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2007
O. P. Guaiano, Global heating and mortality by drowning, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Porto, Portugal, 2007.
A. J. Handley, Guidelines 2005 for Basic Life Support, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Porto, Portugal, 2007.
2011
D. Penson and Pearn, J. H., Going to school – Drowning on the way, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Danang, Vietnam, 2011, p. 129.
T. Hindmarch and Melbye, M., Good swimmers drown more often than non-swimmers: How openwater swimming could feature in beginner swimming, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Danang, Vietnam, 2011, p. 222.
R. Keig Stallman, A graded approach to a definition of ‘Can Swim’, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Danang, Vietnam, 2011, p. 214.
A. Wooler, Guidelines for the risk assessment and management of event water safety – Interim results, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Danang, Vietnam, 2011, p. 339.
2013
T. Ishikawa, Generation of Rip Current under Calm Sea Condition around Coastal Structures, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Potsdam, Germany, 2013, p. 190.
D. Dr. Meddings, Global progress for drowning prevention: Outlook and challenges, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Potsdam, Germany, 2013, p. 010. (1.43 MB)
S. Avramidis, Gone in 30 seconds - Drowning and Rescue Scenes in Cinematography, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Potsdam, Germany, 2013, p. 285.
J. Bothe, Guidelines for water rescue on water based events, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Potsdam, Germany, 2013, p. 188.
2015
D. Dr. Meddings, The Global report on drowning prevention: Challenges and prospects for global progress, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Penang, Malaysia, 2015, p. 18.
S. Avramidis and Patrinos, S., “Gone in 30 Seconds” - Part 3: Decoding the Drowning Victim in Cinematography, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Penang, Malaysia, 2015, p. 199.
S. Avramidis and Patrinos, S., “Gone in 30 Seconds” - Part 4: Decoding the Location of Drowning in Cinematography, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Penang, Malaysia, 2015, p. 198.
S. Avramidis and Patrinos, S., “Gone in 30 Seconds” - Part 5: Decoding the Circumstances of Drowning in Cinematography, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Penang, Malaysia, 2015, p. 197.