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Allen, Tammy, and Spencer, Rosalie (2023) Barriers and Enablers to Using an Emergency Operations Center in Public Health Emergency Management: A Scoping Review. Disaster Medicine and Public Health Preparedness, 17 (11). e407.

Adegboye, Oyelola A., Alele, Faith O., Castellanos, Maru E., Pak, Anton, and Emeto, Theophilus I. (2023) Editorial: Environmental stressors, multi-hazards and their impact on health. Frontiers in Public Health, 11. 1231955.

Allen, Tammy, Crouch, Alan, Russell, Tanya L., and Topp, Stephanie M. (2023) Factors influencing the community participation approaches used in Aedes mosquito management in the Torres Strait, Australia. BMC Public Health, 23. 1993.

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Bauer, Irmgard (2023) The oral repellent – Whatever happened to it? Travel Medicine and Infectious Disease, 54. 102617.

Barker, Ruth, Malpass, Andrée, and West, Caryn (2022) The lived experience of sheltering for individuals with disabilities during severe tropical cyclones in northern Queensland, Australia. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, 82. 103326.

Burns, Penelope L., FitzGerald, Gerard J., Hu, Wendy C., Aitken, Peter, and Douglas, Kirsty A. (2021) General practitioners' roles in disaster health management: perspectives of disaster managers. Prehospital and Disaster Medicine, 37 (1). pp. 124-131.

Bozkurt, Veysel, Dawes, Glenn, Gülerce, Hakan, and Westenbroek, Patricia (2021) The Societal Impacts of Covid-19: a transnational perspective. Istanbul University Press, Istanbul, Turkey.

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Corwin, Andrew, Plipat, Tanarak, Phetsouvanh, Rattanaxay, Mayxay, Mayfong, Xangsayarath, Phonepadith, Quynh Mai, Le Thi, Oum, Sophal, and Kuddus, Md Abdul (2021) The Impact of Preparedness in Defying COVID-19 Pandemic Expectations in the Lower Mekong Region: A Case Study. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 104 (4). pp. 1519-1525.

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Degeling, C., Williams, J., Carter, S.M., Moss, R., Massey, P., Gilbert, G.L., Shih, P., Braunack-Mayer, A., Crooks, K., Brown, D., and McVernon, J. (2021) Priority allocation of pandemic influenza vaccines in Australia - recommendations of 3 community juries. Vaccine, 39 (2). pp. 255-262.

Dawes, Glenn, and Broadfield, Kirstie (2021) Risking a New Underclass: young Australians, broken transitions and the pandemic. In: Bozkurt, Veysel, Dawes, Glenn, Gulerce, Hakan, and Westenbroek, Patricia, (eds.) The Societal Impacts of Covid-19: a transnational perspective. Istanbul University Press, Istanbul, Turkey, pp. 17-28.

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Eastwood, Keith, Graves, Stephen R., Massey, Peter D., Bosward, Katrina, van den Berg, Debra, and Hutchinson, Penny (2018) Q fever: a rural disease with potential urban consequences. Australian Journal of General Practice, 47 (3). pp. 112-116.

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Franklin, Richard C., Mason, Hannah, King, Jemma C., Peden, Amy E., Nairn, John, Miller, Lauren, Watt, Kerrianne, and Fitzgerald, Gerry (2023) Heatwaves and mortality in Queensland 2010–2019: implications for a homogenous state-wide approach. International Journal of Biometeorology, 67. pp. 503-515.

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Gurtner, Yetta, King, Jemma, Devine, Sue, Leggat, Peter, Swinbourne, Anne, and Franklin, Richard (2023) Enhancing Awareness and Use of Personal Protective Equipment in Community Disaster Recovery. In: Abstracts from 14th World Conference on Injury Prevention & Safety Promotion. 361. p. 121. From: Safety 2022: 14th World Conference on Injury Prevention & Safety Promotion, 27-30 November 2022, Adelaide, SA, Australia.

Gibbs, Lisa, Jehangir, Hamza bin, Leung Kwong, Edwin Jit, and Little, Adrian (2022) Universities and multiple disaster scenarios: A transformative framework for disaster resilient universities. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, 78. 103132.

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Hamilton, Kyra, Smith, Stephanie R., Wright, Charlene, Buchhorn, Yvette Miriam, and Peden, Amy E. (2022) Predicting and Changing Intentions to Avoid Driving into Urban Flash Flooding. Water, 14 (21). 3477.

