpatient/Urgent-Care Emergency and Disaster Planning
Dr. Michael Frogel
21 Disaster Medical Management of Pediatric and Perinatal Disaster Medical Liaison (PPDML) for Children and Pregnant Women in Osaka, Japan
Mr. Shinsuke Furuya
22 To Sedate or Not to Sedate? Lessons Learned from a Novel Pediatric Simulation-Based Training Curriculum for Procedural Sedation Privileges in Acute Care Pediatricians
Dr. Beverley Robin
23 Improving Emergency Preparedness among Children with Special Health Care Needs in a Pediatric Infant Disease Clinic
Dr. Sukhshant Atti
24 Study of Guardians' Recognition of Children's Safety After a Disaster
Prof. Hiromi Kawasaki
26 An Emergency Medical Triage Tool for Swiftwater Rescue
Dr. David Jaslow
27 Working Together to Develop Best Practice: Rescue Operations in Confined Settings
Ms. Sofia Karlsson
28 Evaluating Full-Scale Exercises to Optimize Patient Outcome in an Underground Mine
Dr. Lina Gyllencreutz
29 Developing Collaboration Quality Indicators for Major Incidents in an Underground Mine
Dr. Lina Gyllencreutz
30 A Sense of Trust, the Norwegian Way of Improving Medical On-Scene Managing Major Tunnel Incidents: An Interview Study
Mr. Johan Hylander
31 Rescue Operations in Underground Mines: Caring for Patients in a Challenging Environment
Ms. Sofia Karlsson
32 Developing a Knowledge Program for Large Scale Prehospital Assistance During Disasters and Big Incidents
Dr. Will Van Roessel
33 A Workplace-Based Observation Strategy to Assess Prehospital Care Delivery by Public Ambulances in Ukraine
Mr. Stanislav Gaievskyi
34 Analysis of Emergency Situations in the Russian Federation
Prof. Sergei Aleksanin
35 Disaster and Mass Casualty Incident Responses by Doctor Car
Dr. Masamune Kuno
36 The Problems on Your Desk: A Research Study to Define and Describe Paramedic Practice in Canada
Dr. Ron Bowles
37 Development of Trauma and Disaster Response in Togo, Africa
Dr. Odeda Benin-Goren
38 Emergency Ambulance Dispatch and Drive Times:  An Analysis of Prehospital Vehicular Response in the Kingdom of Bhutan
Dr. Charles  Mize
39 Concerns for Small Hospitals in Rationalising Trauma Services: How Do We Ensure Enhanced Patient Services in Rural Areas
Dr. Michael Molloy
40 The 25 Years of Experience Since Inauguration of All-Russian Center for Disaster Medicine "Zaschia" (Protection)
Mr. Gennady Kipor
41 Using Security Guards and Civil Volunteers as First Responders in Medical Emergency Response: Tasks, Needs, and Challenges
Prof. Sofie Pilemalm
42 The Birth and Growth of the National Ambulance Service in Ghana
Mr. Mawuli Kingsley
43 Risk Mapping of Road Traffic Incidents in Greater Kampala Metropolitan Area for Planning of Emergency Medical Services
Dr. Joseph Kimuli Balikuddembe
44 Comparison of the Effects of Sacco and START Triage Methods in the Death Risk Assessment of Mass Trauma Patients after Earthquake
Miss Wang Aoyu
45 Triage Problem Among the Ambulance Crew (Paramedic) in Japan
Dr. Keiji Nakata
46 Experience of Activation of the J-SPEED(MDS) in Japan
Dr. Tatsuhiko Kubo
48 A Novel Strategy to MCI Management
Dr. Yun-Kuan Lin
49 Incident Command Adaptations during Sustained Mega-Shelter Medical Clinic Operations during 2017 Hurricane Harvey Response in Dallas, Texas
Dr. E. Liang Liu
51 Medical Activity Training using SDF Ship at Wide Area Disaster
Dr. Seiji Mimura
52 Low-Cost High-Efficiency Joint Training Program
Ms. Emmanuelle St-Arnaud
53 An Integral Hospital Response Protocol for Emergencies and Disasters from the Emergency Department
Prof. Elisa Saleme
54 The Advanced Practice Provider in Federal Disaster Medical Response: An American Experience
Ms. Erin Lennon
55 The Experience of Using Informational SysteMs. to Improve the ACLS Process Optimization in the Emergency Department
Dr. Pei Fang Lai
57 Establishment of Research Model on the Correlation Between Psychological Stress Intensity and Personality in Nursing Students Under Different Pressure Sources
Miss Xu Lei
58 Awareness, Perspective, and Reasons Behind Patients' Rejection of Emergency Medical Services in Thailand
Mr. Teera Sirisamutr
59 Availability of Essential Medical Equipment for Prehospital Trauma Care on Public Ambulances in Ukraine
Mr. Stanislav Gaievskyi
60 A Pilot Investigation of the Effect of Transport-Related Factors on Care Quality in a Moving Ambulance
Dr. Maria Lampi
62 The Role of Emergency Medical Team: Experience Acute Response in  Earthquakes and Tsunami at Palu, Central Sulawesi, Indonesia, 2018
Dr. Handoyo Pramusinto
63 The Experience of a Mass Casualty Incident Call in a Tertiary Hospital after the 2018 Hualien Earthquake 
Ms. Hsing Chia Cheng
64 2018 Natural Disaster Response in Japan
Dr. Hisayoshi Kondo
65 Utilization of the Multi-Pathogen Approach in an Online Program for Prehospital Responders in High Consequence Infectious Diseases
Dr. J Lee Jenkins
66 Evidence for Residual Immunity to Smallpox After Vaccination
Miss Mohana Kunasekaran
67 Innovating Disaster Health and Medical Emergency Responses for an Emerging Global Threat
Dr. Gerard A Finnigan
68 Disaster Preparedness Technician = Striking Cost Savings
Ms. Jasmine Dexter
69 Pharmaceutical Prescribing Patterns and Costs During Hurricane Harvey Shelter Operations in Dallas, Texas
Dr.. E. Liang Liu
70 Are Australian Pharmacists Willing to Work in a Disaster?
Ms. Elizabeth McCourt
71 Pharmaceutical Relief Activities at Western Japan Torrential Rain Disaster
Prof. Takashi Egawa
72 Evolution of United States Legislation to Facilitate Bystander Response to Opioid Overdose
Dr. James Fletcher
73 Blockchain Technology for Disaster and Refugee Relief Operations
Dr. Joseph McIsaac
74 The Human Disaster and the Urgency of the Intersetorial Join Between Public Social Policies: Lives that are Lost and Stories that Repeat Themselves
A/Prof. Maria Isabel Barros Bellini
75 Implementing Guidelines for Ambulance Services
Dr. Peter Berggren
76 From Yokohama, Hyogo, and Sendai to the World: The Global Legacy of Kobe
Prof. Frank Archer
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  • Abstracts Close 26 November 2018
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