Publications

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Book chapters


Mateer J, Cusack L, Ranse J. (2015). Chapter 28: Pandemics and environmental emergencies in Curtis K, Ramsden C (eds). Emergency and trauma care: For nurses and paramedics 2nd ed. Elsevier Australia.

Taylor J, Ranse J. (2014). Chapter 10: Data Collection: Quantitative Research in Jirojwong S, Johnson M, Welch A (eds). Understanding Nursing Research: Methods for Evidence-Based Practice 2nd ed. Oxford University Press.

Mateer J, Cusack L, Ranse J. (2011) Chapter 28: Pandemics and Environmental Emergencies in Curtis K, Ramsden C, Lord B (eds). Emergency and Trauma Care: for nurses and paramedics. Elsevier Australia. Pp:673-694.

Taylor J, Ranse J. (2011). Chapter 10: Data Collection: Quantitative Research in Jirojwong S, Johnson M, Welch A (eds). Reseach Methods in Nursing and Midwifery: Pathways to Evidence-Based Practice. Oxford University Press

Ranse J, Zeitz K. Chapter 5: Disaster Triage in Power R, Daily E (eds) (2010). International Disaster Nursing. World Association of Disaster and Emergency Medicine with Cambridge Press. pp:57-79.



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. (2017) Health service impact from mass-gatherings: A systematic literature review. Prehospital and Disaster Medicine. 32(1):

Cannon M, Roitman R, Ranse J, Morphet J. (2017) Development of a mass-gathering triage tool: An Australian perspective. Prehospital and Disaster Medicine. 32(1).

Steenkamp M, Hutton A, Ranse J, Arbon P, Lund A, Turris S, Bowles R. (2016). Exploring international views on key concepts for mass gathering health through a Delphi process. Prehospital Disaster Medicine.

Turris S, Steenkamp M, Lund A, Hutton A, Ranse J, Bowles R, Aruthnott K, Anikeeva O, Arbon P. (2016). International consensus on key concepts and data definitions for mass gathering health: Process and progress. Prehospital and Disaster Medicine. 31(2):1-4.

Ranse J, Luther M, Ranse K. (2015). Impact of a pilot pathway for the management of gastroenteritis-like symptoms in an emergency department: A case study following a Salmonella outbreak. Emergency Medicine Australasia.

Ranse J, Hutton A, Wilson R, Usher K. (2015). Leadership opportunities for Mental Health Nurses in the field of disaster preparation, response and recovery. Issues in Mental Health Nursing. 36(5):391-394.

Hutton A, Savage C, Ranse J, Finnell D, Kub J. (2015). The use of Haddon’s matrix to plan for injury and illness prevention at Outdoor Music Festivals. Prehospital and Disaster Medicine.

Lund A, Turris S, Bowles R, Steenkamp M, Hutton A, Ranse J, Arbon P. (2014). Mass gathering health research foundational theory: Part 1 Population models for mass gatherings. Prehospital and Disaster Medicine. 29(6):648-654.

Turris S, Lund A, Hutton A, Bowles R, Ellerson E, Steenkamp M, Ranse J, Arbon P. (2014). Mass gathering health research foundational theory: Part 2 Event modelling for mass gatherings. Prehospital Disaster Medicine. 29(6):655-663.

Ranse J, Hutton A, Jeeawody B, Wilson R. What are the research needs for the field of disaster nursing in the next five years? An international Delphi study. Prehospital Disaster Medicine. 29(5):1-7.

Lenson S, Ranse J, Cusack L. (2014). National consistency in industrial awards for disaster release for Australian nurses: An integrative review of enterprise arrangements. Asia Pacific Journal of Health Management. 9(2):53-58.

Ranse J, Hutton A, Turris S, Lund A. (2014). Enhancing the minimum data set for mass gathering research and evaluation: An integrative literature review. Prehospital Disaster Medicine. 29(3):1-10.

Kako M, Ranse J, Yamamoto A, Arbon P. (2014). What was the role of nurses during the 2011 Great East Earthquake of Japan? An integrative review of the Japanese literature. Prehospital Disaster Medicine. 29(3):1-5.

