2017 AMMA Conference Abstracts

In   Issue Volume 25 No. 4 .

Abstracts

9- A Review of Civil-Military Cooperation and Response During Epidemic and Pandemic Events

9- A Systematic Approach to Ensure Full Preparedness of Medical Support Missions in Disaster and Conflict Scenarios

11- Airway and Ventilation Management following Severe Burns

11- An Endoscopic Trial of Fibrin/Thrombin Patches, Fibrin/Thrombin glue and Beta-Chitin Patches for Major Vessel Bleeding

12- An Evaluation of Mental Health First Aid Training with Australian Army Cadets

13- An Overview of the Navy Profile of Unit Leadership Satisfaction and Effectiveness (PULSE)

14- Anger, Stress, and Alcohol-Related Difficulties in the Military: A Brief Group ACT intervention

14- ANZAC R2E TAJI – Commander’s Memoirs, April 2015 to December 2016

15 – Australasian Military Medicine College

16- Australian Dental Support to Operations – Contemporary Experiences from Afghanistan

16- Averting Disaster by Management of Recall and Follow-up -One Health Centre’s Journey to Acquit Referrals and Test Requests

17- Back to the future – Immersive Full Mission Profile Training for Health Pers and First Responders at Army School of Health

17- Binocular Rivalry Online: An Online Visual Test for Bipolar Disorder for use in Large Clinical and Genetic Studies

19- Building Regional Disaster Resilience from a Health Perspective

19- Civil-Military Cooperation in Disaster and Crisis: The Role of the Private Sector

20- Confirmatory Factor Analysis and Psychometric Properties of the Clinician-Administered Post traumatic Stress Disorder Scale (CAPS-5) within an Australian Vietnam Veteran Sample

21- Delivering a Humanitarian Health Effect: Independent Health Services for Civilian Victims of War

22- Deployment Stressors from a Royal New Zealand Navy Perspective

Developing AUSMAT’s Rehabilitation Capability: Applying the Technical Standards to Practice

23- Dietary Intake and Associations with Cardiometabolic Health in Australian Vietnam veterans with and without Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

24- Dimensions of Resilience Among Australian Vietnam War Veterans: Exploratory Factor Analysis of the Connor-Davidson Resilience Scale and Relationship with Psychopathology

25- Directorate Navy Health, Professional Development Organisation – a Journey of Opportunity

26- Disaster Response: Providing Medical and Security Assistance to Expatriates and Travellers Affected by the 2015 Earthquake in Nepal

27- Do Not Use a Loaded Rifle for a Splint

29- Dunk, Dunk, Sunk: The Role of the Medical Allowance List in Response to a Submarine Escape and Rescue

30- Enhancing Legislation Protecting ADF Reservists

31- Evaluation of the ‘Post War: Survive to Thrive’ Online Program for Ex-Service Personnel

32- Ex SEA HORIZON 2017: Learning to “Be Amphibian”

33- Facing the Past to Face the Future: Facial Disfigurement from the First World War to Afghanistan

34- Far-Forward Operations: Current Gaps and Challenges in treating hemorrhagic shock and traumatic brain injury

34- Focus on Civilians: Planning and Sustaining Multiple Trauma Hospitals in a Conflict Zone in Support of Humanitarian Efforts

35- Forensic Odontology (FOd) in Disaster Victim Identification – its History and Importance

36- From Concurrent to Integrated: Innovatively Challenging Traditional Paradigms of Aeromedical Evacuation Interoperability – Exercise Cope North 17

37- Garrison Health Clinical Governance – Consumer Engagement

38- Garrison Health Planning for International Disaster Relief – Operation FIJI ASSIST 2016

39- Global Emergency Medical Team Classification & Standards

40- Health Response to Conflict and Disaster: Can we Learn Lessons from Disaster Response in Other industries?

40- Health Workforce Governance Framework

41- Holistic Rehabilitation of Wounded Ill and Injured Trainees in a Military Context

42- How Telemedicine is Transforming Remote and Aero Medical Medicine

43- Human Decomposition and Taphonomy: Understanding these Principles to Aid in Conflict and Humanitarian Death Investigations

44- In Disasters and Conflict there is Always an Animal Dimension: A Need for Deployable Military Veterinary Personnel in the ADF

45- Incidence of Suicide Among Serving and Ex-Serving Australian Defence Force Personnel 2001–2015

45- Increasing Interoperability Through Preparedness

46- Injuries Suffered by Australian Army Recruit Completing Basic Training

47- International Military Social Work: A Multi-National Comparative Analysis of Social Work Service with Military Personnel, Veterans, and Their Families

48- Is the Trauma ‘Golden Hour’ Really Fool’s Gold?

