I had a conversation with Craig Hooper from Operational Health about mass gathering health. To listen to the podcast, visit http://www.operationalhealth.com/#!204-planning-mass-gathering-healthcare/c1srl
The following is taken directly from the Operational Health website.
About my guest:
Assistant Professor Jamie Ranse of the University of Canberra has a keen professional and personal interest in the area of disaster and mass gathering health. He is currently undertaking a PhD exploring the experience of nurses who participate in disasters. He is an Associate Editor for the Australasian Emergency Nursing Journal, holding the disaster portfolio and peer-reviews a number of national and international journals relating to disaster and primary health care. Jamie remains engaged in the clinical setting as a casual RN at the Emergency Department of Calvary Health Care ACT.
About the Podcast Host:
Craig is a health and emergency service management specialist with more than 30 years experience in operational management, emergency planning, health service delivery and service redevelopment. More information can be found at www.cahooper.com
Jamie Ranse has a large number of publications and presentations relating to Mass Gathering and Major Event health on his website, www.jamieranse.com Some of those discussed on this episode include;
- Ranse J, Hutton A. (2012). Minimum data set for mass gathering health research and evaluation: A discussion paper. Prehospital and Disaster Medicine. 27(6):1-8. doi:10.1017/S1049023X12001288 (Direct Link)
- Ranse J, Hutton A. (2013). Minimum data set for mass-gatherings health research and evaluation: The beginning of an international dialogue. Prehospital and Disaster Medicine. [author reply]. 28(2):3 (Direct Link)
- Lund A, Turris S, Bowles R, Gutman S, Hutton A, Ranse J, Arbon P. (2013). Progressing towards an international consensus on data modelling for mass gathering and mass participation events; paper presented at the 18th World Congress on Disaster and Emergency Medicine, Manchester, UK, May. (Direct Link)
Hutton A, Ranse J, Verdonk N, Ullah S, Arbon P. Understanding the characteristics of patient presentations of young people at outdoor music festivals. Prehospital Disaster Medicine. 2014;29(2):1-7. (Direct Link)
Ranse J, Arbon P. Evaluating the influential factors in mass gathering casualty presentation characteristics – World Youth Day, Sydney, Australia, 2008; paper presented at the 7th International Conference for Emergency Nurses, Gold Coast, Australia, 8th October 2009. (Direct link)
Ranse J (Interviewee), Hooper C (Producer). (2015). Mass gathering health; audio podcast for Operational Health, 23rd July. Series 2, Episode 4. Retrieved from http://www.operationalhealth.com/#!204-planning-mass-gathering-healthcare/c1srl