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

Posters - Tuesday 7 May

Tuesday 7 May Wednesday 8 May Thursday 9 May
Poster Board Paper Title
3 Assessment of HEMS Teams Performance in Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest (OHCA)
Dr. Przemyslaw Gula
4 Sleep in Emergency Services Workers: What Do We Know and Why Does It Matter?
Prof. Sally Ferguson
5 Organohalogen Contamination in Vietnamese Women Electronic Waste Recyclers Living and Working in Rural Northern Vietnam
Dr. Jenevieve Kincaid
6 Human Factor and Disasters: Possible Equations
A/Prof. Maria Isabel Barros Bellini
7 Strategies to Decrease Nurses' Stress in a Federal Medical Station (FMS) Medical Needs Shelter in the US after a Hurricane Disaster
Ms. Montray Smith
8 Influenza Vaccine Uptake and Associated Factors in Aged Care Facilities
Miss Mohana Kunasekaran
10 Challenges in Dealing with Supervised and Institutionalized Populations in a Disaster
Dr. Sharon Mace
11 Discovering Best Practice Establishing Evacuation Centers for Vulnerable Populations: Findings from Australia and Japan
Dr. Mayumi  Kako
12 Living Condition Relating to Social Isolation and Suicidal Thoughts Over 65 Years Old Living in Prefabricated Temporary Housing After the Great East Japan Earthquake (GEJE)
Dr. Kanako Masuno
13 Caring for the Vulnerable Geriatric Individual in a Disaster
Dr. Sharon Mace
14 Gender-Based Violence After A Natural Disaster
Dr. Himabindu Reddy
15 The Incidence of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Among Healthcare Providers After the 2018 Taiwan Hualien Earthquake
Dr. Jen-Hao Nieh
16 Development and Challenges of Japan DMORT (Disaster Mortuary Operational Response Team) Association
Dr. Kazutoishi Kuboyama
17 Expand the Understanding of Response Roles: Who Really is First on Scene
Dr. Kelly Klein
18 Analysis of Disaster Psychiatric Assistant Team Activity During the Past Four Disasters in Japan
Dr. Sho Takahashi
19 Emergency Patients with Mental Crisis Accessing Emergency Medical Services in Thailand
Mrs. Porntip Wachiradilok
20 Leadership and Factors Enabled the "Group Allocation" which Preserved Pre-existing Local Social Ties in Prefabricated Temporary Housing After Great East Japan Earthquake (GEJE)
Dr. Kanako Masuno
21 Why Patients Refuse to Enroll in Hospital-Based Research: Perception of Patients Presenting to KATH Emergency Department
Dr. Joseph  Bonney 
22 Preparing Healthcare Professionals for Public Health Disaster Management
Dr. Regina Rigatto Witt
23 Disaster Education and Drills in Turkey: Do We Prepare Ourselves for Unexpected Disasters?
Mr. Volkan Ülker
24 How Antibiotic Resistance Impacts Responses to Public Health Emergencies and Strategies to Mitigate the Impacts
Ms. Kathrine Robnett
25 Mental Health Impacts on People Living in Subdivided Flats in Hong Kong
Ms. Angel W L Ng
26 Are We Ready for Bioterrorism? Health Personnel were Affected by Contaminated Meat Cooked at a Daily Routine Hospital Kitchen
Mr. Volkan Ülker
27 Absence of Cultural Awareness Training in International Non-Governmental Organizations
Dr. Alexander Hart
28 Cooperative System between NGOs and the Private Sector for Disaster Relief in Japan
Dr. Kimiko Yamashita
29 Basic Principles in Complex Humanitarian Emergency: A Pilot Course
Dr. Nidaa Bajow
30 No More Suffering: Building Human Resource Capacities with the Sphere Standard
Ms. Nahoko Harada
31 Collaboration between a Hospital and the Surrounding Communities in an Emergency and Disaster
Dr. Ahmad Alim
32 Confusion, Chaos, and Bridging the Gap: A Prospective Study Gauging Disaster Triage Methodologies and Usage Across First Responder Prof.essions
Ms. Brenna Adelman
33 Culturally Sensitive Disaster Nursing Focusing on Pacific Rim Island Countries: First Report on Japanese Public Health Nurses
Dr. Miki Marutani
34 Nurse Leadership in a Small Hospital in the Less Developed Country: Is It Needs or Circumstances?
Dr. Odeda Benin-Goren
35 Nursing Can Improve Shelter Environment: Cluster Approach and the Sphere Standard Based Community Shelter Dr.ill
Ms. Nahoko Harada
36 The HOPE Model for Disaster Nursing
Dr. Karin Hugelius
37 Construction of an Operational Protocol for Multiple Victims and Disasters in Southern Brazil
Dr. Sandra Mara Marin
38 Learning From Disasters: How Do We Share the Knowledge and Experience?
Dr. Sandra Richardson
39 Development of a Tool Measuring Nurses' Competence for Disaster Response
