Hanh Ngo

Dr, GradCertRC Qld UT, BSc PhD W.Aust.

  • The University of Western Australia (M501), 35 Stirling Highway,

    6009 Crawley

    Australia

  • 206 Citations
  • 9 h-Index
20072017

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Research Output 2007 2017

  • 206 Citations
  • 9 h-Index
  • 16 Article
  • 1 Chapter (peer-reviewed)
  • 1 Letter
  • 1 Doctoral Thesis

Challenging Assumptions: What Do We Need to Address in Our Disaster Risk Reduction Efforts?

Codreanu, T. A., Ngo, H., Robertson, A. & Celenza, A. 1 Apr 2017 In : Prehospital and Disaster Medicine. 32, 2, p. 134-147 14 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Disasters
Risk Reduction Behavior
Economic Development
Students
Education
3 Citations

Opting for rural practice: the influence of medical student origin, intention and immersion experience

Playford, D., Hanh Ngo, Gupta, S. & Puddey, I. B. 21 Aug 2017 In : The Medical journal of Australia. 207, 4, p. 154-158 5 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Immersion
Medical Students
Medical Schools
Databases
Western Australia
2 Citations
Charities
Disasters
Cross-Sectional Studies
Organizations
Students
2 Citations

Reasons for Removal of Emergency Department-Inserted Peripheral Intravenous Cannulae in Admitted Patients: A Retrospective Medical Chart Audit in Australia

Carr, P. J., Rippey, J., Moore, T., Ngo, H., Cooke, M. L., Higgins, N. S. & Rickard, C. M. 2016 In : Infection Control and Hospital Epidemiology. 37, 7, p. 874-876 3 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

12 Citations

Injectable and implantable sustained release naltrexone in the treatment of opioid addiction

Kunøe, N., Lobmaier, P. P. K., Ngo, H. & Hulse, G. 2014 In : British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology. 77, 2, p. 264-271

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Naltrexone
Opioid Analgesics
Injections
Heroin
Vocational Education

Datasets

Summary of raw data for admission rate, with breakdown by Australasian Triage Score (ATS) categories: Highest acuity (ATS 1&2) attendances; Moderate Acuity (ATS 3) attendances; and lower acuity (ATS 4&5) attendances.

Ngo, H. (Creator), Forero, R. (Creator), Mountain, D. (Creator), Fatovich, D. M. (Creator), Man, W. N. (Creator), Sprivulis, P. (Creator), Mohsin, M. (Creator), Toloo, S. (Creator), Celenza, A. (Creator), Fitzgerald, G. (Creator), Mccarthy, S. (Creator), Hillman, K. (Creator), PLos ONE, 14 Mar 2018

Dataset

Summary of raw data for ED attendance rate, with breakdown by Australasian Triage Score (ATS) categories: Highest acuity (ATS 1&2) attendances; Moderate Acuity (ATS 3) attendances; and lower acuity (ATS 4&5) attendances.

Ngo, H. (Creator), Forero, R. (Creator), Mountain, D. (Creator), Fatovich, D. M. (Creator), Man, W. N. (Creator), Sprivulis, P. (Creator), Mohsin, M. (Creator), Toloo, S. (Creator), Celenza, A. (Creator), Fitzgerald, G. (Creator), Mccarthy, S. (Creator), Hillman, K. (Creator), PLos ONE, 14 Mar 2018

Dataset

Summary of raw data for median ED length of stay (measured in hours), with breakdown by Australasian Triage Score (ATS) categories: Highest acuity (ATS 1&2) attendances; Moderate Acuity (ATS 3) attendances; and lower acuity (ATS 4&5) attendances.

Ngo, H. (Creator), Forero, R. (Creator), Mountain, D. (Creator), Fatovich, D. M. (Creator), Man, W. N. (Creator), Sprivulis, P. (Creator), Mohsin, M. (Creator), Toloo, S. (Creator), Celenza, A. (Creator), Fitzgerald, G. (Creator), Mccarthy, S. (Creator), Hillman, K. (Creator), PLos ONE, 14 Mar 2018

Dataset

Summary of raw data for median time to being seen by ED clinician (measured in minutes), with breakdown by Australasian Triage Score (ATS) categories: Highest acuity (ATS 1&2) attendances; Moderate Acuity (ATS 3) attendances; and lower acuity ATS 4&5 attendances.

Ngo, H. (Creator), Forero, R. (Creator), Mountain, D. (Creator), Fatovich, D. M. (Creator), Man, W. N. (Creator), Sprivulis, P. (Creator), Mohsin, M. (Creator), Toloo, S. (Creator), Celenza, A. (Creator), Fitzgerald, G. (Creator), Mccarthy, S. (Creator), Hillman, K. (Creator), PLos ONE, 14 Mar 2018

Dataset

Additional information and illustration of ITS technique in SAS.

Ngo, H. (Creator), Forero, R. (Creator), Mountain, D. (Creator), Fatovich, D. M. (Creator), Man, W. N. (Creator), Sprivulis, P. (Creator), Mohsin, M. (Creator), Toloo, S. (Creator), Celenza, A. (Creator), Fitzgerald, G. (Creator), Mccarthy, S. (Creator), Hillman, K. (Creator), PLos ONE, 14 Mar 2018

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