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Ryan, James M.

Conflict and Catastrophe Medicine

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Table of contents

Part I. The Disaster and Conflict Environment

1. New Paradigms: The World in the Twenty-First Century – European Perspective
James M. Ryan, Adriaan P. C. C. Hopperus Buma

2. New Paradigms: The World in the Twenty-First Century – A US Perspective
Charles W. Beadling, Norman M. Rich

3. The Spectrum of Conflict
Alan Hawley

4. The Players: Humanitarian Organisations and Their Coordination in Humanitarian Assistance
Maria Kett, Alexander Tulleken

5. The Players: Private Military and Security Companies (PMSCs) in the Humanitarian Space
James Grant

6. Medical Ethics in Disasters
Edmund G. Howe

7. Medicine at High Altitudes
Sundeep Dhillon

8. Medical Support of Special Operations
Frank K. Butler, Charles W. Beadling

9. Terrorism 101
Zygmunt F. Dembek

Part II. Disasters, Public Health, and Populations

10. Disasters: An Overview
Anthony D. Redmond

11. Disasters: The London Bombings, 7th of July 2005: Forward Medical Response
Steven A. Bland

12. Responding to Acute Humanitarian Crises: Health Needs Assessment and Priorities for Intervention
Aroop Mozumder, Egbert Sondorp

13. Responding to Acute Humanitarian Crises: The Role of Health System Levers in Response, Recovery and Rebuilding to Protect Population Health
Claire Bayntun

14. Responding to Acute Humanitarian Crises: Health Planning in Action “Operation Phoenix” – A British Medical Aid Programme to Sarajevo
Anthony D. Redmond, John F. Navein

15. Responding to Acute Humanitarian Crises: Health Care of Prisoners and Detainees
Maarten J. J. Hoejenbos, Adriaan P. C. C. Hopperus Buma

16. Standards of Care in Catastrophic Emergencies
Dan Hanfling, Craig H. Llewellyn

17. Programme Management and Assessment
Kevin F. Riley, Sharon L. Jankosky, Charles W. Beadling

18. Surveillance and Control of Communicable Disease in Conflicts and Disasters
Timothy D. Healing

19. The Sword of Damocles: Whither the Next Pandemic
Robert F. DeFraites

Part III. Living and Working in Austere Environments

20. Getting There and Being Involved: Getting Involved
Steve Mannion

21. Getting There and Being Involved: Team Building and Maintenance
Kenneth I. Roberts

22. Safety and Security: Staying Safe and Effective-In a Humanitarian Context (Or as Safe as Is Reasonably Possible when You Know You Should Have Stayed at Home!)
Garry M. Vardon-Smith

23. Safety and Security: Thinking Ballistic – Aspects of Protection
Kenneth I. Roberts

24. Safety and Security: Mines and Weapons Awareness
Kenneth I. Roberts

25. Safety and Security: Health Risk Management – A Tool for Planning Force Health Protection
Martin C. M. Bricknell, Gareth Moore

26. Applied Communications for Medical Professionals in Conflict and Catastrophe Situations
F. J. A. Meeteren

27. Psychosocial and Mental Health Care for the Deployed Staff of Rescue, Professional First Response and Aid Agencies, NGOs and Military Organisations
Richard Williams, Neil Greenberg

Part IV. Hospitals and Health Systems

28. Conflict Recovery: Health Systems in Transition
James M. Ryan, Jessica Tucker, David MacGarty

29. Eating an Elephant: Intervening in Hospitals (Pristina)
Anthony D. Redmond

30. Military Medical Contribution to Indigenous (Military and Civilian) Health Sector Development (HSD) Within Security and Stabilisation Operations
Martin C. M. Bricknell

31. Military Health Services Support in Conflict
Martin C. M. Bricknell

32. Evacuation and Transportation
David L. Bruce

33. Deployed Field Hospitals in the Twenty-First Century
David M. Nott

Part V. Clinical Care

34. Acute Problems and Emergency Surgery: Introduction – Scene-Setting
Walter Henny, David M. Nott

35. Acute Problems and Emergency Surgery: Triage and Acute Care
Walter Henny, David M. Nott

36. Acute Problems and Emergency Surgery: Ballistics and Blast
Ralph J. Wit, David M. Nott

37. Acute Problems and Emergency Surgery: Tropical Diseases
Pieter-Paul A. M. Thiel, Adriaan P. C. C. Hopperus Buma

38. Acute Problems and Emergency Surgery: Climate – Hot and Cold (An Aide)
James M. Ryan, Adriaan P. C. C. Hopperus Buma

39. Acute Problems and Emergency Surgery: Envenomations: Bites and Stings
Steven A. Bland

40. Acute Problems and Emergency Surgery: Head Injury
Andrew I. R. Maas, Walter Henny

41. Acute Problems and Emergency Surgery: Dental, Maxillofacial, Eye, and ENT
Jan L. N. Roodenburg

42. Acute Problems and Emergency Surgery: Abdominal Complaints and Acute Surgical Emergencies
Walter Henny, David M. Nott

43. Acute Problems and Emergency Surgery: Soft Tissues and Skeleton
Ralph J. Wit, David M. Nott

44. Acute Problems and Emergency Surgery: Surgery in the Tropics
David M. Nott

45. Acute Problems and Emergency Surgery: Anaesthesia and Analgesia
Christiaan P. Bleeker

46. Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) Casualty Management Principles
Steven A. Bland

47. Women’s Health
Brigid Hayden, Charles W. F. M. Cox

48. The Care of Children in Complex Humanitarian Emergencies and Disasters
Patrick Hickey

49. The Psychosocial and Mental Health of People Who Are Affected by Conflict, Catastrophes, Terrorism, Adversity and Displacement
Richard Williams, Verity J. Kemp, David A. Alexander

Part VI. Resources

50. Preparing to Deploy: Materials and Information
Jessica Tucker, David MacGarty, Adriaan P. C. C. Hopperus Buma

51. Diagnostic Laboratories, Rapid Diagnostic Tests, and Collecting and Handling Diagnostic Specimens
Timothy D. Healing

52. Enablers and Confounders: Achieving the Mission
Ken N. A. Millar

53. The Military Approach to Medical Planning
Martin C. M. Bricknell

54. Accreditation in Field Medicine
Ken N. A. Millar

55. Humanitarian Work in the Era of Modernising Medical Careers
Jessica Tucker

56. Code of Behaviour
James M. Ryan, Adriaan P. C. C. Hopperus Buma

Keywords: Medicine & Public Health, Emergency Medicine, Traumatic Surgery, Surgical Orthopedics, Intensive / Critical Care Medicine, Nursing

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Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2014
Language
en
Edition
3
Page amount
32 pages
Category
Medicine, Health Care, Mode
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9781447129271

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