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Lyu, Shiyang, Adegboye, Oyelola, Adhinugraha, Kiki, Emeto, Theophilus I., and Taniar, David (2023) Unlocking Insights: Analysing COVID-19 Lockdown Policies and Mobility Data in Victoria, Australia, through a Data-Driven Machine Learning Approach. Data, 9 (1). 3.

Luke, Jenny, Franklin, Richard C., Dyson, Joanne, and Aitken, Peter (2023) Building Toward a Disaster Resilient Health System: A Study of Hospital Resilience. Disaster Medicine and Public Health Preparedness, 17. E219.

Leung, Hoi Ting, Chew, Peter K.H., and Caltabiano, Nerina J. (2022) Understanding pandemic behaviours in Singapore – Application of the Terror Management Health Model. Australasian Journal of Disaster and Trauma Studies, 26 (3). pp. 131-140.

Luke, Jenny, Franklin, Richard, Aitken, Peter, and Dyson, Joanne (2021) Safer hospital infrastructure assessments for socio-natural disaster - a scoping review. Prehospital and Disaster Medicine, 36 (5). pp. 627-635.

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Mason, Hannah M., King, Jemma C., Peden, Amy E., Watt, Kerrianne, Bosley, Emma, Fitzgerald, Gerard, Nairn, John, Miller, Lauren, Mandalios, Nicole, and Franklin, Richard C. (2023) Determining the Impact of Heatwaves on Emergency Ambulance Calls in Queensland: A Retrospective Population-Based Study. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 20 (6). 4875.

Montgomery, Jasmine, Liang, Zhanming, and Lloyd, Janice (2023) A Scoping Review of Forced Separation Between People and Their Companion Animals. Anthrozoos. (In Press)

McCalman, Janya, Caelli, Nicole, Travers, Helen, Graham, Veronica, and Hunter, Ernest (2023) Towards best practice during COVID-19: A responsive and relational program with remote schools to enhance the wellbeing of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students. School Psychology International, 44 (2). pp. 214-235.

Molassiotis, Alex, Guo, Chunlan, West, Caryn, and Loke, Alice Yuen (2022) Identifying the priorities in nursing research on disaster management: A Delphi study and international survey. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, 74. 102935.

Murray, Eleanor J., Mason, Matt, Sparke, Vanessa, and Zimmerman, Peta-Anne P. (2021) Factors influencing health care workers' willingness to respond to duty during infectious disease outbreaks and bioterrorist events: an integrative review. Prehospital and Disaster Medicine, 36 (3). pp. 321-337.

Mostafanezhad, Mary, Cheer, Joseph M, and Sin, Harng Luh (2020) Geopolitical anxieties of tourism: (Im)mobilities of the COVID-19 pandemic. Dialogues in Human Geography, 10 (2). pp. 182-186.

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Punzalan, Jaime Kristoffer, Guingona, Monserrat, Gregorio, Elgie, Ferraren, Jhufel, Mark, Mark Anthony, Valaquio, Marvin, Arnuco, Floro Dave, Punzalan, Mary Germeyn, Arciaga, Rosemarie, Woolley, Torres, Kunting, Afdal, Miravite, Dulce Amor, and Cristobal, Fortunato (2024) Telehealth program for symptomatic COVID-19 patients in Mindanao, Philippines: a whole-of-system, pragmatic interventional study on patient monitoring from isolation facilities to community reintegration. International Journal for Equity in Health, 23. 20.

Peden, Amy E., Mason, Hannah M., King, Jemma Chandal, and Franklin, Richard Charles (2023) Examining the relationship between heatwaves and fatal drowning: A case study from Queensland, Australia. Injury Prevention, 30 (1). pp. 7-13.

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Rajan, Rachana, and Topp, Steph (2022) Accountability mechanisms of inquiries and investigations into Australian governments’ responses to the COVID-19 pandemic. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 46 (4). pp. 488-494.

