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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.
R. Wright, Accredited officials and coaches programs, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Danang, Vietnam, 2011, p. 335.
R. Wright, National surf to kayak talent identification and development program, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Danang, Vietnam, 2011, p. 341.
R. Wright, Lifesaving sport development plans, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Danang, Vietnam, 2011, p. 334.
M. Wright, Preventing drowning at sea: RNLI’s new coastal safety strategy, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Potsdam, Germany, 2013, p. 208.
M. Wright, Analyzing causes of drowning and serious incidents at sea: The RNLI’s new Sea Incident Causal Analysis Process (SICAP), in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Potsdam, Germany, 2013, p. 207.
R. Wright, An evaluation of introductory courses for officials and coaches, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Danang, Vietnam, 2011, p. 336.
M. Wright, Assessing the risk of drowning at sea: UK case study, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Potsdam, Germany, 2013, p. 025.
R. Wright, Surf boat coaching DVD, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Danang, Vietnam, 2011, p. 342.
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.
A. Wooler, IRB Sport – a sport for real lifesavers, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Potsdam, Germany, 2013, p. 166.
A. Wooler and Vlasto, M., An integrated approach to Beach Lifeguarding and Lifeboating, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Porto, Portugal, 2007.
E. Woodward, Russell, P., Beaumont, E., and Macleod, R., Rip Current Education: An evidence based approach to inform targeted prevention programmes, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Potsdam, Germany, 2013, p. 191.
B. Winkler, Muth, C. - M., Tetzlaff, K., Koch, A., Kaehler, W., and Leberle, R., Body temperature, heart rate and lung function after dives with regulator and full-face-mask, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Potsdam, Germany, 2013, p. 158.
L. Wilson-Saliba and Patterson, L., Does the teaching of water safety and swimming reduce the incidence of death by drowning?, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Porto, Portugal, 2007.
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.
J. Wilson and Schembri-Portelli, J., Experience Moving Water – A Rip Current Awareness Program, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Penang, Malaysia, 2015, p. 231.
S. Wills, Vaughan, J., and Baset, K., Developing a drowning reduction plan using the World Health Organisation 7 steps - Barisal, Bangladesh Case Study, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Penang, Malaysia, 2015, p. 280.
S. Wills, Vaughan, J., Mecrow, T. Stefan, Dr Rahman, A., and Hossain, M. J., 10 phases to setting up a sustainable lifesaving service in a low resource setting, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Penang, Malaysia, 2015, p. 206.
S. Wills, Ensuring a future for lifesaving in the developing world though leadership training and knowledge sharing, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Potsdam, Germany, 2013, p. 310.
S. Wills and Dawes, P., The research, development and implementation of UK national guidelines and specifications for coastal public rescue equipment, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Porto, Portugal, 2007.
S. Wills, Utilising a national water safety partnership to develop and deliver an effective awareness campaign case study – United Kingdom tombstoning safety campaign, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Danang, Vietnam, 2011, p. 287.
S. Wills and Scott, T., Public Water Safety Communication and Information Systems: The Research, Development and Implementation of the UK National Guidelines and Specifications for Coastal Public Rescue Equipment, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Porto, Portugal, 2007.
S. Wills and Ellis, B., The development and implementation of two national beach safety signage standards (UK & Australia) and how they are leading to the creation of an international beach signage standard, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Porto, Portugal, 2007.
D. Williams, Mecrow, T., and Vaughan, J., Responding to floods in low-income countries: the development of training materials for rescue and humanitarian organisations, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Penang, Malaysia, 2015, p. 330.
S. Willcox-Pidgeon, Dr Moran, K., and Kool, B., New Zealand youth surf safety knowledge, attitudes, and behaviours, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Penang, Malaysia, 2015, p. 255.
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.
S. Willcox, Equipping youth with skills for life, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Potsdam, Germany, 2013, p. 040.
S. Willcox, Keeping new settlers safer in and around water, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Danang, Vietnam, 2011, p. 258.
A. Willamson, Why were you swimming there? Analysis of risky swimming behaviour on Australian beaches, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Danang, Vietnam, 2011, p. 165.
J. Wilks, Lifeguards at Hotels, Resorts and Commercial Premises: Drowning prevention and duty of care, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Penang, Malaysia, 2015, p. 205.
J. Wilks, Kanasa, H., Pendergast, D., and Clark, K., Beach Safety Education for Primary School Students: Benefits for students, society and beach safety programs, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Penang, Malaysia, 2015, p. 254.
K. Wilkens, Campaign against drowning of children, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Porto, Portugal, 2007.
K. Wilkens, The DLRG as host of the conference and efficient water rescue organization, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Potsdam, Germany, 2013, p. 008. (1.29 MB)
K. Wilkens, DLRG as a part of disaster prevention in Germany, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Potsdam, Germany, 2013, p. 222.
