• A consensus based template for reporting of pre-hospital major incident medical management 

      Fattah, Sabina; Rehn, Marius; Lockey, David; Thompson, Julian; Lossius, Hans Morten; Wisborg, Torben (Journal article, 2014-01)
      Background: Structured reporting of major incidents has been advocated to improve the care provided at future incidents. A systematic review identified ten existing templates for reporting major incident medical management, ...
    • Geriatric Trauma – a rising tide. Assessing Patient Safety challenges in a vulnerable population using Norwegian Trauma Registry Data and Focus Group Interviews: Protocol for a mixed methods study 

      Cuevas-Østrem, Mathias; Jeppesen, Elisabeth; Røise, Olav; Wisborg, Torben (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2019)
      Background: Elderly trauma patients constitute a vulnerable group, with a substantial risk of morbidity and mortality even after low-energy falls. As the world’s elderly population continues to increase, the number of ...
    • Implementation of new guidelines in the prehospital services: a nationwide survey of Norway 

      Thorvaldsen, Nina Øye; Flingtorp, Lars Didrik; Wisborg, Torben; Jeppesen, Elisabeth (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019-08)
      Background A debate regarding the potential harmful effects of rigid neck collar and backboard usage among prehospital and hospital care providers in Norway provoked the development of an evidence-based guideline. “The ...
    • Implementing a template for major incident reporting: experiences from the first year 

      Fattah, Sabina; Rehn, Marius; Wisborg, Torben (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2015-08)
      Major incidents are resource-demanding situations that require urgent and effective medical management. The possibility to extract learning from them is therefore important. Comparative analysis of information based on ...
    • Prehospital tourniquets in civilians: A systematic review 

      Eilertsen, Kenneth A.; Winberg, Morten; Jeppesen, Elisabeth; Hval, Gyri; Wisborg, Torben (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-02)
      Objectives: Terrorist attacks and civilian mass-casualty events are frequent, and some countries have implemented tourniquet use for uncontrollable extremity bleeding in civilian settings. The aim of this study was to ...
    • Reporting Helicopter Emergency Medical Services in Major Incidents: A Delphi Study 

      Fattah, Sabina; Johnsen, Anne Siri; Sollid, Stephen J. M.; Wisborg, Torben; Rehn, Marius; Sóti, Ákos; Truhlář, Anatolij; Krüger, Andreas; Gunnarsson, Björn; Gryth, Dan; Ohlén, David; Fevang, Espen; Sunde, Geir Arne; Breitenmoser, Ivo; Kurola, Jouni; Nurmi, Jouni; Fredriksen, Knut; Rognås, Leif; Temesvari, Peter; Mikkelsen, Søren; Magnússon, Vidar; Voelckel, Wolfgang (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2016)
      Objective: Research on helicopter emergency medical services (HEMS) in major incidents is predominately based on case descriptions reported in a heterogeneous fashion. Uniform data reported with a consensus-based template ...
    • Systematic reporting to improve the emergency medical response to major incidents: A pilot study 

      Hardy, Sophie; Fattah, