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

Posters - Wednesday 8 May

Tuesday 7 May Wednesday 8 May Thursday 9 May
Poster Board Paper Title
2 Mortality at Music Festivals
Ms. Tracie Jones
3 Who Revisits Medical Services at a Music Festival?
Dr. Matthew Brendan Munn
4 How to Shorten the Rescue Time in Marathon by Using BLE Communication Devices: A New Study for the EMS System in Taiwan
Dr. Kuo-song Chang
6 Measuring the Masses: Guidelines for Publication of Case Reports on Mass Gatherings
Dr. Sheila Turris
7 Does Medical Presence Decrease the Perceived Risk of Substance-Related Harm at Music Festivals?
Dr. Matthew Brendan Munn
8 Perspective of an Academic Consortium for Preparedness of Emergency/Disaster Medical Response during 2020 Tokyo Olympic/Paralympic Games
Prof. Naoto Morimura
9 Developing a Public Health Risk Assessment Toolkit for Mass Gatherings and Trialling for an International Multi-Sport Mass Gathering Event
Ms. Ellen Bloomer
10 Health Care Provision during a Sporting Mass Gathering: A Structure and Process Description of On-Site Care Delivery
Dr. Amy Johnston
11 Emergency Response Training Program for Theme Parks: Experiences of Taiwan
Dr. Yawen Hsiau
12 Happy New Year! Do New Year's Eve Festivities Influence the Workload of the Emergency Department of an Urban Hospital?
Dr. Annelies Scholliers
13 Environmental Factors at Mass-Gathering Events: Considerations for Health Research and Evaluation
Prof. Alison Hutton
14 Environmental Factors at Mass Gathering Events: Considerations for Health Research and Evaluation
Prof. Alison Hutton
15 Behavioral Health Resource Utilization of Emergency Department Patients Presenting from Mass Gathering Events
Dr. Charles Hebert
16 The Impact of the New European Union General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) on Data Collection at Mass Gatherings
Dr. Annelies Scholliers
17 Mass Gatherings and Youth Peer Volunteerism
Ms.. Nadia Lund
18 Core Curriculum for Event Medical Leaders
Dr. Adam Lund
19 Uniform Guideline on Risk Characterization for Approval of Mass Gatherings
Mr. Vincent Pot
20 Assessing the Efficacy of a One-day Structured Induction Program in Orienting Clinical Staff to a Novel Prehospital Medical Deployment Model
Ms. Crystal Gao
21 Using Clinically Based Vignettes to Further Develop a Mass Gathering Triage Tool
Dr. Jamie Ranse
22 An Introduction to Coastal Wilderness Medicine: BEACCHEs
Dr. Upuli Pahalawatta
23 Evaluation of Published Expedition Medical Resources Compared with Treatment Protocol Recommended Medical Resources for Injuries and Illnesses Encountered on Expeditions
A/Prof. David Heslop
24 Susceptibility of Host Immunity to Infectious Diseases in the Spacecraft Environment
Miss Vienna Tran
25 First Aid Management of Hypothermia and Cold Injuries
Dr. Rowena Christiansen
26 A Systematic Review of Earthquake-Related Head Injuries
Dr. Yutaka Igarashi
27 Using the Patient Data in the Hualien Earthquake to Analyze the Reasons of Visit, the Trauma Injury Sites, and the Severity
Ms. Hsing Chia Cheng
28 Survey on the Disaster Prevention System in Rural Areas and Isolated Islands: Preparing for the Nankai Trough Earthquake
Dr. Takamitsu Kodama
29 Who Can Evaluate the Safety of a Hospital Building Just After a Great Earthquake?
Prof. Junko Ikeuchi
30 A Pilot Study of Surge Capacity in the Metropolitan Area of South Korea
Prof. Young-hoon Yoon
31 Comparison of Traumatic Brain Injury Patients by Age Group in Emergency Department
Dr. Kwang-Real  Huh
32 Current Status of the Japanese Disaster Medical Record
Miss Kayako Chishima
33 The Core Concepts of an Integrated Information System for Disaster Medical Assistance Teams: Ten-Year Experience in Taiwan
Dr. Chih Hsien Wu
34 Introduction of Japanese Association of Disaster Medicine (JADM) Disaster Medical Coordination Support Team
Mr. Yoshiki Toyokuni
36 Health Needs Assessment in Disasters by Emergency Medical Teams in the ASEAN Region
Mr. Yosuke Takada
37 Let's Rock and Roll Baby! Strengthening Skills to Deliver Basic Obstetric Care in Sudden Onset Disasters
Ms. Kass Jane
38 Preparing for Disaster: Behind the Scenes of Maintaining and Deploying an Emergency Medical Team...Equipped. Prepared. Ready.
