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M. Gen Adisak Suvanprakorn, “Mae Shee Loy Nam” No more drown, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Penang, Malaysia, 2015, p. 187.
A. Suvanprakorn, Mae Shee Loy nam - No more drown for our children, our people and our world.., in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Potsdam, Germany, 2013, p. 060.
D. Mohr, Main Skills for Lifesaving and How to Train these Skills, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Porto, Portugal, 2007.
G. Seghers, Making Open Water Swimming Safe, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Penang, Malaysia, 2015, p. 186.
J. Lippmann, Management of a scuba diving accident, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Danang, Vietnam, 2011, p. 148.
N. Hood, Management of a Suspected Spinal Injury by a First Responder – An Evidence Based Review, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Potsdam, Germany, 2013, p. 238.
A. Bradstreet, Sherker, S., and Thompson, M., Managing Change through a Paradigm Shift : The Australian Rip Current Campaign Experience, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Potsdam, Germany, 2013, p. 029. (824.98 KB)
D. A. Brandon, Manoeuvres and rescue skills program and rescue with paddleboards and/or rescue boards, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Porto, Portugal, 2007.
B. Villasante, Manual for the prevention of drowning and water accidents in Mexico, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Danang, Vietnam, 2011, p. 252.
C. Thanasawat Chaiyakul, Palagawong, S., Pimpanon, G., and Sawangwong, C., Maritime and Aquatic Life Support (MALS) a new paradigm in bridging the gap of aquatic emergency medical management in Thailand, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Penang, Malaysia, 2015, p. 328.
A. Carvalho, Maritime Safety and Risks Prevention in the European Atlantic Coast: Challenges for a Transnational Cooperation Framework, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Porto, Portugal, 2007.
R. Sweeney, Marketing as an educational tool - an Irish Water Safety perspective, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Penang, Malaysia, 2015, p. 287.
B. Donohoe, Maximise rescuer safety and effectiveness through pre-rescue communication, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Porto, Portugal, 2007.
R. Sweeney, Maximizing media coverage - practical tips to get your water safety message promoted by the media, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Penang, Malaysia, 2015, p. 140.
R. Brander, Measurements of rip current flow and swimmer behaviour in Australian rip current systems using low-cost GPS: implications for beach safety, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Danang, Vietnam, 2011, p. 169.
R. Brander, McCarroll, R. J., Turner, I. L., MacMahan, J. H., and Bradstreet, A., Measurements of Swimmer Response in Rip Currents, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Potsdam, Germany, 2013, p. 182.
P. Dawes and Vaughan, J., Measuring the economic benefits of lifeguard services in the UK, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Penang, Malaysia, 2015, p. 219.
P. Dawes and Vaughan, J., Measuring the effectiveness of preventative actions conducted by lifeguards in the UK, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Penang, Malaysia, 2015, p. 202.
D. Dr Szpilman, MD, Medical helicopter: What are the benefits and pitfalls on drowning?, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Porto, Portugal, 2007.
B. - B. E., E., W., A., P., and G., G., The medico-legal analysis of drowning in the materials collected by Department of Forensic Medicine in Bydgoszcz in the years 1992 to 2002., Archiwum Medycyny Sadowej i Kryminologii, 2009.
H. Bock, Merchandising of the DLRG, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Potsdam, Germany, 2013, p. 316.
H. Ukwatte, Message from Sri Lanka, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Danang, Vietnam, 2011, p. 089.
S. Willcox-Pidgeon, Is the message getting across? Taking surf safety education to youth and coastal visitors in New South Wales, Australia, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Penang, Malaysia, 2015, p. 131.
D. Ryan and Vaughan, J., Methodological Challenges in Estimating the Global Economic Cost of Drowning Mortality, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Penang, Malaysia, 2015, p. 20.
K. Dr Moran, Mind the gap!! Real and perceived swimming competencies in the context of drowning prevention, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Potsdam, Germany, 2013, p. 087.
A. E. Peden, Byers, B., and Bech, E., Minimum Data Set on Fatal Drowning: Coding and Definitions Manual. 2017. (763.21 KB)
P. Xavier and Leal, B. S. Rodrigo Go, Mobile Centre of Coordination and Pre-hospital Care: better working conditions, greater productivity, and increased efficiency of assistance, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Penang, Malaysia, 2015, p. 321.
R. R. Fielding, The Model Aquatic Health Code - Lifeguarding and Bather Supervision, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Penang, Malaysia, 2015, p. 235.
S. Kiluswa, A Model for raising water safety awareness in low & middle income countries: A case study from Tanzania, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Danang, Vietnam, 2011, p. 058.
R. Griffiths and Griffiths, T., A Model to Help Prevent Shallow Water Blackout in Swimming Pools, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Potsdam, Germany, 2013, p. 118.
S. Gerdmongkolgan, Model-driven community towards the child drowning prevention in Thailand, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Danang, Vietnam, 2011, p. 054.
M. Wright, Modeling impact of response times, environment and incident type on survival at sea, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Potsdam, Germany, 2013, p. 206.
W. de Vries and Bierens, J., Moderate sea states do not influence the application of an AED in rigid inflatable rescue boats, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Porto, Portugal, 2007.
T. Stefan Mecrow, Moral Hazard and SwimSafe – the early results are in and it does not increase risk-taking, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Danang, Vietnam, 2011, p. 068.
D. Warne, The most-unwanted outcome: brain damage after successful drowning resuscitation. What does it mean, what can we do to prevent this., in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Potsdam, Germany, 2013, p. 327.
B. Lofgren, Mouth-to-mouth ventilation reduces interruptions in chest compressions during lifeguard CPR: A randomized manikin study, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Danang, Vietnam, 2011, p. 141.
A. C. Queiroga, Dr Sempsrott, MD, J., Dr Szpilman, MD, D., Bierens, J., Tipton, M. J., Dr Webber, DProf, J., and Barcala-Furelos, R., Multicenter Drowning registry on epidemiological, prevention, rescue and life-support data, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Penang, Malaysia, 2015, p. 31.
L. Wilson, Wilson, J., Dr Sempsrott, MD, J., White, J., and White, J., A Multi-Station Approach to Teaching Large Scale Swim Lessons in Resource Deficit Areas - A Pilot Project in Uganda, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Penang, Malaysia, 2015, p. 105.
G. GG and GK, M., My Car Is Sinking: Automobile Submersion, Lessons in Vehicle Escape, Aviation, Space, and Environmental Medicine, 2010.