Presentations

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Ranse J. (2016). The impact of mass gatherings on ambulance services and hospitals; webinar presentation to members of the Mass Gathering Section of the World Association for Disaster and Emergency Medicine, 14th October.

Ranse J. (2015). Disaster health: what emergency nursing students need to know; presentation to Canberra Emergency Nursing Student Society, Canberra, ACT, 12th May.

Ranse J. (2014). Disasters happen: the realities of being in a disaster; presentation to Faculty at University of New England, Armidale, NSW, 5th June

Ranse J. (2013). Health considerations at major events (mass gatherings); presented to students of the University of Canberra – Undergraduate Sports Studies in the unit: Sport as entertainment, Canberra, ACT, 23rd October.

Ranse J. (2013). Injury patterns and crowd behaviour at mass gathering events; invited speaker for the Sex, Drugs, and Rock and Roll - St John Ambulance Australia (ACT), Canberra, ACT, 14th September.

Ranse J. (2013). Social media: Friend or Foe; debate panel member for the Princess Alexandra Hospital Health Symposium, Brisbane, Queensland, 22nd August.

Ranse J. (2013). Disaster health: an Australian perspective; invited speaker for the Department of Nursing, Naresuan University, Thailand, 3rd June.

Ranse J. (2013). Phenomenology; paper presented students of the University of Canberra – Professional Doctorate in Nurse Practitioner (Research), Canberra, ACT, 24th February

Ranse J. (2013). Developing a professional presence online: Using Google Blogger; workshop presented to Higher Degree Research (HDR) students of the University of Canberra, Canberra, ACT, 31st January

Ranse J. (2012). Disaster health: An Australian nursing perspective; paper presented to delegates of the Naresuan University Thailand, University of Canberra, ACT, 15th October

Ranse J. (2012). Role of mental health nurses in disasters; presented to students of the University of Canberra – Postgraduate Mental Health Nursing, Canberra, ACT, 17th September.

Ranse J. (2012). Role of critical care nurses in disasters; presented to students of the University of Canberra – Postgraduate Critical Care Nursing, Canberra, ACT, 11th September.

Ranse J. (2012). Organisations who work with vulnerable people in the community – are your clients ‘health prepared’ for a disaster?; presentation to participants of an Australian Red Cross, ACT and Southern NSW Emergency Services Workshop - Nurturing Client Resilience with Emergency Preparedness Strategies, Canberra, ACT, 28th September.

Ranse J. (2011). Rural health issues in disasters; invited speaker for the RCNA Acute Care Conference, Wagga Wagga, NSW, 26th November.

Ranse J. (2011). Issues in disasters for health professionals; Guest speaker for the Princess Alexandra Hospital, Brisbane, Queensland, 10th August.

Ranse J. (2011). Disasters Happen: Practice implications and issues for nurses; Key Note Speaker for the 4th Passionate about Practice Conference, Brisbane, Queensland, 8th August.

Ranse J. (2010). The pre-hospital and emergency department interface during disasters: workforce, education and other contemporary issues; presentation to the ACT Ambulance Service Continuing Medical Education, 25th November.

Ranse J. (2010). Inspiring, progressing and promoting the profession of nursing in disaster health; Orator for the Royal College of Nursing, Australia 2010 Nursing Summit – 44th Patricia Chomley Memorial Oration, Canberra, ACT, 26th May.

Ranse J. (2010). Medical response to mass gatherings; presentation to the ACT Ambulance Service Continuing Medical Education, 25th March.

Ranse J. (2009). Emergency departments: community interface during disasters; presentation to the Australian Institute of Emergency Services, ACT Chapter, 6th October.


CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS: REFEREED


Ranse J, Hutton A, Keene T, Lenson S, Luther M, Bost N, Johnston A, Crilly J, Cannon M, Jones N, Hayes C, Burke B. (2016) Health service impact from mass-gatherings: A systematic literature review; paper presented at the 14th International Conference for Emergency Nurses. Alice Springs, Australia. 20th October.

Steenkamp M, Ramsey I, Ranse J, Hutton A, Lund A, Turris S, Arbon P, Anikeeva O, Bowles R, Salter M, Arbuthnott K. (2015). Data for Mass Gathering Health: What is on your shopping list?; paper presented at the 19th World Congress for Disaster and Emergency Medicine. Cape Town, South Africa. 24th April.