Mr. Matthew Schobben
39 Regional Engagement Program: Supporting Local Leadership and Building Local Skills and Knowledge in Order to Develop a Systematic Approach to Disaster Medical Management
Ms. Lisa Vermeulen
40 Immunization Readiness of a Deploying Emergency Medical Team
Ms. Melanie Morrow
41 Transformative Surgical Team Training
Mrs. Amanda Gill
42 Needs of Patients in the Triage Category "Expectant" in Prehospital Disaster Settings: A Survey Among German Medical Incident Commanders and Palliative Care Physicians
Dr. Gerald Ripberger
43 Establishment of Palliative and End-of-Life Care Services in Sri Lanka
Dr. Clifford Perera
44 Investigation of the Relationship Between Disaster Experiences and Disaster Measures: Potential for Specific Measures Against Disasters
Ms. Hazuki Shintaku
45 Neuropsychiatric Manifestations of Wildfire Exposure
Dr. Sohail Mohammad
47 Description Analysis of Primary Care Issues in Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria: Results from Federal Medical Shelter Manati
A/Prof. Arnab Ghosh
48 Description of Disaster Forms Usage in Health Cluster in Lombok and Palu Earthquake
Miss Madelina Ariani
49 Development and Initial Validation of a Stochastic Discrete Event Simulation to Assess Disaster Preparedness
Mr. Mattias Lantz Cronqvist
50 Using the Past to Prepare for the Future: A 2018 Pilot Study to Improve the Hospital Response for Mass Casualties via a Multi-Dimensional Approach
A/Prof. George W. Contreras
51 Resilience Training of Regional Medical Command and Control
Mrs. Jenny Pettersson
52 Unexpected Lessons from a Mass Casualty Simulation: Strategies for Management of the Minimally Injured Can Increase Efficiency and Decrease Chaos
Dr. Joseph McIsaac
53 Development of an Active Learning Program for a Community Utilizing a Scenario Participating as Simulated Rescuers and Sufferers in an Earthquake Prone Area of Japan
Dr. Taichi Takeda
54 One Hospital's Timeline for In-Hospital Vertical Evacuation during a Flood Disaster
Ms. Megumi Iwasaki
55 Tabletop Simulation Exercise of Critically Ill Patient Evacuation from a Hospital Fire
Ms. Jiyoung Noh
56 Low-Cost Tabletop Simulation for Disaster Triage
Dr. Joseph  Bonney
57 Learning Effects of Cross Road Game using a Clicker-Nano System
Ms. Satoko Mitani
58 Application of Game-Based Learning in the Teaching Process of Disaster Medicine for Medical Students
Dr. Hai Hu
59 The Effect of Emergency Department Expansion on Emergency Department Patient Flow
Prof. Min Joung Kim
60 Enhancing the Effectiveness of Disaster Simulations Through Contemporary Simulation Design and Technology
Dr. Sarah McNamee
61 Development and Effect of a Pandemic Disaster Training Program for Healthcare Providers from Designated Hospitals for Infectious Patient
Ms. Jiyoung Noh
62 Pharmaceutical Services Preparedness of Military Units in an Institution of Brazilian Armed Forces
Prof. Elaine Silva Miranda
63 The Knowledge, Attitudes, and Practices of Search and Rescue Teams of Sri Lanka Army Regarding Search and Rescue as a Response to Disasters
Dr. Saminda Kumara
64 The Effects of Current Cold Chain Management Equipment in Controlling the Temperature of Pharmaceutical Stores in an Australian Defence Force Exercise Environment
Ms. Liz Daly
65 A Comparison of Two Types of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Doffing Process: Frequency and Sites of Contamination
Mrs. You Jian-ping
66 Study on the Effectiveness Evaluation of Personal Protective Equipment for Health Care Staff Trained with Graphical Interpretation and Operation
Mrs. Yang Sha
67 Comparing Training Techniques in Chemical Disaster Preparedness
Dr. Richard Salway
68 The System of Disaster Dispatch Team Corresponding to the Nuclear Disaster of Nagasaki University
Dr. Yoshihiro Nozaki
69 Radiation: Preparing for the Glow That You Can't See
Dr. Kelly Klein
71 Assessment of Emergency Medical Rescue Ability of Secondary and Tertiary Hospitals in One City Responding to the Risk of Production and Storage of Hazardous Chemicals
Dr. Xu Hu
72 Issues of Which Organization is Responsible for Hospital Evacuation in Nuclear Disasters
Dr. Masaru Ogasawara
73 Chemical Response Emergency Medical Information System in Chemical Disaster
Mr. Soon-Joo Wang
74 A Study on the Process of Donning and Doffing Personal Protective Equipment of Health Care Workers (HCWs) in China
Miss Luo Hong-Xia
75 Impact Scale for the Continuity of Care in Contingency Management Situations: Operationalization of the Crisis Standards of Care
Mr. Roel Geene
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  • Abstracts Close 26 November 2018
  • Presenters Notified 20 December 2018
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  • WADEM Congress 2019 7-10 May 2019