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1 [GO] Journal of Emergency Management 2022―Mar―22 Recognizing and mitigating against COVID-19 consequence management impacts in emergency management organizations Michael Prasad, BBA, CEM®
2 [GO] Journal of Emergency Management 2022―Mar―22 Applying the novel IDEA model for instructional health risk and crisis communication to explore the effectiveness of the COVID-19 crisis communication in Cameroon Henry Ngenyam Bang, PhD
3 [GO] Journal of Emergency Management 2022―Mar―22 COVID-19 data driven planning: The SouthEast Texas approach Adam Lee, MS, Lori Upton, RN, BSN, MS, et al. (+4)
4 [GO] Journal of Emergency Management 2022―Mar―22 Nonprofit capacities and emergency management during the COVID-19 pandemic: Insights from a Taiwan-based international nonprofit organization Chin-Chang Tsai, PhD, ChiaKo Hung, PhD, Wei-Ning Wu, PhD
5 [GO] Journal of Emergency Management 2022―Mar―22 Biosafety and infectious disease occupational health training from the NIEHS Worker Training Program: A historical look at capacity building that supported a COVID-19 response Eric Persaud, DrPH, MEA, Deborah Weinstock, MS, Demia S. Wright, MPH
6 [GO] Journal of Emergency Management 2022―Mar―22 Innovative public health staff augmentation concepts during a global pandemic Valerie Beynon, MA, CEM, FPEM, Susan James, AA, et al. (+7)
7 [GO] Journal of Emergency Management 2022―Mar―22 Weaponizing mutual aid: Can a pandemic or biological attack turn our strongest emergency management tool against us? Benjamin Thomas Greer, JD
8 [GO] American Journal of Recreation Therapy 2022―Feb―07 Stress coping models and COVID-19 Lei Guo, PhD, LRT/CTRS, Ruixia Yan, PhD, CCC-SLP
9 [GO] American Journal of Recreation Therapy 2022―Feb―07 Stress coping models and COVID-19 Lei Guo, PhD, LRT/CTRS, Ruixia Yan, PhD, CCC-SLP
10 [GO] American Journal of Recreation Therapy 2022―Feb―07 Virtual recreation therapy internship during the COVID-19 pandemic: A programmatic review Alexandra Arpajian, MS, CTRS, LRT, Candace Ashton-Forrester, PhD, et al. (+12)
11 [GO] American Journal of Recreation Therapy 2022―Feb―07 Virtual recreation therapy internship during the COVID-19 pandemic: A programmatic review Alexandra Arpajian, MS, CTRS, LRT, Candace Ashton-Forrester, PhD, et al. (+12)
12 [GO] American Journal of Recreation Therapy 2022―Feb―07 Recreational therapy during a pandemic: Embracing telehealth Jennifer Piatt, PhD, CTRS, Courtney J. W. Fecske, PhD, CTRS, et al. (+9)
13 [GO] American Journal of Disaster Medicine 2021―Dec―14 Quarantine and isolation facility: A State Health Department’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic Appathurai Balamurugan, MD, DrPH, William Greenfield, MD, Michael Knox, et al. (+3)
14 [GO] American Journal of Disaster Medicine 2021―Dec―14 A Connecticut healthcare system’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic Jane Keating, MD, Lenworth Jacobs, MD, MPH, DSc, et al. (+10)
15 [GO] Journal of Opioid Management 2021―Dec―14 Telehealth acceptability and opioid prescribing patterns of providers of painful chronic diseases during the COVID-19 pandemic: A survey of sickle cell providers Martha O. Kenney, MD, Benjamin Becerra, DrPH; MBA, MPH, MS, et al. (+4)