K. Wilkens, European Qualification Framework (EQF) – For the lifeguard profession, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Danang, Vietnam, 2011, p. 191.
K. Wilkens, Swimming and lifesaving for juniors – Important start for a lifetime sport for all, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Danang, Vietnam, 2011, p. 337.
K. Wilkens, Risk Assessment and Standardisation of safety information as a base for a safer Europe, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Potsdam, Germany, 2013, p. 173.
K. Wilkens, Financial funds as fundamental basis to develop lifesaving structures, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Porto, Portugal, 2007.
K. Wilkens, Fundraising for Lifesaving, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Potsdam, Germany, 2013, p. 317.
I. Wienburg, Offshore Rescue Procedures, in International Medical-Rescue Conference, San Diego, California, USA, 1997. (4.99 MB)
J. White, Update on Progress of the U.S. Model Aquatic Health Code, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Potsdam, Germany, 2013, p. 149.
J. White, Using Lifeguard Audits to Improve Scanning and Emergency Response Teamwork, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Potsdam, Germany, 2013, p. 130.
J. White, Wilderness Lifeguard Training, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Potsdam, Germany, 2013, p. 203.
J. White, Update on progress of the U.S. Model Aquatic Health Code (MAHC): a template for data-driven, knowledge based risk reduction guidelines, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Penang, Malaysia, 2015, p. 157.
J. White, Developing a knowledge-based and scientifically supported standard for safe operation of recreational aquatic facilities: Progress of the US model aquatic health code project, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Danang, Vietnam, 2011, p. 189.
J. White, Determining Pool Lifeguard Positions Based on Zone Verification, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Potsdam, Germany, 2013, p. 172.
P. G. Wernicki, Markenson, D., and DeMers, J., Evidence based standards in lifesaving: A Preliminary Report of the US Lifeguard Standards Coalition - From the American Red Cross, the US Lifesaving Association, and the YMCA of the USA, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Porto, Portugal, 2007.
P. G. Wernicki, Lifeguarding: The Sport, the Profession, the Hazards, in International Medical-Rescue Conference, San Diego, California, USA, 1997. (4.99 MB)
P. G. Wernicki, Evidenced Based Standards in Lifesaving: The Conclusions of the US Lifeguard Standards Coalition, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Danang, Vietnam, 2011, p. 031.
K. Brand Mona Wernesten, The definition of swimming ability and the curriculum, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Penang, Malaysia, 2015, p. 85.
L. Wenger, Müller, C., and Brügger, O., „Vision Zero”: no more drowning victims among children in Switzerland, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Potsdam, Germany, 2013, p. 043.
A. Weir, Aquatic Risk Management – Events to Picnics, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Potsdam, Germany, 2013, p. 171.
A. Weir, Border to border – assessing the risks of an entire coastline, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Potsdam, Germany, 2013, p. 170.
A. Weir, ‘Project Blueprint’ – Researching Risk and Evidence Based Drowning Prevention Strategies, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Penang, Malaysia, 2015, p. 229.
C. Weeks and Schembri-Portelli, J., AUSTSWIM in India: Challenges in swimming and water safety teacher training and program implementation, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Penang, Malaysia, 2015, p. 147.
J. Dr Webber, DProf, From drowning to survival: A resuscitation case study, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Danang, Vietnam, 2011, p. 155.
J. Dr Webber, DProf, Establishment of coastal lifeguard services in Pakistan; the PALS experience, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Porto, Portugal, 2007.
H. Wasti, Epidemiological profile of drowning in Nepal. Preliminary data from the Kathmandu region, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Danang, Vietnam, 2011, p. 000.
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.
G. -yu Wang, Health Risks Associated with Swimming in Beach Areas Contaminated by Urban Runoff, in International Medical-Rescue Conference, San Diego, California, USA, 1997. (4.99 MB)
T. Walters and Vaughan, J., Safety in Numbers: developing monitoring and evaluation frameworks for drowning prevention programmes, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Penang, Malaysia, 2015, p. 24.
B. Wallis, Associate Professor Franklin, R. C., Watt, A. Kerrianne, and Kimble, R., Looking Upstream to Prevent Drowning, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Penang, Malaysia, 2015, p. 55.
D. Walker, Behavioral change communications for drowning prevention in low literacy environments, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Danang, Vietnam, 2011, p. 094.
D. Walker, Working together for water safety: Exploring the challenges and success of the collaborative approaches within the UK National Water Safety Forum, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Danang, Vietnam, 2011, p. 286.
E. Wake-Walker, The story of the IRB - Inflatable Rescue Boat, in World Conference on Drowning Prevention, Porto, Portugal, 2007.