Dr. Sandra Mara Marin
40 Required Competencies for Clinical Nurses during the Initial Phase of Disaster Emergence
Dr. Miyuki  Horiuchi
41 Measuring Student Nurses' Preparedness and Resilience for a Disaster Setting
Ms. Andrea Grimes
42 The Role of the Nurse Disaster Preparedness Coordinator at a Large Suburban Teaching Hospital
Ms. Beth Weeks
44 Practicing What You Preach
Dr. Eli Jaffe
45 Investigation on Level of First Aid Knowledge Among Undergraduates
Mr. Lin Run
46 An Emergency and Disaster Course on Responding to Community and Family Healthcare Problems with Interprofessional Education for Undergraduate Medical, Nursing, and Dietitian Students
Miss Madelina Ariani
47 Research on Design of a Disaster Medicine Course for Clinical Medical Student
Ms. Zhi Wan
48 Chemical and Radiation Training for Public Health and Nursing Students:  An Under-Utilized Disaster Response Demographic
Dr.  Sukhi  Atti
49 Young Doctors' Emergency Medicine Rotation Qualifications and Relation with Self-Confidence
Dr. Hasan Can Taşkın
50 Critical Concepts in Disaster Medicine for Saudi Arabian Emergency Residency Programs: A Delphi Study
Dr. Bader Alossaimi
51 Novel Delivery of Meaningful EMS and Disaster Medicine Content to Residents and Medical Students
Dr. Lindsay Flax
52 Development of an E-Learning Platform For EMTs In Ghana
Dr. Joseph  Bonney
53 Revised Hospital-MIMMS Course for Japan
Dr. Arito Kaji
54 An Evaluation of the Self-Reported Knowledge Base of Disaster Management Core Competencies of Australian Paramedics
Mr. Peter Horrocks
55 Developing an Educational Strategy for Delivering an E-learning Disaster Medicine Course for Undergraduate Students in US Medical Schools
Mr. Edmond Power
56 A Mixed-methods Analysis of the Spatial and Temporal Relationship Between Boko Haram Activity and Lassa Fever Incidence in Nigeria, 2017-2018
Ms. Joan Concilio
57 Misericord Injuries: Ancient and Modern
Dr. Alfredo Mori
58 Hospital C.O.D.E (Clinical, Operational, Disaster, and Emergency) Terminology
Ms. Christine Buckley
59 Tactical EMS Deployment at the G7 Summit in Charlevoix, Quebec
Ms. Emmanuelle St-Arnaud
60 Exploring the Utilization of Small Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) Known as Dr.ones in Early Phase Disaster Response
Dr. Jenifer Luman
61 Inter-Authority and Cross-Border Cooperation using the Tetra Digital Radio Network
Dr. Tom Silfvast
62 Real-Time GIS for Health Disaster Response in the Largest Archipelagic Country
Dr. Ahmad Alim
63 Use of Clinical Algorithms for Evaluation and Management of Pediatric and Adult Sepsis Patients in Low-Resource Clinical Environments
Dr. Chelsea Dymond
64 HESPER SW: A Web-Based Tool to Assess Needs
Dr. Karin Hugelius
65 The Integration of a Unique QR® Code and Video to Improve the Correct Application of a Hemorrhage-control Tourniquet by a Naïve Population: A Feasibility Study
Dr. Paul Rega
66 Social Media in Disasters
Dr. Constance Doyle
67 Standardized Measurement of Capillary Refill Time using Novel Technology
Dr. Johan Junker
68 A Verification Test for an Assessment System: Rapid Assessment System of Evacuation Center Condition- Gonryo and Miyagi (RASECC-GM) that Utilizes Mobile Devices
Prof. Tadashi Ishii
69 Back to the Future: Portable Word Processors and the Electronic Health Record
Dr. Alfredo Mori
70 Planning for the Use of Imaging in Mass Casualty Incidents
A/Prof. Deborah Starkey
71 A Quantitative Study of the Dimensional Change of Inferior Vena Cava on Computed Tomography During Acute Hemorrhage Shock
Dr. Yang Li
72 Next Level Triage: Applications of Point-of-Care Ultrasound in Disaster Response and Recovery
Dr. Tyler Stannard
73 The Diagnostic Value of Ultrasonic Measurement of Inferior Vena Cava Diameter Respiratory Variability on Volume Response Evaluation of Geriatric Hip Fracture
Dr. Yang Li
74 Perceptions of Climate Change and Disaster Risk in Oceania
Mr. Joseph Cuthbertson
75 The University of Colorado Graduate Medical Education Fellowship in Climate Change and Health Science Policy
Dr. Chelsea Dymond
76 Development of a New Triage Method to Prioritize Patients Arriving at the Emergency Room
Dr. Tomoaki Natsukawa
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  • Key Dates

  • Abstracts Open 7 July 2018
  • Abstracts Close 26 November 2018
  • Presenters Notified 20 December 2018
  • Early Registration Closes 8 February 2019
  • WADEM Congress 2019 7-10 May 2019