16 [GO] Journal of Emergency Management 2021―Oct―28 Mind the gap: From recommendation to practice in crisis management. Exploring the gap between the “lessons identified” during exercise cygnus and the UK government response to COVID-19 Kevin Pollock, MBCI, Eve Coles, BSc (Hons), CertEd, FEPS
17 [GO] Journal of Emergency Management 2021―Oct―28 Social media in disaster response: COVID-19 and Bangladesh perspectives Musabber Ali Chisty, MDM, BDM, Nawshin Afrose, BDM, Mourupa Mohima, BDM
18 [GO] Journal of Emergency Management 2021―Oct―28 Were our hospitals prepared to face the COVID-19 epidemic? Roohangiz Norouzinia, PhD, Sima Feizolahzadeh, PhD, Fatemeh Rahimi, BScN, et al. (+5)
19 [GO] Journal of Emergency Management 2021―Oct―28 Impact of occupational exposure to COVID-19 on the physical and mental health of an essential workgroup: New York City transit workers Robyn R. Gershon, MHS, DrPH, Alexis A. Merdjanoff, PhD, Gabriella Y. Meltzer, et al. (+18)
20 [GO] Journal of Emergency Management 2021―Oct―28 Local emergency management social media use during the COVID-19 pandemic Sean Hildebrand, PhD, Brandon Waite, PhD
21 [GO] Journal of Emergency Management 2021―Oct―28 Feasibility study: Proposed alternative to N95 respirator during the personal protective equipment shortage from COVID-19 pandemic Ahel El Haj Chehade, MD, Jesintha Stephenson, MD, Evan Floyd, PhD, et al. (+12)
22 [GO] Journal of Emergency Management 2021―Oct―28 Communication strategies to facilitate emergency preparedness for Generation Z and college food pantries: Lessons from the COVID-19 pandemic Christine Cardinal, MPH, JD, Patrick Davis, PhD, Amanda Scarbrough, et al. (+4)
23 [GO] Journal of Emergency Management 2021―Oct―28 When emergencies and disasters collide: Lessons from the response to the Magna, Utah earthquake during the COVID-19 pandemic David A. McEntire, PhD
24 [GO] Journal of Emergency Management 2021―Oct―28 Difference in stress-related indicators between employees experiencing partial and complete lockdowns during the COVID-19 pandemic in Pakistan Anam Ali, MS, Sadia Abbas, MS, Ali Asad Khan, FCPS, et al. (+4)
25 [GO] Journal of Emergency Management 2021―Oct―28 More than technology: Experiences of Virtual Emergency Operations Centers (VEOCs) during the COVID-19 pandemic response in Canada Sarah Delisle, MA, Carolyn Dumbeck, MEmergMgt, Alison Poste, BA, et al. (+2)
26 [GO] Journal of Emergency Management 2021―Oct―28 Accountability, polarization, and federalism: Oversight during and after the COVID-19 pandemic* Nathan Myers, PhD, Tonya E. Thornton, PhD, MPPA
27 [GO] Journal of Emergency Management 2021―Oct―28 Psychosocial resilience: Challenges and facilitators for nurses from four New York City hospitals responding to the first wave of COVID-19, spring 2020: Qualitative findings from a mixed-methods study Nancy Van Devanter, DrPH, RN, MEd, FAAN, Victoria H. Raveis, et al. (+17)
28 [GO] Journal of Emergency Management 2021―Oct―28 Data-driven inferences of agency-level risk and response communication on COVID-19 through social media-based interactions Md Ashraf Ahmed, PhD Candidate, Arif Mohaimin Sadri, PhD, M. Hadi Amini, PhD, DEng
29 [GO] Journal of Emergency Management 2021―Oct―28 COVID-19: Exposing the need for emergency management to invest in systems thinking Ralph Renger, PhD, MEP
30 [GO] Journal of Emergency Management 2021―Oct―28 Government response to COVID-19: Gaps revealed Tom Barth, PhD, Kevin Staley, MPA, Chris Gonyar, MPA, et al. (+4)