Steenkamp M, Ranse J, Hutton A, Lund A, Turris SA, Arbon P, Bowles RR, Salter M, Arbuthnott K, Anikeeva O. (2015). Findings from Phase 1 of an international Delphi project to establish a Minimum Data Set for Mass Gathering Health; paper presented at the 19th World Congress for Disaster and Emergency Medicine. Cape Town, South Africa. 23rd April.

Hutton A, Ranse J, Wilson R. (2015). What are the research needs for the field of disaster nursing? An international Delphi study; paper presented at the 19th World Congress for Disaster and Emergency Medicine. Cape Town, South Africa. 21st April.

Arbon P, Steenkamp M, Lund A, Turris SA, Ranse J, Hutton A, Arbuthnott K, Bowles R, Salter M, Anikeeva O, Ramsey I. (2015) Describing an international Delphi project on Mass Gathering Health Data Collection; paper presented at the 19th World Congress for Disaster and Emergency Medicine. Cape Town, South Africa, 21st April.

Ranse J, Luther M, Ranse K. (2014). Understanding the effect of clinician dependent versus evidence-based pathway for the management of Salmonella-like symptoms in an emergency department; paper presented at the 12th International Conference for Emergency Nurses, Perth, Australia, 9th October.

Ranse J, Lenson S, Keene T, Luther M, Burke B, Hutton A. (2014). Patient presentations to onsite health providers, ambulance paramedics and hospital emergency departments from a mass gathering: a case study; paper presented at the 12th International Conference for Emergency Nurses, Perth, Australia, 9th October.

Ranse J, Lenson S, Keene T, Luther M, Burke B, Hutton A. (2014). Patient presentations to onsite health providers, ambulance paramedics and hospital emergency departments from a mass gathering: a case study; poster presented at the Paramedics Australasia International Conference 2014, Gold Coast, Australia, 18th - 20th September.

Ranse J, Hutton A. (2013). Biomedical data collection for mass gathering research and evaluation: A review of the literature; paper presented at the 18th World Congress on Disaster and Emergency Medicine, Manchester, UK, 30th May.

Ranse J, Lenson S. (2013). Disaster and emergency medicine on-line research repository: A retrospective review; paper presented at the 18th World Congress on Disaster and Emergency Medicine, Manchester, UK, 30th May.

Lenson S, Ranse J, Cusack L. (2013). Industrial considerations for Australian nurses responding to disasters; paper presented at the 18th World Congress on Disaster and Emergency Medicine, Manchester, UK, 30th May.

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, 30th May.

Hutton A, Ranse J, Arbon P, Ullah S. (2013). The characteristics of patient presentations from Australian outdoor music festivals; paper presented at the 18th World Congress on Disaster and Emergency Medicine, Manchester, UK, 30th May.

Ranse J, Lenson S. (2012). Beyond a clinical role; paper presented at the 2nd Australian Capital Region Nursing and Midwifery Research Conference, Canberra, Australia, 11th October.

Hutton A*, Ranse J, Arbon P. (2012). Understanding and identifying potential risks for participants at music festivals; paper presented at the St John Ambulance Australia Member Convention, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 19th May.

Lenson S*, Ranse J, Cusack L. (2011). Industrial considerations for nurses responding to disasters; paper presented at the 9th International Conference for Emergency Nurses, Adelaide, South Australia, 30th September.

Bahnisch L*, Arbon P, Cusack L, Ranse J, Shaban R, Hammad K, Considine J, Mitchelle B. (2011). To work or not to work: An analysis of the willingness of Australian emergency nurses to respond to a disaster; paper presented at the 9th International Conference for Emergency Nurses, Adelaide, South Australia, 30th September.

Lenson S*, Ranse J. (2011). Exploring the role of nurses during the ‘Black Saturday’ and Victorian bushfires of 2009 in Australia; paper presented at the 9th International Conference for Emergency Nurses, Adelaide, South Australia, 29th September.

Ranse J, Lenson S. (2011). Role, response and clinical and educational backgrounds of nurses who participated in the pre-hospital response to the 2009 Bushfires in Victoria, Australia; paper presented at the 17th World Congress on Disaster and Emergency Medicine, Beijing, China, 1st June.

