A citation-based method for searching scientific literature

Alan A Garner, Ken Harrison. Emerg Med Australas 2006
Times Cited: 15







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66 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
66

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
61



Worldwide disaster medical response: an historical perspective.
Saqib I Dara, Rendell W Ashton, J Christopher Farmer, Paul K Carlton. Crit Care Med 2005
42
40

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
33

Complex humanitarian emergencies: a major global health challenge.
R J Brennan, R Nandy. Emerg Med (Fremantle) 2001
49
33

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
55

A new look at disaster medical assistance teams.
S Moore, E Blasser. Mil Med 1991
8
62


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
40

Responding to international disasters.
Susan Campbell. Nurs Stand 2005
6
66


Emerging issues and future needs in humanitarian assistance.
M J VanRooyen, S Hansch, D Curtis, G Burnham. Prehosp Disaster Med 2001
13
30


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
30

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
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
50





A national framework for disaster health education in Australia.
Gerard J FitzGerald, Peter Aitken, Paul Arbon, Frank Archer, David Cooper, Peter Leggat, Colin Myers, Andrew Robertson, Michael Tarrant, Elinor R Davis. Prehosp Disaster Med 2010
18
20


Professionalization and credentialing.
Marvin L Birnbaum. Prehosp Disaster Med 2005
9
33

Black Saturday: the immediate impact of the February 2009 bushfires in Victoria, Australia.
Peter A Cameron, Biswadev Mitra, Mark Fitzgerald, Carlos D Scheinkestel, Andrew Stripp, Chris Batey, Louise Niggemeyer, Melinda Truesdale, Paul Holman, Rishi Mehra,[...]. Med J Aust 2009
34
20



Natural disasters.
Anthony D Redmond. BMJ 2005
21
13

Disaster surge planning in Australia: measuring the immeasurable.
Andrew G Robertson, David M Cooper. Med J Aust 2007
6
33

Multidisciplinary team interaction: summary and Action Plan.
B Brink, R Bugslag, B Gonz├ílez Del Castillo, P Hastings, G V Kipor, S W Lee, C B Lo, L Poles, P Robinson, E L Ronquillo,[...]. Prehosp Disaster Med 2001
5
40


A strategic plan for disaster medicine in Australasia.
David A Bradt, Ken Abraham, Rodney Franks. Emerg Med (Fremantle) 2003
17
13

Disaster medical assistance teams: what psychosocial support is needed?
Garry Stevens, Simon Byrne, Beverley Raphael, Richard Ollerton. Prehosp Disaster Med 2008
8
25

Ensuring the health and safety of civilian disaster medical assistance teams.
Peter A Leggat, Peter Aitken. Travel Med Infect Dis 2007
5
40

Is the Australian hospital system adequately prepared for terrorism?
Jeffrey V Rosenfeld, Mark Fitzgerald, Thomas Kossmann, Andrew Pearce, Anthony Joseph, Gim Tan, Michele Gardner, Shmuel Shapira. Med J Aust 2005
27
13

Challenges of international disaster relief: use of a deployable rapid assembly shelter and surgical hospital.
Patricia J Owens, Anthony Forgione, Susan Briggs. Disaster Manag Response 2005
29
13


Frequency of post-traumatic stress disorder among relief force workers after the tsunami in Asia: do rescuers become victims?
Erol Armagan, Zulfi Engindeniz, Ali Onder Devay, Bulent Erdur, Alis Ozcakir. Prehosp Disaster Med 2006
40
13


Application of international standards to disasters: summary and action plan.
A Beck, C P Belgica, J Blatherwick, L A Brunet, N E Hardy, P Kendall, O Kunii, W Lokey, G Sansom, R Stewart. Prehosp Disaster Med 2001
2
100

The road ahead.
X R Leus. Prehosp Disaster Med 2000
2
100

The Sri Lanka tsunami experience.
Seiji Yamada, Ravindu P Gunatilake, Timur M Roytman, Sarath Gunatilake, Thushara Fernando, Lalan Fernando. Disaster Manag Response 2006
15
13


Military assistance in complex emergencies: what have we learned since the Kurdish relief effort?
T W Sharp, J M Wightman, M J Davis, S S Sherman, F M Burkle. Prehosp Disaster Med 2001
8
25

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
13

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



Co-cited is the co-citation frequency, indicating how many articles cite the article together with the query article. Similarity is the co-citation as percentage of the times cited of the query article or the article in the search results, whichever is the lowest. These numbers are calculated for the last 100 citations when articles are cited more than 100 times.