Improving global prehospital and emergency medicine, public health, and disaster health care and preparedness

Jamie Ranse

Associate Professor Dr. Jamie Ranse is recognized internationally for his work focusing on strengthening health systems for disruptive events that are either unplanned (such as disasters / public health emergencies / extreme weather) or planned (such as mass gatherings / major events / deliberate acts of harm). Jamie has over 115 peer-reviewed publications in the area of disaster and mass gathering health. His work is supported by over AUD$2.3M in research funding.

Dr. Ranse is supporting 12 students in disaster and mass gathering research topics for their Master’s and PhD studies. He is recognized as a Global Expert on Mass Gatherings by the World Health Organization. He founded the Mass Gathering Collaboration at Griffith University, which aims to strengthen health security and health system resilience globally for mass gatherings in partnership with communities, government, non-government, industry, and academic organizations –