Ranse J, Arbon P, Shaban R, Considine J, Mitchell B, Lenson S. (2011). Disaster content varies in Australian postgraduate emergency nursing courses: Implications for educational preparedness; paper presented at the 17th World Congress on Disaster and Emergency Medicine, Beijing, China, 31st May.

Arbon P, Cusack L, Ranse J, Shaban R, Considine J, Mitchell B, Hammond K, Kako M, Bahnisch L. (2011). Understanding the willingness of Australian emergency nurses to respond to a health care disaster; poster presented at the 17th World Congress on Disaster and Emergency Medicine, Beijing, China, 31st May – 3rd June.

Lenson S*, Ranse J. (2011). Exploring the role of nurses during the ‘Black Saturday’ and Victorian bushfires of 2009 in Australia; paper presented at the International Council of Nurses Conference, La Valeta, Malta, 6th May.

Ranse J, Arbon P, Shaban R, Considine J, Mitchell B, Lenson S. (2010). Exploring the disaster content in Australian postgraduate emergency nursing programs; paper presented at the 8th International Conference for Emergency Nurses, Canberra, Australia, 16th October.

Ranse J, Lenson S, Luther M, Xiao L. (2010). H1N1 2009 influenza (human swine influenza): A descriptive study of the response of an influenza assessment clinic collaborating with an emergency department in Australia; paper presented at the 8th International Conference for Emergency Nurses, Canberra, Australia, 16th October.

Ranse J, Arbon P, Shaban R, Considine J, Mitchell B, Hammond K, Cusack L, Kako M, Bahnisch L. (2010). Understanding the Willingness of Australian Emergency Nurses to Respond to a Health Care Disaster; paper presented at the 8th International Conference for Emergency Nurses, Canberra, Australia, 14th October.

Ranse J, Arbon P. (2009). 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.

Ranse J, Zeitz K. (2009). Facilitators and barriers in the chain of survival at mass gatherings: A case series of resuscitation events; paper presented at the St John Ambulance Australia National Conference, Gold Coast, Australia, 19th June 2009.

Ranse J. (2009). Health care professionals: more than the current crop; paper presented at the St John Ambulance Australia National Conference, Gold Coast, Australia, 19th June.

Arbon P*, Ranse J. (2009). Evaluating the influential factors in mass-gathering casualty presentations - World Youth Day, Sydney, Australia 2008; oral presentation at the 16th World Congress on Disaster and Emergency Medicine. Victoria, Canada, 13th May.

Bailey A, Ranse J, Leditschke A, Grove K. (2008). Impact of a pandemic triage tool on intensive care admissions; poster presented at the Asia Pacific Critical Care Congress. Sydney, Australia, 30th October – 2nd November.

Ranse J, Taylor N. (2008). Mountain biking events: presentation characteristics and medical needs; paper presented at the 8th Rural Critical Care Conference, Batemans Bay, Australia, 23rd August.

Taylor N*, Ranse J. (2008). Factors influencing mountain biking injuries in Australia; paper presented at the Australasian College of Emergency Medicine (ACEM) Winter Symposium, Newcastle, Australia, 3rd July.

Ranse J, Hayes C. (2008). Casualties referred to hospital by volunteer first aiders: a retrospective analysis of casualty presentations; paper presented at the St John Ambulance Australia National Conference, Adelaide, Australia, 20th June.

Ranse J, Taylor N. (2008). Medical needs at the world largest mountain biking event; paper presented at the St John Ambulance Australia National Conference, Adelaide, Australia, 20th June.

Ranse J, Carter S. (2008). Engaging volunteers in emergency services: the St John Ambulance Australia perspective; paper presented at the St John Ambulance Australia National Conference, Adelaide, Australia, 20th June.

Bailey A, Leditschke A*, Ranse J, Grove K. (2008). Impact of a pandemic triage tool on intensive care admissions; poster presented at the 28th International Symposium on Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine, Brussels, Belgium, 18th – 21st March.

Ranse J. (2007). Medical emergency teams: graduate nurses interactions, attitudes and perceptions during resuscitation events in the non-critical care environment; paper presented at the ANZICS/ACCCN Intensive Care Annual Scientific Meeting, Rotorua, New Zealand, 26th October.

