/manager/Index ${session.getAttribute("locale")} 5 Psychosocial influences on patient presentations: considerations for research and evaluation at mass-gathering events /manager/Repository/uon:37596 Thu 25 Feb 2021 11:16:54 AEDT ]]> Rethinking mass-gathering domains for understanding patient presentations: a discussion paper /manager/Repository/uon:41054 Thu 21 Jul 2022 15:45:18 AEST ]]> Does the Presence of On-Site Medical Services at Outdoor Music Festivals Affect Attendees' Planned Alcohol and Recreational Drug Use? /manager/Repository/uon:40268 10%) agreement (range 11%-46%; or 2,200-9,200 attendees for a 20,000-person festival) at both festivals that the absence of medical services would affect attendees’ planned use of alcohol and recreational drugs. Conclusions: This study found that attendees surveyed at two geographically and musically distinct OMFs had high but differing rates of planned alcohol and recreational drug use, and that the presence of on-site medical services may impact attendees’ perceptions of substance use risk. Future research will aim to address the limitations of this study to clarify these findings and their implications.]]> Thu 07 Jul 2022 12:09:52 AEST ]]> Prevention and surveillance of public health risks during extended mass gatherings in rural areas: The experience of the Tamworth Country Music Festival, Australia /manager/Repository/uon:20039 Sat 24 Mar 2018 07:50:55 AEDT ]]>