Wilson RL, Ranse J, Cashin A, McNamara P. (2014). Nurses and Twitter: The good, the bad, and the reluctant. Collegian. 21(2):111-119.

Hutton A, Ranse J, Arbon P, Verdonk N. (2014). Understanding the characteristics of patient presentations of young people at outdoor music festivals. Prehospital Disaster Medicine. 29(2):1-7

Ranse J, Hammad K, Ranse K. (2013). Future considerations for Australian nurses and their disaster educational preparedness: a discussion. Australian Journal of Emergency Management. 28(4):49-53.

Filmer L, Ranse J. (2013) Who is my leader? Lessons from a hospital disaster drill in a less developed country. Australasian Emergency Nursing Journal. 16(4)170-174. doi:10.1016/j.aenj.2013.08.004

Taylor N, Ranse J. (2013). Epidemiology of injuries at the Australian 24 hour mountain bike championships. Australasian Journal of Paramedicine. 10(1)a4:1-5

Arbon P, Cusack, L, Ranse J, Shaban R, Considine J, Kako M, Woodman R, Mitchell B, Bahnisch L, Hammad K. (2013). Exploring staff willingness to attend work during a disaster: a study of nurses employed in four Australian emergency departments. Australasian Emergency Nursing Journal.16(3):103-109 doi:10.1016/j.aenj.2013.05.004

Ranse J, Shaban R, Considine J, Hammad K, Arbon P, Mitchell B, Lenson S. (2013). Disaster content in Australian tertiary postgraduate emergency nursing courses: A survey. Australasian Emergency Nursing Journal. 16(2):58-63. doi:10.1016/j.aenj.2013.04.002

Arbon P, Ranse J, Cusack L, Considine J, Shaban R, Woodman R, Bahnisch L, Kako M, Hammad K, Mitchell B. (2013). Australasian emergency nurses’ willingness to attend work in a disaster: A survey. Australasian Emergency Nursing Journal. 16(2):52-57. doi:10.1016/j.aenj.2013.05.004

Bail K, Ranse J, Clarke R, Rattray B. (2013). Open access to nursing journals: an audit of the 2010 ERA journal list. Australian Journal of Advanced Nursing. 30(4):5-11

Rattray B, Cooke J, Bail K, Ranse J. (2013). A Comparison of open access in exercise science journals: 2010 to 2012. The Open Sports Science Journal. 6:1-7. [available free in full-text].

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

Ranse J, Lenson S. (2012). Beyond a clinical role: Nurses were psychosocial supporters, coordinators and problem solvers in the Black Saturday and Victorian bushfires in 2009. Australasian Emergency Nursing Journal. 15(3):156-163. doi:10.1016/j.aenj.2012.05.001

Ranse J, Lenson S, Aimers B. (2010). Black Saturday and the Victorian Bushfires of February 2009: A descriptive survey of nurses who assisted in the pre-hospital setting. Collegian. 17(4):153-159

Cusack L, Arbon P, Ranse J. (2010). What is the role of nursing students and of nursing during disasters and emergencies? A discussion paper. Collegian. 17(4):193-197

Ranse J, Zeitz K (2010). The chain of survival at mass gatherings: A case series of resuscitation events. Prehospital Disaster Medicine. 25(5):465-471. [available free in full-text].

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. Australasian Emergency Nursing Journal. 13(3):46-52.

Ranse J, Carter S (2010). Engaging volunteers in an emergency management organisation. Australian Journal of Emergency Management. 25(1):36-41. [available free in full-text].

Ranse J, Luther M, Sargent L (2009). R-on-T resulting in ventricular fibrillation post elective cardioversion: A case study. Australasian Emergency Nursing Journal. 12(3):120-122.

Ranse J, Hayes C (2009). A novice’s guide to preparing and presenting an oral presentation at a Scientific Conference. Journal of Emergency Primary Health Care. 7(1):1-8. [available free in full-text].

Ranse J, Arbon P (2008). Graduate nurses’ lived experience of in-hospital resuscitation – a hermeneutic phenomenological approach. Australian Critical Care. 21(1):38-47.

