Paul Arbon
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Mass gathering events and reducing further global spread of COVID-19: a political and public health dilemma
B McCloskey, A Zumla, G Ippolito, L Blumberg, P Arbon, A Cicero, ...
The Lancet 395 (10230), 1096-1099, 2020
The menstrual disorder of teenagers (MDOT) study: determining typical menstrual patterns and menstrual disturbance in a large population‐based study of Australian teenagers
MA Parker, AE Sneddon, P Arbon
BJOG: An International Journal of Obstetrics & Gynaecology 117 (2), 185-192, 2010
Are nurses ready?: Disaster preparedness in the acute setting
K Chapman, P Arbon
Australasian Emergency Nursing Journal 11 (3), 135-144, 2008
Development and evaluation of ontology for intelligent decision support in medical emergency management for mass gatherings
PD Haghighi, F Burstein, A Zaslavsky, P Arbon
Decision Support Systems 54 (2), 1192-1204, 2013
Mass gathering medicine: a predictive model for patient presentation and transport rates
P Arbon, FHG Bridgewater, C Smith
Prehospital and disaster medicine 16 (3), 150-158, 2001
Mass-gathering medicine: a review of the evidence and future directions for research
P Arbon
Prehospital and disaster medicine 22 (2), 131-135, 2007
Emergency nurses and disaster response: an exploration of South Australian emergency nurses’ knowledge and perceptions of their roles in disaster response
KS Hammad, P Arbon, KM Gebbie
Australasian Emergency Nursing Journal 14 (2), 87-94, 2011
The development of conceptual models for mass-gathering health
P Arbon
Prehospital and Disaster Medicine 19 (3), 208-212, 2004
Understanding experience in nursing
P Arbon
Journal of Clinical Nursing 13 (2), 150-157, 2004
Nurses’ knowledge, attitudes, and professional use of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM): A survey at five metropolitan hospitals in Adelaide
SA Shorofi, P Arbon
Complementary therapies in clinical practice 16 (4), 229-234, 2010
Developing a model and tool to measure community disaster resilience
P Arbon
Australian Journal of Emergency Management, The 29 (4), 12-16, 2014
Chinese nurses' experience in the Wenchuan earthquake relief
YN Yang, LD Xiao, HY Cheng, JC Zhu, P Arbon
International nursing review 57 (2), 217-223, 2010
Australasian emergency nurses’ willingness to attend work in a disaster: a survey
P Arbon, J Ranse, L Cusack, J Considine, RZ Shaban, RJ Woodman, ...
Australasian emergency nursing journal 16 (2), 52-57, 2013
Complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) among Australian hospital-based nurses: knowledge, attitude, personal and professional use, reasons for use, CAM referrals, and …
SA Shorofi, P Arbon
Complementary therapies in clinical practice 27, 37-45, 2017
Nursing in the emergency department (ED) during a disaster: a review of the current literature
KS Hammad, P Arbon, K Gebbie, A Hutton
Australasian Emergency Nursing Journal 15 (4), 235-244, 2012
Forecasting medical work at mass-gathering events: predictive model versus retrospective review
KM Zeitz, CJ Zeitz, P Arbon
Prehospital and disaster medicine 20 (3), 164-168, 2005
The role of the breast care nurse during treatment for early breast cancer: the patient’s perspective
G Halkett, P Arbon, S Scutter, M Borg
Contemporary nurse 23 (1), 46-57, 2006
A survey of the practice of nurses’ skills in Wenchuan earthquake disaster sites: implications for disaster training
H Yin, H He, P Arbon, J Zhu
Journal of advanced nursing 67 (10), 2231-2238, 2011
Exploring staff willingness to attend work during a disaster: a study of nurses employed in four Australian emergency departments
P Arbon, L Cusack, J Ranse, RZ Shaban, J Considine, M Kako, ...
Australasian Emergency Nursing Journal 16 (3), 103-109, 2013
Australian nurses volunteering for the Sumatra-Andaman earthquake and tsunami of 2004: A review of experience and analysis of data collected by the Tsunami Volunteer Hotline
P Arbon, C Bobrowski, K Zeitz, C Hooper, J Williams, J Thitchener
Australasian Emergency Nursing Journal 9 (4), 171-178, 2006
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