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Speck, Peter, Mackenzie, Jason, Bull, Rowena A., Slobedman, Barry, Drummer, Heidi, Fraser, Johanna, Herrero, Lara, Helbig, Karla, Londrigan, Sarah, Moseley, Gregory, Prow, Natalie, Hansman, Grant, Edwards, Robert, Ahlenstiel, Chantelle, Abendroth, Allison, Tscharke, David, Hobson-Peters, Jody, Kriiger-Loterio, Robson, Parry, Rhys, Marsh, Glenn, Harding, Emma, Jacques, David A., Gartner, Matthew J., Lee, Wen Shi, McAuley, Julie, Vaz, Paola, Sainsbury, Frank, Tate, Michelle D., Sinclair, Jane, Imrie, Allison, Rawlinson, Stephen, Harman, Andrew, Carr, Jillian M., Monson, Ebony A., Hibma, Merilyn, Mahony, Timothy J., Tu, Thomas, Center, Robert J., Shrestha, Lok Bahadur, Hall, Robyn, Warner, Morgyn, Ward, Vernon, Anderson, Danielle E., Eyre, Nicholas S., Netzler, Natalie E., Peel, Alison J., Revill, Peter, Beard, Michael, Legione, Alistair R., Spencer, Alexandra J., Idris, Adi, Forwood, Jade, Sarker, Subir, Purcell, Damian F.J., Bartlett, Nathan, Deerain, Joshua M., Brew, Bruce J., Asgari, Sassan, Farrell, Helen, Khromykh, Alexander, Enosi Tuipulotu, Daniel, Anderson, David, Mese, Sevim, Tayyar, Yaman, Edenborough, Kathryn, Uddin, Jasim Muhammad, Hussain, Abrar, Daymond, Connor J.I., Agius, Jacinta, Johnson, Karyn N., Shirmast, Paniz, Abedinzadeshahri, Mahdi, MacDiarmid, Robin, Ashley, Caroline L., Laws, Jay, Furfaro, Lucy L., Burton, Thomas D., Johnson, Stephen M.R., Telikani, Zahra, Petrone, Mary, Roby, Justin A., Samer, Carolyn, Suhrbier, Andreas, Van Der Kamp, April, Cunningham, Anthony, Donato, Celeste, Mahar, Jackie, Black, Wesley D., Vasudevan, Subhash, Lenchine, Roman, Spann, Kirsten, Rawle, Daniel J., Rudd, Penny, Neil, Jessica, Kingston, Richard, Newsome, Timothy P., Kim, Ki Wook, Mak, Johnson, Lowry, Kym, Bryant, Nathan, Meers, Joanne, Roberts, Jason A., McMillan, Nigel, Labzin, Larisa I., Slonchak, Andrii, Hugo, Leon E., Henzeler, Bennett, Newton, Natalee D., David, Cassandra T., Reading, Patrick C., Esneau, Camille, Briody, Tatiana, Nasr, Najla, McNeale, Donna, McSharry, Brian, Fakhri, Omid, Horsburgh, Bethany A., Logan, Grant, Howley, Paul, and Young, Paul (2023) Statement in Support of: “Virology under the Microscope—a Call for Rational Discourse”. mBio, 14 (3). e0081523.

Scovell, Mitchell, McShane, Connar, Swinbourne, Anne, and Smith, Daniel (2022) Rethinking risk perception and its importance for explaining natural hazard preparedness behavior. Risk Analysis, 42 (3). pp. 450-469.

Scovell, Mitchell Dean (2020) Investigating the psychological factors that influence cyclone mitigation behaviour. PhD thesis, James Cook University.

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Topp, Stephanie M. (2022) COVID-19 and global health systems. In: Sims, Kearrin, Banks, Nicola, Engel, Susan, Hodge, Paul, Makuwira, Jonathan, Nakamura, Naohiro, Rigg, Jonathan, Salamanca, Albert, and Yeophantong, Pichamon, (eds.) The Routledge Handbook of Global Development. Routledge International Handbooks . Routledge, Abingdon, UK, pp. 455-468.

Teague, Samantha J., Shatte, Adrian B.R., Weller, Emmelyn, Fuller-tyszkiewicz, Matthew, and Hutchinson, Delyse M. (2022) Methods and Applications of Social Media Monitoring of Mental Health During Disasters: Scoping Review. JMIR Mental Health, 9 (2). e33058.

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Van de Straat, Bram, Russell, Tanya L., Staunton, Kyran M., Sinka, Marianne E., and Burkot, Thomas R. (2021) A global assessment of surveillance methods for dominant malaria vectors. Scientific Reports, 11. 15337.

Visser, Hannah, Passey, Megan, Walke, Emma, and Devlin, Sue (2019) Screening for latent tuberculosis infection by an Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Service, New South Wales, Australia, 2015. Western Pacific Surveillance and Response, 10 (4).

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