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Author: White, JM (Mrs Janelle White)

Number of items: 10

Journal Article
White, JM, Mammalian bites - introducing the BITES assessment tool, Australian Doctor pp. 28-29. ISSN 1039-7116 (2013) [Professional, Refereed Article]
Chapter in Book
Cameron, M and White, JM, It hurts to move - The catch 22 of physical activity for people with chronic pain, Doing Exercise Psychology, Human Kinetics, M Andersen & S Hanrahan (ed), USA ISBN 978-1-4504-3184-2 (2014) [Other Book Chapter]
Middleton, P and White, JM, The Diabetic Patient, Paramedic Principles and Practice ANZ, Elsevier Australia, M Johnson (ed), Marrickville ISBN 9780729541275 (2014) [Other Book Chapter] 
White, JM, The overdosed patient, Paramedic Principles and Practice ANZ, Elsevier Australia, M Johnson (ed), Marrickville ISBN 9780729541275 (2014) [Other Book Chapter] 
Conference Publication
White, JM, B.I.T.E.S - An innovative assessment tool for a systematic approach to the assessment of mammalian bite wounds, Australian College of Nurse Practitioners (ACNP) Annual conference, Melbourne (2013) [Keynote Presentation]
White, JM, BITES. An innovative tool for a systematic approach to the assessment, treatment and management of mammalian bites and zoonoses, Australian Society for Infectious Diseases Conference, Sydney (2012) [Conference Extract]
White, JM, Chronic pain is in the brain, Extending Care on the Coast - Annual Extended Care Paramedic Conference (2012) [Keynote Presentation]
White, JM, Paramedic management of patients with persistent pain - a new perspective on a current concept, The Australian Pain Society - Annual Scientific meeting, Canberra (2012) [Conference Extract]
White, JM, Paramedics: early recognition, advanced treatment and safe referral of patients with suspected zoonoses, Australian Society for Infectious Diseases Conference, Sydney (2012) [Conference Extract]
Other Public Output
White, JM, B.I.T.E.S Assessment Tool, ABC Radio News (Hobart) (2013) [Media Interview]

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