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2015Alcopops, taxation and harm: a segmented time series analysis of emergency department presentationsDinh, Michael; Haber, Paul; Byrnes, Joshua; Cretikos, Michelle; Gale, Marianne; Hayen, A; MacIntyre, C Raina; Morton, Patricia; Muscatello, David; Shakeshaft, Anthony; Central Clinical School: Medicine; Central Clinical School: Addiction MedicineAlcopops, taxation and harm: a segmented time series analysis of emergency department presentations, BMC Public Health, vol.15, 1, 2015,pp 468-N/A
2016Demand for Emergency Services Trends in New South Wales Years 2010-2014 (DESTINY): Age and Clinical Factors Associated with Ambulance Transportation to Emergency DepartmentsBerendsen Russell, Saartje; Dinh, Michael; Ivers, Rebecca; Nagaraj, Guruprasad; Paoloni, Richard; Bein, Kendall; Chalkley, Dane R; Muecke, Sandy; Muscatello, David; Faculty of Nursing & Midwifery; Central Clinical School: Medicine; The George Institute for Global Health; Northern Clinical School: Medicine; Concord Clinical School: MedicineDemand for Emergency Services Trends in New South Wales Years 2010-2014 (DESTINY): Age and Clinical Factors Associated with Ambulance Transportation to Emergency Departments, Prehospital Emergency Care, vol.20, 6, 2016,pp 776-782
2017Feeling the HEAT: Using Hourly Emergency Activity Tracking to demonstrate a novel method of describing activity and patient flowBein, Kendall; Berendsen Russell, Saartje; Chalkley, Dane; Dinh, Michael; Ivers, Rebecca; Muscatello, David; NH&MRC Clinical Trials Centre; Faculty of Nursing & Midwifery; Central Clinical School: Medicine; Central Clinical School: Medicine; The George Institute for Global HealthFeeling the HEAT: Using Hourly Emergency Activity Tracking to demonstrate a novel method of describing activity and patient flow, Emergency Medicine Australasia, vol.29, 2, 2017,pp 173-177
2014Inaccurate Ascertainment of Morbidity and Mortality due to Influenza in Administrative Databases: A Population-Based Record Linkage StudySintchenko, Vitali; Amin, Janaki; Gilmour, Robin; MacIntyre, Chandini Raina; Muscatello, David; Newall, Anthony; Rawlinson, William D; Thackway, Sarah; Western Clinical School: Medicine (Westmead)Inaccurate Ascertainment of Morbidity and Mortality due to Influenza in Administrative Databases: A Population-Based Record Linkage Study, PLoS One, vol.9, 5, 2014,pp 1-12
2013Mortality Attributable to Seasonal and Pandemic Influenza, Australia, 2003 to 2009, Using a Novel Time Series Smoothing ApproachDwyer, Dominic; MacIntyre, Raina; Muscatello, David; Newall, Anthony; Western Clinical School: Medicine (Westmead)Mortality Attributable to Seasonal and Pandemic Influenza, Australia, 2003 to 2009, Using a Novel Time Series Smoothing Approach, PLoS One, vol.8, 6, 2013,pp 1-11
2016Statewide retrospective study of low acuity emergency presentations in New South Wales, Australia: who, what, where and why?Berendsen Russell, Saartje; Dinh, Michael; Ivers, Rebecca; Paoloni, Richard; Bein, Kendall; Chalkley, Dane R; Muscatello, David; Faculty of Nursing & Midwifery; Central Clinical School: Medicine; The George Institute for Global Health; Concord Clinical School: MedicineStatewide retrospective study of low acuity emergency presentations in New South Wales, Australia: who, what, where and why?, BMJ Open, vol.6, 5, 2016,pp 1-8
2016The Sydney Triage to Admission Risk Tool (START) to predict Emergency Department Disposition: A derivation and internal validation study using retrospective state-wide data from New South Wales, AustraliaBerendsen Russell, Saartje; Dinh, Michael; Ivers, Rebecca; Paoloni, Richard; Rogers, Kris; Bein, Kendall; Chalkley, Dane R; Hayman, Jon; Muscatello, David; Faculty of Nursing & Midwifery; Central Clinical School: Medicine; The George Institute for Global Health; Concord Clinical School: Medicine; School of Public Health: Public HealthThe Sydney Triage to Admission Risk Tool (START) to predict Emergency Department Disposition: A derivation and internal validation study using retrospective state-wide data from New South Wales, Australia, BMC Emergency Medicine, vol.16, 1, 2016,pp 1-7
2016Trends and characteristics of short-term and frequent representations to emergency departments: A population-based study from New South Wales, AustraliaBerendsen Russell, Saartje; Dinh, Michael; Ivers, Rebecca; Paoloni, Richard; Bein, Kendall; Chalkley, Dane R; Muscatello, David; Faculty of Nursing & Midwifery; Central Clinical School: Medicine; The George Institute for Global Health; Concord Clinical School: MedicineTrends and characteristics of short-term and frequent representations to emergency departments: A population-based study from New South Wales, Australia, Emergency Medicine Australasia, vol.28, 3, 2016,pp 307-312
2016Understanding drivers of Demand for Emergency Service Trends in Years 2010–2014 in New South Wales: An initial overview of the DESTINY projectBerendsen Russell, Saartje; Dinh, Michael; Ivers, Rebecca; Paoloni, Richard; Bein, Kendall; Chalkley, Dane R; Muscatello, David; Faculty of Nursing & Midwifery; Central Clinical School: Medicine; The George Institute for Global Health; Concord Clinical School: MedicineUnderstanding drivers of Demand for Emergency Service Trends in Years 2010–2014 in New South Wales: An initial overview of the DESTINY project, Emergency Medicine Australasia, vol.28, 2, 2016,pp 179-186