Arbon P, Zeitz K, Ranse J, Wren H, Driscoll K, Elliott R. (2007). The realities of triage; paper presented at the 6th International Conference for Emergency Nurses, Melbourne, Australia, 12th October.

Ranse J. (2007). Graduate nurses’ lived experience of in-hospital resuscitation – a hermeneutic phenomenological approach, poster presented at the 6th International Conference for Emergency Nurses, Melbourne, Australia, 12th October.

Ranse J. (2007). Exploring the volunteer first aiders’ experience post-resuscitation; paper presented at the St John Ambulance Australia National Conference, Canberra, Australia, 22nd June.

Arbon P*, Zeitz K, Ranse J, Wren H, Driscoll K, Elliott R. (2007). Multi-casualty triage – putting triage theory into practice at the scene of multiple casualty vehicular accidents; paper presented at the 15th World Congress on Disaster and Emergency Medicine, Amsterdam, the Netherlands, 14th May.

Arbon P, Zeitz K, Ranse J, Wren H, Driscoll K, Elliott R. (2006). Putting triage theory into practice at the scene of multiple casualty vehicular accidents: the reality of multiple casualty triage; paper presented at the ACT Public Health Forum, Canberra, Australia, 16th November.

Arbon P*, Zeitz K, Ranse J, Wren H, Driscoll K, Elliott R. (2006). Multi-casualty triage - putting triage theory into practice at the scene of multiple casualty vehicular accidents; paper presented at the Australian Convention of Ambulance Professionals Conference, Adelaide, Australia, November.

NON-REFEREED


Ranse J. (2014). Doing phenomenology and hermeneutics: Australian civilian nurses' lived experience of being in a disasters; presentation at the Higher Degrees Week - Flinders University, Faculty of Health Sciences, School of Nursing and Midwifery, Adelaide, South Australia, 30th June.

Ranse J. (2013). Phenomenology; paper presented students of the University of Canberra  – Professional Doctorate in Nurse Practitioner (Research), Canberra, ACT, 24th February

Ranse J. (2012). Disaster health: An Australian nursing perspective; paper presented to delegates of the Mahidol University Thailand, University of Canberra, ACT, 15th October.

Ranse J
. (2012). Role of mental health nurses in disasters; presented to students of the University of Canberra – Postgraduate Mental Health Nursing, Canberra, ACT, 17th September.

Ranse J. (2012). Role of critical care nurses in disasters; presented to students of the University of Canberra – Postgraduate Critical Care Nursing, Canberra, ACT, 11th September.

Ranse J. (2011). The role of new graduate nurses in disasters; workshop presented to new graduate nurse at Calvary Health Care ACT, Canberra, ACT, 28th September.

Ranse J. (2011). Health considerations at major events (mass gatherings); presented to students of the University of Canberra – Undergraduate Sports Studies in the unit: Sport as entertainment, Canberra, ACT, 28th September.

Ranse J. (2011). Role of intensive care and emergency nurses in disasters; presented to students of the University of Canberra – Postgraduate Critical Care Nursing, Canberra, ACT, 30th August.

Ranse J, Lenson S, Aimers B. (2010). The clinical background and disaster experience of nurses who participated in the 2009 Victorians Bushfire; paper presented at the Canberra Hospital – Clinical Grand Rounds for Nurses and Midwives, Canberra, ACT, 25th March.

Ranse J. (2010). H1N1 Influenza: a descriptive study of the response of an influenza assessment clinic collaborating with an emergency department in Australia; paper presented at the Calvary Hospital – Medical Grand Rounds, Canberra, ACT, 18th March.

Ranse J. (2007). Graduate nurses’ lived experience of in-hospital resuscitation; paper presented at the Canberra Hospital – Clinical Grand Rounds for Nurses and Midwives, Canberra, ACT, 17th August.

Ranse J. (2006). Challenges in leadership: the journey of a new board director; paper presented at the Chancellors Leadership Development Program Seminar: St John Ambulance Australia National Conference, Perth, WA, 18th June.

Ranse J. (2005). Can we improve the in-hospital chain of survival? Semi-automatic external defibrillation; paper presented at the Graduate Seminar Day: New Knowledge – Making a Difference, The Canberra Hospital, ACT, 24th October

* These presentations were conducted by this member of the research team.

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