31 [GO] American Journal of Disaster Medicine 2021―Aug―27 Simulating approaches to emergency department pandemic physician staffing during COVID-19 Rohit B. Sangal, MD, MBA, Arjun K. Venkatesh, MD, MBA, et al. (+10)
32 [GO] Journal of Emergency Management 2021―Aug―27 Burnout prevention pilot intervention for healthcare workers during COVID-19 Miranda Corpora, LMSW, Andres F. Leone, MD, Elena Liggett, LISW-CP
33 [GO] Journal of Emergency Management 2021―Aug―27 COVID-19 and Asian American college students: Discrimination, fear, and mental health Angela Chia-Chen Chen, PhD, RN, PMHNP-BC, SeungYong Han, PhD, et al. (+7)
34 [GO] Journal of Emergency Management 2021―Aug―27 Depression, anxiety, and stress among public university students in Bangladesh during the COVID-19 pandemic Md Mostafizur Rahman, PhD, Tanbir Amin, BSS, Saima Bintay Sultan, BSS, et al. (+5)
35 [GO] Journal of Opioid Management 2021―Aug―27 Review of the adaptations in opioid agonist treatment during the COVID-19 pandemic: Focus on buprenorphine-based treatment Abhishek Ghosh, MD, DM, Chandrima Naskar, MD, Fazl-e Roub, et al. (+6)
36 [GO] Journal of Emergency Management 2021―Aug―27 Social media for emergency messaging with youth and families during the coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic: Getting it right Heather M. Hilliard, MHA, MBA, CEM, CFM, Martha J. Ignaszewski, et al. (+7)
37 [GO] Journal of Emergency Management 2021―Aug―27 A systems approach for resources management during the COVID-19 pandemic: Multi-agency perspectives from New England Jeffrey C. Cegan, Benjamin D. Trump, Matthew D. Joyner, PhD, Kaitlin M. Volk, Melissa A. Surette, et al. (+5)
38 [GO] Journal of Emergency Management 2021―Jul―26 The mental state of Americans amid the COVID-19 crisis: How socially vulnerable populations face greater disparities during and after a crisis Elisabeth Dubois, MBA, Xiaojun (Jenny) Yuan, PhD
39 [GO] Journal of Emergency Management 2021―Jul―26 Burnout in the disaster response workforce: The impact of work roles and the COVID-19 pandemic Kelsey L. Merlo, PhD, Katrina M. Conen, BA, Blake Scott, MPH, et al. (+7)
40 [GO] Journal of Emergency Management 2021―Jul―26 How Right Now: The Role of Social Determinants of Health As They Relate to Emotional Well-Being Amidst the COVID-19 Pandemic Amelia Burke-Garcia, PhD, MA, Ashani Johnson-Turbes, PhD, Elizabeth W. Mitchell, et al. (+26)
41 [GO] Journal of Emergency Management 2021―Jul―26 Converging impact of the ongoing conflict and COVID-19 pandemic on mental health and substance use disorders in Ukraine Sonny S. Patel, MPH, MPhil, Oleksii Sukhovii, MD, Oleksandr Zvinchuk, et al. (+5)
42 [GO] Journal of Emergency Management 2021―Jul―26 Impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on mental health: potentially vulnerable groups and comorbidities Candice C. Johnson, PsyD, Mirela A. Aldea, PhD
43 [GO] Journal of Emergency Management 2021―Jul―26 Psychological impact of managing COVID-19 patients among doctors: A pre- and post-survey study Amber Tahir, MBBS, FCPS-I (Psychiatry), Anaam Bugti, MBBS, FCPS-I (Psychiatry), et al. (+10)
44 [GO] Journal of Emergency Management 2021―May―11 No time to wait: Commandeering healthcare facilities in the age of COVID-19 Taleed El-Sabawi, JD, PhD, Leo Beletsky, JD, MPH, et al. (+5)
45 [GO] Journal of Emergency Management 2021―May―11 Emergency preparedness during a global pandemic: Individual preparedness for COVID-19 Kelly L. Brown, PhD