Arbon P, Zeitz K, Ranse J, Wren H, Driscoll K, Elliott R (2008). The reality of multiple casualty triage: putting triage theory into practice at the scene of multiple casualty vehicular accidents. Emergency Medicine Journal. 25(4):230-234.

Ranse J, Aitken C (2008). Preparing and presenting a successful poster at a scientific conference. Journal of Emergency Primary Health Care. 6(1):9p. [available free in full-text].

Ranse J, Burke B (2006). Exploring the volunteer first aiders’ experience post-resuscitation. Journal of Emergency Primary Health Care. 4(3):10p. [available free in full-text].

Ranse J (2006). Cardiac arrest: can the in-hospital chain of survival be improved? Australasian Emergency Nursing Journal. 9(1):23-27.


Non-refereed


Ranse J. (2015). A stethoscope, a patient and me. Journal of Advanced Nursing Interactive. [http://journalofadvancednursing.blogspot.com.au/2015/09/the-stethoscope-patient-and-me.html]

Ranse J. (2013). The role of Australian nurses in disasters: what ‘group’ of nurses should assist? The Hive [Australian College of Nursing – newsletter publication]. (4):24-25

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

Ranse J, Cusack L. (2010) Changes to Australian nursing and midwifery registration: implications for interstate disaster response. Collegian. [editorial]. 17(4):207-208

Ranse J. (2010). A cultural perspective in the health response to an offshore disaster. Connections [Royal College of Nursing, Australia – newsletter publication]. 13(3):42-43

Cusack L, Arbon P, Ranse J (2010). Pre-hospital clinical management of heat stress. Australian Nursing Journal. 17(8):30-33.

Lenson S, Luther M, Ranse J (2009). Influenza pathology screening: flocked swabbing. Nursing Review [Royal College of Nursing, Australia – newsletter publication]. August:12-13.

Lenson S, Ranse J, Smith J (2009). A process of care for new nurses in the Emergency Department. Connections [Royal College of Nursing, Australia – newsletter publication]. 12(1):16

Ranse J (2009). A nurses guide to presenting and publishing: dare to share, by Heinrich K. Australasian Emergency Nursing Journal [book review]. 12(1):23.

Ranse J (2008). Public health care emergencies: the role of nurses volunteering. Connections [Royal College of Nursing, Australia – newsletter publication]. 11(2):15-16.

Ranse J (2007). Future directions, future challenges … beyond tomorrow. 6th International Conference for Emergency Nurses. Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. 11-13 October 2007. Journal of Emergency Primary Health Care [conference report]. 5(4):2p. [available free in full-text].


Abstracts


Hutton A, Ranse J, Arbon P. (2013). The characteristics of patient presentations from Australian outdoor music festivals. Prehospital and Disaster Medicine [abstract – paper presentation]. 28(s1); s15-16

Ranse J, Lenson S. (2013). Disaster and emergency medicine on-line research repository: A Retrospective Review. Prehospital and Disaster Medicine [abstract – paper presentation]. 28(s1); s69

Ranse J, Hutton A. (2013). Biomedical data collection for mass gathering research and evaluation: A review of the literature. Prehospital and Disaster Medicine [abstract – paper presentation]. 28(s1); s72

Lund A, Turris S, Bowles R, Gutman S, Hutton A, Ranse J, Arbon P. (2013). Progressing Towards an International Consensus on Data Modeling for Mass Gathering and Mass Participation Events. Prehospital and Disaster Medicine [abstract – paper presentation]. 28(s1); s113-114

Lenson S, Ranse J. (2013). Industrial Considerations for Australian Nurses Responding to Disaster. Prehospital and Disaster Medicine [abstract – paper presentation]. 28(s1); s155.

Arbon P*, Cusack L, Ranse J, Shaban R, Considine J, Mitchell B, et. al., To work or not to work: An analysis of the willingness of Australian emergency nurses to respond to a disaster. Australasian Emergency Nursing Journal. 14(S1); S31

Lenson S*, Ranse J. Exploring the role of nurses during the ‘Black Saturday’ and Victorian bushfires of 2009 in Australia. Australasian Emergency Nursing Journal. 14(S1); S16

Lenson S*, Ranse J, Cusack L. Industrial considerations for nurses responding to disasters. Australasian Emergency Nursing Journal. 14(S1); S28

Ranse J, Arbon P, Cusack L, Shaban R, Considine J, Mitchell B, Woodman R, Hammad K, Kako M, Bahnisch L (2011). Understanding the willingness of Australian emergency nurses to respond to a health care disaster. Prehospital and Disaster Medicine [abstract – paper presentation]. 26(s1):s159.

