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K W Kizer. Prehosp Disaster Med 2000
Times Cited: 7







List of co-cited articles
31 articles co-cited >1



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"Operation South East Asia Tsunami Assist": an Australian team in the Maldives.
Andrew G Robertson, Dominic E Dwyer, Muriel G Leclercq. Med J Aust 2005
23
57

Responding to the Boxing Day tsunami disaster in Aceh, Indonesia: Western and South Australian contributions.
Andrew Pearce, Paul Mark, Norman Gray, Chris Curry. Emerg Med Australas 2006
13
57


Worldwide disaster medical response: an historical perspective.
Saqib I Dara, Rendell W Ashton, J Christopher Farmer, Paul K Carlton. Crit Care Med 2005
42
57

Team Echo: Observations and Lessons Learned in the Recovery Phase of the 2004 Asian Tsunami.
Franklin H G Bridgewater, Edward T Aspinall, Joy P M Booth, Roger A Capps, Hugh J M Grantham, Andrew P Pearce, Brett K Ritchie. Prehosp Disaster Med 2006
10
42


Education and training of Australian disaster medical assistance team members: results of a national survey.
Peter Aitken, Peter A Leggat, Andrew G Robertson, Hazel Harley, Richard Speare, Muriel G Leclercq. Prehosp Disaster Med 2011
14
42

Team Echo: observations and lessons learned in the recovery phase of the 2004 Asian tsunami.
Franklin H G Bridgewater, Edward T Aspinall, Joy P M Booth, Roger A Capps, Hugh J M Grantham, Andrew P Pearce, Brett K Ritchie. Prehosp Disaster Med 2006
13
42

A new look at disaster medical assistance teams.
S Moore, E Blasser. Mil Med 1991
8
42



Emerging issues and future needs in humanitarian assistance.
M J VanRooyen, S Hansch, D Curtis, G Burnham. Prehosp Disaster Med 2001
13
28

Preparing international relief workers for health care in the field: an evaluation of organizational practices.
R T Moresky, M J Eliades, M A Bhimani, E B Bunney, M J VanRooyen. Prehosp Disaster Med 2001
15
28



Effective models for medical and health response coordination: summary and action plan.
A A Aziz, H T Chi, W Dauphinee, D Davenport, R Gonzales, H Jaeger, G V Kipor, C A Mares, R P Shrestha, K Yoshinaga. Prehosp Disaster Med 2001
6
33

Telehealth and communication technologies in health: summary and action plan.
S Braham, P Brownsword, H Delooz, J Flanagan, D Jorgenson, R E Landers, D Mathew, D McLeod, G Miller, R Nadeau,[...]. Prehosp Disaster Med 2001
3
66

After the tsunami--facing the public health challenges.
Michael VanRooyen, Jennifer Leaning. N Engl J Med 2005
35
28

Sharing Pacific-Rim experiences in disasters: summary and action plan.
E H Arias, Y Asai, J C Chen, H K Cheng, N Ishii, T Kinugasa, P C Ko, Y Koido, Y Murayama, P W Kwong,[...]. Prehosp Disaster Med 2001
2
100


A multidisciplinary field hospital as a substitute for medical hospital care in the aftermath of an earthquake: the experience of the Israeli Defense Forces Field Hospital in Duzce, Turkey, 1999.
Yaron Bar-Dayan, Adi Leiba, Pinar Beard, David Mankuta, Dan Engelhart, Yftah Beer, Mauryzio Lynn, Yuval Weiss, Giora Martonovits, Paul Benedek,[...]. Prehosp Disaster Med 2005
27
28


Disaster management teams.
Susan M Briggs. Curr Opin Crit Care 2005
26
28

Project HOPE volunteers and the Navy Hospital Ship Mercy.
Harold L Timboe, G Richard Holt. Mil Med 2006
11
28

Complex humanitarian emergencies: a major global health challenge.
R J Brennan, R Nandy. Emerg Med (Fremantle) 2001
51
28



Professionalization and credentialing.
Marvin L Birnbaum. Prehosp Disaster Med 2005
9
28

Logistic support provided to Australian disaster medical assistance teams: results of a national survey of team members.
Peter Aitken, Peter Leggat, Hazel Harley, Richard Speare, Muriel Leclercq. Emerg Health Threats J 2012
4
50

Pre- and post-deployment health support provided to Australian disaster medical assistance team members: results of a national survey.
Peter Aitken, Peter Leggat, Andrew Robertson, Hazel Harley, Richard Speare, Muriel Leclercq. Travel Med Infect Dis 2009
9
28

Climate extremes: observations, modeling, and impacts.
D R Easterling, G A Meehl, C Parmesan, S A Changnon, T R Karl, L O Mearns. Science 2000
918
14



Excess hospital admissions during the July 1995 heat wave in Chicago.
J C Semenza, J E McCullough, W D Flanders, M A McGeehin, J R Lumpkin. Am J Prev Med 1999
312
14

Heat-related mortality--Chicago, July 1995.
. MMWR Morb Mortal Wkly Rep 1995
54
14


Morbidity and mortality associated with the July 1980 heat wave in St Louis and Kansas City, Mo.
T S Jones, A P Liang, E M Kilbourne, M R Griffin, P A Patriarca, S G Wassilak, R J Mullan, R F Herrick, H D Donnell, K Choi,[...]. JAMA 1982
189
14


An analysis of the heat deaths in St. Louis during July, 1966.
A Henschel, L L Burton, L Margolies, J E Smith. Am J Public Health Nations Health 1969
61
14



Risk factors for heatstroke. A case-control study.
E M Kilbourne, K Choi, T S Jones, S B Thacker. JAMA 1982
176
14

Mortality in Chicago attributed to the July 1995 heat wave.
S Whitman, G Good, E R Donoghue, N Benbow, W Shou, S Mou. Am J Public Health 1997
197
14

Heat-related deaths--United States, 1993.
. MMWR Morb Mortal Wkly Rep 1993
8
14

Air-conditioning and mortality in hot weather.
E Rogot, P D Sorlie, E Backlund. Am J Epidemiol 1992
66
14

Heat wave mortality in New York City, 1949 to 1970.
M Marmor. Arch Environ Health 1975
38
14

Heat-related mortality during a 1999 heat wave in Chicago.
Mary P Naughton, Alden Henderson, Maria C Mirabelli, Reinhard Kaiser, John L Wilhelm, Stephanie M Kieszak, Carol H Rubin, Michael A McGeehin. Am J Prev Med 2002
200
14




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