46 [GO] Journal of Emergency Management 2021―May―11 A better approach to managing COVID-19 and its effects Richard A. Buck
47 [GO] Journal of Emergency Management 2021―May―11 Assessing fear of COVID-19 at an academic medical center Michael W. Brand, PhD, Brandt Wiskur, PhD, MSW, Julio I. Rojas, PhD
48 [GO] Journal of Emergency Management 2021―May―11 Research productivity on COVID-19 in Dimension database: An analytical study Jeyapragash Balasubramani, PhD, Muthuraj Anbalagan
49 [GO] Journal of Emergency Management 2021―May―11 COVID-19 in India: A glimpse of pariah Madhu Raina
50 [GO] Journal of Emergency Management 2021―May―11 COVID-19 infection risk management during construction activities: An approach based on Fault Tree Analysis (FTA) Tarik Bakeli, Adil Alaoui Hafidi, PhD
51 [GO] Journal of Emergency Management 2021―May―11 Implementation of a cardiovascular emergency telephone line in response to lockdown due to COVID-19 pandemic Lucrecia M. Burgos, MD, Alfonsina Candiello, Silvina S. Ferradas, Andreína Gil Ramirez, Santiago Ordoñez, et al. (+5)
52 [GO] Journal of Emergency Management 2021―May―11 Fear, history, stigma, and bias in the COVID-19 pandemic Kevin Kupietz, PhD, Lesley Gray, MPH
53 [GO] Journal of Emergency Management 2021―May―11 COVID-19 pandemic, government response, and policy implications in China, India, Iran, and Pakistan (CIIP) Hafiz Syed Mohsin Abbas, PhD Candidate, Xiaodong Xu, PhD, Chunxia Sun, PhD
54 [GO] Journal of Emergency Management 2021―May―11 Management of personal protective equipment during the COVID-19 pandemic in England and the state of New York: A comparative case study Amy Barber, BSc, Annaëlle Vinzent, BS, Imani Williams, BA
55 [GO] Journal of Emergency Management 2021―May―11 Virtual powers of observation: A telemedicine approach for the suspected COVID-19 patient Anisa Heravian, MD, Alexander Fortenko, MD, MPH, Erica Olsen, et al. (+11)
56 [GO] Journal of Emergency Management 2021―May―11 Psychiatric and post-traumatic stress disorders among COVID-19 survivors Ammar Ahmed, Naeem Aslam Chughtai, PhD, Qurat- Ul- Ain
57 [GO] Journal of Emergency Management 2021―May―11 Preparedness for pandemic COVID-19: lesson learnt Sora Yasri, Viroj Wiwanitkit, MD
58 [GO] Journal of Emergency Management 2021―May―11 Filling the gap: Grassroots mask making in California during the Coronavirus pandemic Holly Cuthbertson, MS, CEM
59 [GO] Journal of Emergency Management 2021―May―11 Leading a Hospital Incident Command System during a global pandemic Marsha L. Maurer, DNP, RN
60 [GO] Journal of Emergency Management 2021―May―11 Supplying the pandemic response: The importance of public procurement Sawsan Abutabenjeh, PhD, Lachezar Anguelov, PhD, Benjamin M. Brunjes, PhD, et al. (+4)
61 [GO] Journal of Emergency Management 2021―May―11 Emergency Management Missing from the Pandemic? Attila J. Hertelendy, PhD, William L. Waugh, Jr., PhD
62 [GO] American Journal of Disaster Medicine 2021―Apr―30 Hospital solution for COVID-19 isolation facility Gidon Berger, MD, Netanel A. Horowitz, MD, Yael Shachor-Meyouhas, MD, et al. (+14)
63 [GO] American Journal of Disaster Medicine 2021―Apr―30 A Western Massachusetts hospital system’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic Nikita Ramanathan, MD, MM, Reginald Alouidor, MD, FACS, et al. (+6)
