The August issue (Volume 34, Issue 4) of Prehospital and Disaster Medicine (PDM) is now available through Cambridge Core. This issue features a wide range of articles including a comparative analysis of the cost-effectiveness of relief team (SAR and EMT) deployments to sudden-onset disasters, transport and treatment protocols for law enforcement K9s, triage in coordinated terrorist attacks, a comparison of the efficacy of treatment and time to administration of naloxone, and much more!
WADEM members have unlimited access to every issue of PDM through Cambridge Core. Check back often for the most recent content in disaster and emergency health care!
Oceania Chapter Chair, Joe Cuthbertson, interviews Dr. Penny Burns on the role of general practitioners in disasters; how general practice has been engaged in disaster management in Australia, Oceania, and internationally; and her journey researching primary health care in disasters.
The submitted abstracts are available on PDM’s page on Cambridge Core – https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/prehospital-and-disaster-medicine/.
You can download the abstracts as two large PDF files from the WADEM website using the links below. Also below is the link to the electronically submitted posters.
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