The Australian Prehospital pandemic risk perception study and an examination of new public health roles for Ambulance Services in pandemic response

Tippett, Vivienne, Archer, Frank, Kelly, Heath, Coory, Michael, Burkle, Frederick, Jamrozik, Konrad, Watt, Kerrianne, Raven, Steve, Bielajs, Ingrid, Morgans, Amee, Smith, Erin, Enraght-Moony, Emma, Murdoch, Jamie and Plug, Louise (2008) The Australian Prehospital pandemic risk perception study and an examination of new public health roles for Ambulance Services in pandemic response Brisbane, QLD, Australia: Australian Centre for Prehospital Research, The University of Queensland; Monash University

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Author Tippett, Vivienne
Archer, Frank
Kelly, Heath
Coory, Michael
Burkle, Frederick
Jamrozik, Konrad
Watt, Kerrianne
Raven, Steve
Bielajs, Ingrid
Morgans, Amee
Smith, Erin
Enraght-Moony, Emma
Murdoch, Jamie
Plug, Louise
Title of report The Australian Prehospital pandemic risk perception study and an examination of new public health roles for Ambulance Services in pandemic response
Parent publication Australian Centre for Prehospital Research, Queensland Ambulance Service, Brisbane
Publication date 2008
ISBN 9780977569847
Publisher Australian Centre for Prehospital Research, The University of Queensland; Monash University
Place of publication Brisbane, QLD, Australia
Total pages 179
Language eng
Subjects 1117 Public Health and Health Services
Formatted abstract
The aims of this project were twofold and consistent with the WHO checklist for pandemic preparedness, specifically: surveillance and early warning and maintaining essential services. It details the findings and provides a point of reference for emergency prehospital and ambulance service planners and policy makers.
Keyword Ambulance service
Epidemics
Communicable diseases - Risk factors
National health services
Epidemiology
Q-Index Code AX
Q-Index Status Provisional Code
Institutional Status UQ
Additional Notes This report was prepared collaboratively by the Australian Centre for Prehospital Research (ACPHR) (Queensland Ambulance Service and the University of Queensland), Monash University Centre Department of Community Emergency Health and Paramedic Practice (DCEH) and the Victorian Infectious Disease Reference Laboratory (VIDRL). Funded by the National Health and Medical Research Council [Grant No 409973]

Document type: Research Report
Collection: School of Public Health Publications
 
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