Periodical (Journal)

ISSN  :   2588-994X ( Online )   |   2589-1375 ( Print )   Active

Aim & Scope
Australasian Emergency Care is an international peer-reviewed journal dedicated to supporting emergency nurses, physicians, paramedics and other professionals in advancing the science and practice of emergency care, wherever it is delivered. As the official journal of the College of Emergency Nursing Australasia (CENA), Australasian Emergency Care is a conduit for clinical, applied, and theoretical research and knowledge that advances the science and practice of emergency care in original, innovative and challenging ways. The journal serves as a leading voice for the emergency care community, reflecting its inter-professional diversity, and the importance of collaboration and shared decision-making to achieve quality patient outcomes. It is strongly focussed on advancing the patient experience and quality of care across the emergency care continuum, spanning the pre-hospital, hospital and post-hospital settings within Australasia and beyond. [1]

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(  2005  -  2017  ) Australasian Emergency Nursing Journal (AENJ)    (  2018  -  9999  ) Australasian Emergency Care
2020 - VOLUME 23, ISSUE 2
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Thai family caregivers' experiences helping dependent elders during medical emergencies: a qualitative study.

T Soontorn , P Pongtriang , P Songwathana

Australasian Emergency Care, 2020 - VOLUME 23, ISSUE 2, pp 71-76.

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Immunisation status screening in the emergency department: Why are we forgetting the elderly?

H Zaouk , JJ Green , J Leask

Australasian Emergency Care, 2020 - VOLUME 23, ISSUE 2, pp 84-89.

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A comparison of major trauma patient transport destination in metropolitan Perth, Western Australia.

E Brown , H Tohira , P Bailey , ... , J Finn

Australasian Emergency Care, 2020 - VOLUME 23, ISSUE 2, pp 90-96.

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Determining the priorities for change in paediatric trauma care delivery in NSW, Australia.

K Curtis , B Kennedy , AJA Holland , ... , M Dinh

Australasian Emergency Care, 2020 - VOLUME 23, ISSUE 2, pp 97-104.

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The epidemiology of emergency presentations for falls from height across Western Victoria, Australia.

KL Holloway-Kew , TR Baker , MA Sajjad , ... , JA Pasco

Australasian Emergency Care, 2020 - VOLUME 23, ISSUE 2, pp 119-125.

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Frontline barriers to effective paramedic and emergency nursing STEMI management: clinician perspectives.

LK Martin , VJ Lewis , D Clark , ... , O Farouque

Australasian Emergency Care, 2020 - VOLUME 23, ISSUE 2, pp 126-136.

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