64 [GO] American Journal of Disaster Medicine 2021―Apr―30 Phases of psychological response in COVID-19: A preliminary heuristic George S. Everly Jr, PhD, Albert W. Wu, MD, MPH, James B. Potash, et al. (+2)
65 [GO] American Journal of Disaster Medicine 2021―Apr―30 Maintaining trauma center operational readiness during a pandemic Alexander C. Cavalea, MD, Robin McGoey, MSGC, MD, Rebecca W. Schroll, et al. (+24)
66 [GO] Journal of Opioid Management 2021―Mar―03 The impact of long-term opioid use on the risk and severity of COVID-19 Rahul Shah, BS, Yong-Fang Kuo, PhD, Jacques Baillargeon, PhD, et al. (+2)
67 [GO] Journal of Opioid Management 2021―Mar―03 Buprenorphine maintenance treatment in patients with opioid use disorder diagnosed with COVID-19 Michael Frost, MD, FACP, FASAM
68 [GO] Journal of Opioid Management 2021―Mar―03 Tales from the frontlines: An alarming rise in hospitalizations related to opioid use disorder in the era of COVID-19 Noel Ivey, MD, Dana Cooley Clifton, MD
69 [GO] Journal of Opioid Management 2021―Mar―03 Opioid epidemics during the pandemic: Further insights to the same story Amany E. Ayad, MD, FIPP
70 [GO] American Journal of Disaster Medicine 2020―Dec―24 A regional trauma organization as a coordinating body for a regional pandemic response: A brief report Jodi Keller, RN, Sherri Kovach, RN, MS, Gregg M. Gascon, et al. (+3)
71 [GO] Journal of Emergency Management 2020―Dec―23 Canadian emergency medicine and critical care physician perspectives on pandemic triage in COVID-19 Ali Mulla, MD, MSc, Blair L. Bigham, MD, MSc, et al. (+8)
72 [GO] Journal of Emergency Management 2020―Dec―23 Command and control in hospitals during SARS-CoV-2 pandemic: The windmill model of disaster response Thomas Wurmb, MD, Georg Ertl, MD, Ralf-Ingo Ernestus, MD, et al. (+2)
73 [GO] American Journal of Disaster Medicine 2020―Dec―03 No human exists in isolation or as an island: The outcomes of a multidisciplinary, global, and context-specific COVID-19 consortium Gautam S. Kalyatanda, MD, Lennox K. Archibald, FRCP, PhD, Shraddha Patnala, et al. (+52)
74 [GO] American Journal of Disaster Medicine 2020―Dec―03 Japan DMAT operations in the Diamond Princess cruise ship: COVID-19 medical operation Hisayoshi Kondo, MD, PhD, Yuichi Koido, MD, PhD, et al. (+5)
75 [GO] American Journal of Disaster Medicine 2020―Dec―03 Israeli underground hospital conversion for treating COVID-19 patients Michal Halberthal, MD, MHA, Gidon Berger, MD, Khetam Hussein, et al. (+17)
76 [GO] Journal of Emergency Management 2020―Nov―04 COVID-19 Pandemic: An analysis of what is working, what we have learned thus far, and the challenges that remain ahead Attila J. Hertelendy, PhD
77 [GO] Journal of Emergency Management 2020―Nov―04 Preliminary modeling of Coronavirus (COVID-19) spread in construction industry Mahdi Afkhamiaghda, MSc, PhD Candidate, Emad Elwakil, PhD, PE, et al. (+2)
78 [GO] Journal of Opioid Management 2020―Sep―03 Transdermal Fentanyl patch: An approach to enhance tolerance of conscious proning in COVID-19 patients Sowmia Mammen, MBBS, DNB, Beena Yousuf, MBBS, FCPS, et al. (+3)
79 [GO] American Journal of Disaster Medicine 2020―Sep―01 Adaptation of labor and delivery to COVID-19 Arunthevaraja Karuppiah, MBBS, MD, Shobana Bharadwaj, MBBS, Sarah Crimmins, et al. (+8)
80 [GO] American Journal of Disaster Medicine 2020―Sep―01 The COVID-19 experiment: Pandemic planning and preparedness lessons we must remember Eric P. Wilkens, MD, MPH, Gary M. Klein, MD, MPH, MBA
