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Researcher: Tran, V (Dr Viet Tran)

Fields of Research

Paramedicine
Emergency medicine
Mental health services
Allergy
Surgery
Bioassays
Pharmaceutical sciences

Research Objectives

Expanding knowledge in the health sciences
Diagnosis of human diseases and conditions
Health education and promotion
Urgent and critical care, and emergency medicine
Mental health
Injury prevention and control
Mental health services
Inpatient hospital care

Career Best Publications

Research Publications

Climate corrosion: Heroes wanted - Enquire within; Emergency medicine Australasia
Climate corrosion: Heroes wanted – Enquire within; Emergency Medicine Australasia
Climate emergency: Towards a greener emergency department; Emergency medicine Australasia
Compassion fatigue in emergency medicine: The cost of caring; Emergency Medicine Australasia
Dealing with bullying and harassment: a practical guide for Australasian emergency medicine trainees; Emergency medicine Australasia
Dealing with bullying and harassment: A practical guide for Australasian emergency medicine trainees; Emergency Medicine Australasia
Emergency clinicians’ knowledge, preparedness and experiences of managing COVID-19 during the 2020 global pandemic in Australian healthcare settings; Australasian Emergency Care
Emergency department presentations with a mental health diagnosis in Australia, by jurisdiction and by sex, 2004-05 to 2016-17; Emergency Medicine Australasia
Emergency department registrar transformation: It is not all about the medicine; Emergency Medicine Australasia
Emergency departments and alcohol: The perpetual hangover; Emergency medicine Australasia
Epidemiology and clinical features of emergency department patients with suspected and confirmed COVID-19: a multisite report from the COVID-19 Emergency Department Quality Improvement Project for July 2020 (COVED-3); Emergency Medicine Australasia
Epidemiology and clinical features of emergency department patients with suspected COVID-19: Insights from Australia's 'second wave' (COVED-4); Emergency Medicine Australasia
Gender equality in emergency medicine: Ignorance isn’t bliss; Emergency Medicine Australasia
Hitting the ground running: Returning to work after extended leave; Emergency Medicine Australasia
Is it possible to make a meaningful environmental difference in the emergency department? No; Emergency Medicine Australasia
Is there a ‘weekend effect’ in subacute and minor injuries at a mixed tertiary emergency department?
Laparoscopic versus open ventral hernia repair: a randomized controlled trial; ANZ journal of surgery
Making the night shift the right shift; Emergency medicine Australasia
Medical management of blood pressure and heart rate in acute type b aortic dissections: a single quaternary Centre perspective
Night terror: When is the best time to start leading the night team?; Emergency Medicine Australasia
Only credentialed physicians should be performing ultrasound in emergency department: no; Emergency Medicine Australasia
P31: Severe systemic allergic reactions to Jack Jumper Ant Venom Immunotherapy: basophil response during treatment with Omalizumab; 29th Annual Conference of the Australasian Society of Clinical Immunology and Allergy (ASCIA)
Pain relief for major burns patients in the emergency department: Literature review and current practice at a tertiary burns referral Centre; Emergency Medicine Australasia
Procedural competency in emergency medicine training; Emergency Medicine Australasia
Proliferative retinopathy during hyperbaric oxygen treatment; Diving and hyperbaric medicine
Regident: A rural and regional enigma; Emergency Medicine Australasia
Ruptured abdominal aortic aneurysms a study of prevalence, associated comorbidities, intervention techniques and mortality
Social media in medical education: How far have we come?; Emergency Medicine Australasia
The ACEM Fellowship Examination: Fit for purpose?; Emergency Medicine Australasia
The ACEM Primary Examination: A foundation in flux; Emergency medicine Australasia : EMA
The ACEM trainee research requirement is no longer relevant. Yes; Emergency medicine Australasia
The evolving role of international doctors in the Australian emergency medicine workforce; Emergency medicine Australasia
The fine line between emergency resident and registrar; Emergency Medicine Australasia
The Hobart Statement
The Primary Examination: A tale of two countries; Emergency Medicine Australasia
Trend of emergency department presentations with a mental health diagnosis in Australia by diagnostic group, 2004-05 to 2016-17; Emergency Medicine Australasia
Trends of emergency department presentations with a mental health diagnosis by age, Australia, 2004-05 to 2016-17: a secondary data analysis; Emergency Medicine Australasia

Research Projects

PISTACHIO - The Primary Trauma Care Course Impact and Outcome study in Vietnam

Research Candidate Supervision