49- JP2060-4 Health Knowledge Management – The Key to a Digitized Defence Health Capability

49- Load Carriage: Carry on Soldier

50- Malaria-Associated Mortality in the ADF During the Twentieth Century

51- Measuring the Effectiveness of the In-Hospital and On-Base (P.A.R.T.Y.) Programs on Reducing Alcohol Related Harms in Naval Trainees: P.A.R.T.Y. Defence

52 -Military Healthcare Leadership: Preparing our People for the Unpredictable

52- Military Medicine – An Artistic Perspective

53- Military Oxygen Diving: Acute Pulmonary Oxygen Toxicity

53- Military Working Dog Emergency Care (MWDEC): Training Imperatives for ADF Health Personnel

54- Mobile Medical Treatment Facilities – Experiences of Developing and Using Modern Systems

55- Multi-Method Computational Modelling for High Risk and High Consequence Health Planning, Preparedness and Operational Decision Making

56- Navy Health Sailor Uniforms

56- Nested Disasters – What Happens when a Mass Casualty Incident Occurs within a Disaster Zone?

57- Neurofeedback in the Treatment of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder: A Case Series Report

58- New Zealand Military Nurses Navigating Professional Accountabilities and Role Expectations

58- Operational and Occupational Concerns and the Mental Health of Military Personnel

59- Part 1 – Military Psychology in Conflict and Disaster… More Than Just Screening

60- Part 2 – Psychological Certification: Getting inside the Four Walls

60 -Part 3 – Lessons Learnt – Reflection on 10 years of CIMHS Response within Operational Military Psychology

61- Part 4 – Psychological Outcomes in Conflict and Disaster – are they the Same or Different?

61- Pathological Jackpot!

62- Physical Profile of Recruits at ARTC Kapooka and Relationship to Musculoskeletal Injury During Training: Baseline Observations from the PREFIT Study

63-Preparing ADF Nursing Officers for War and Conflict and Disasters and Humanitarian Missions and…..

64-Preparing for the Unpredictable: Employing Global Health Engagement to Promote Access, Quality, and Patient Safety in Combatant Commander AOR

64- Psychological Reactions to Trauma are only Half the Story

65- RACS Trauma Verification of the 2nd General Health Battalion Role 2E Hospital

66- Reducing the Chronic Pain Experience of Defence Personnel: A Randomised Controlled Trial of an Attentional Bias Modification Protocol

66- RESET – Review of a Pilot Implementation of an ADF Specific Mental Health and Wellbeing Prevention Program that Focuses on Self Efficacy and Adaptive Coping Skills

67- Responding to the Unpredictable: Some thoughts on Short Notice HADR Deployments, with Case Studies

67- Risk and Protective Factors Associated with Service Life in the NZDF

68- Royal Australian Air Force Aeromedical Evacuation Capability in Disaster

68- Shooting Reconstruction and Terminal Ballistics: Determinations from Examining Wound Patterns

69- Step Up! A Stepped Care Approach to Alcohol Managemnt in the ADF

70- Super-Cyclone Yolanda – an Account of the AusMAT Deployment to the Philippines Following the Strongest Cyclone in History

70- Supporting Those with Post-Traumatic Stress to Sustain or Transition Back to Work: A Novel Tailored Health Coaching Program

71- The Burden of Non Communicable Diseases after Sudden Onset Disasters – the AUSMAT Experience

72- The Camino – an Ancient Way back to Veterans’ Mental Health

73- The Dark Night of the Veteran’s Soul – Understanding The Impact of Spiritual Wounds for Australian Veterans

73- The Impact of Deployment on Respiratory Function of Contemporary Australian Veterans

74- The Influence of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) on Analgesic use in Vietnam Veterans with Musculoskeletal Conditions

75- The Longitudinal ADF Study Evaluating Resilience (LASER-Resilience): Exploring Social Support in the Initial Years of Military Service.

76- The Silent Enemy – Understanding Infectious Disease Threats in the Post-Disaster Setting

76- The Transition and Wellbeing Research Programme: Pre-release Update

78- The Use of Ketamine as Best Practice in the Operational Environment

79- The West African Ebola Virus Epidemic: Delivering Predictable Care in an Unpredictable Setting

79- What is Resilience? How can we Improve Resilience, of Ourselves and Our Systems?