81 [GO] American Journal of Disaster Medicine 2020―Sep―01 Hospital and home remote patient monitoring during the COVID-19 outbreak: A novel concept implemented Michael Halberthal, MD, MHA, Dean Nachman, MD, Arik Eisenkraft, et al. (+4)
82 [GO] American Journal of Disaster Medicine 2020―Sep―01 Getting ready for the next phase of the COVID-19 pandemic George W. Contreras, DrPH(c), MEP, MPH, MS, CEM
83 [GO] American Journal of Disaster Medicine 2020―Sep―01 The ICU medical director leadership during COVID-19 pandemic Ariel Modrykamien, MD, FACP, FCCP
84 [GO] American Journal of Disaster Medicine 2020―Sep―01 Vancouver Convention Health Centre (COVID-19 Response): Planning, implementation, and four lessons learned D. Ross Brown, OMM, CD, MD, FRCSC, Peter Hennecke, et al. (+12)
85 [GO] American Journal of Disaster Medicine 2020―Sep―01 Adapting Ebola training to educate healthcare workers during the SARS-2-CoV pandemic Lacey MenkinSmith, MD, CTropMed, FACEP, Ken Catchpole, PhD, et al. (+2)
86 [GO] American Journal of Disaster Medicine 2020―Sep―01 An influenza pandemic exercise in a major urban setting, Part I: Hospital health systems lessons learned and implications for future planning Wendy H. Lyons, RN, MSL, Frederick M. Burkle Jr, MD, MPH, et al. (+9)
87 [GO] American Journal of Disaster Medicine 2020―Sep―01 Pandemic influenza and major disease outbreak preparedness in US emergency departments: A selected survey of emergency health professionals Melinda J. Morton, MD, MPH, Edbert B. Hsu, MD, MPH, et al. (+7)
88 [GO] American Journal of Disaster Medicine 2020―Sep―01 Pandemic influenza and major disease outbreak preparedness in US emergency departments: A survey of medical directors and department chairs Melinda J. Morton, MD, MPH, Thomas D. Kirsch, MD, MPH, et al. (+12)
89 [GO] American Journal of Disaster Medicine 2020―Sep―01 Special Issue Compilation of Research Related to Pandemic Planning & Response American Journal Of Disaster Medicine
90 [GO] American Journal of Disaster Medicine 2020―Sep―01 Pandemic preparedness and hard to reach populations David Vlahov, PhD, Micaela H. Coady, MS, Sandro Galea, MD, et al. (+5)
91 [GO] American Journal of Disaster Medicine 2020―Sep―01 The Transitional Medical Model: An innovative methodology for a community’s disease outbreak and pandemic preparedness and response plan Paul Rega, MD, FACEP, Christopher Bork, PT, PhD, et al. (+9)
92 [GO] American Journal of Disaster Medicine 2020―Sep―01 Planning for the next influenza pandemic: Using the science and art of logistics O. Shawn Cupp, PhD, Brad G. Predmore, MHA
93 [GO] Journal of Emergency Management 2020―Mar―17 Article: Tabletop exercise to prepare institutions of higher education for an outbreak of COVID-19 Aaron M. Wendelboe, PhD, Amanda Miller, JD, CRM, Douglas Drevets, et al. (+10)
94 [GO] Journal of Emergency Management 2020―Mar―17 Tabletop exercise to prepare institutions of higher education for an outbreak of COVID-19 Aaron M. Wendelboe, PhD, Amanda Miller, JD, CRM, Douglas Drevets, et al. (+10)
95 [GO] Journal of Emergency Management 2020―Mar―17 Getting ready for the next pandemic COVID-19: Why we need to be more prepared and less scared George W. Contreras, DrPH(c), MEP, MPH, MS, CEM
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