Ranse J, Lenson S. (2011). Role, resources, and clinical and educational backgrounds of nurses who participated in the 2009 Bushfires in Victoria, Australia. Prehospital and Disaster Medicine [abstract – paper presentation]. 26(s1):s33-s34

Ranse J, Arbon P, Shaban R, Considine J, Mitchell B, Lenson S. (2011). Disaster content varies in Australian postgraduate tertiary emergency nursing courses: implications for educational preparedness. Prehospital and Disaster Medicine [abstract – paper presentation]. 26(s1):s15.

Ranse J, Arbon P, Shaban R, Considine J, Mitchell B, Lenson S (2010). Exploring the disaster content in Australian postgraduate emergency nursing programs. Australasian Emergency Nursing Journal [abstract – paper presentation]. 13(4):158.

Ranse J, Arbon P, Shaban R, Considine J, Mitchell B, Hammad K, Cusack L, Kako M, Bahnisch L (2010). Understanding the willingness of Australian emergency nurses to respond to a health care disaster. Australasian Emergency Nursing Journal [abstract – paper presentation] 13(4):138.

Ranse J, Lenson S, Luther M, Xaio 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. Australasian Emergency Nursing Journal [abstract – paper presentation] 13(4):159-160.

Ranse J, Arbon P, Kako M. (2009). Evaluating the influential factors in mass-gathering casualty presentations - World Youth Day, Sydney, Australia 2008. Journal of Emergency Nursing Australasia [abstract – paper presentation]. 12(4):150.

Ranse J, Aimers B, Lenson S. (2009). The pre-hospital role of nurses during the Victorian Bushfires. Journal of Emergency Nursing Australasia [abstract – paper presentation]. 2009:12(4):151.

Arbon P, Ranse J (2009). Evaluating the influential factors in mass-gathering casualty presentations - World Youth Day, Sydney, Australia 2008. Pre-hospital and Disaster Medicine [abstract – paper presentation]. 24(2):s36-s37. [available free in full-text].

Bailey A, Leditschke A, Ranse J, Grove K (2008). Impact of a pandemic triage tool on intensive care admissions [abstract – poster presentation]. Critical Care. 12(s2):P349.

Ranse J (2008). Medical emergency teams: graduate nurses interactions, attitudes and perceptions during resuscitation events in the non-critical care environment [abstract – paper presentation]. Australian Critical Care. 21(1):54.

Arbon P, Zeitz K, Ranse J, Wren H, Driscoll K, Elliott R (2007). The realities of multiple casualty triage. Australasian Emergency Nursing Journal [abstract – paper presentation]. 10(4):210.

Ranse J (2007). Graduate nurses’ lived experience of in-hospital resuscitation – a hermeneutic phenomenological approach [abstract – poster presentation]. Australasian Emergency Nursing Journal. 10(4):224-225.

Ranse J, Arbon P, Zeitz K, Wren H, Driscoll K, Elliott R (2007). Putting triage theory into practice at the scene of multiple casualty vehicular accidents: the reality of multiple casualty triage [abstract – paper presentation]. Journal of Prehospital and Disaster Medicine. 22(2):s71. [available free in full-text].


Other

Arbon P, Cusack L, Ranse J, Shaban R, Considine J, Mitchell B, et al. (2011). Understanding the willingness of Australian emergency nurses to respond to a disaster. Adelaide: Flinders University.

Ranse J. In-hospital resuscitation: graduate nurses’ lived experience in the non-critical care environment – a hermeneutic phenomenological approach [thesis] (2006). University of Canberra. [available free in full-text].

Arbon P, Zeitz K, Ranse J, Wren H, Driscoll K, Elliott R. Putting triage theory into practice at the scene of multiple casualty vehicular accidents: the reality of multiple casualty triage. [research report - available free in full-text].


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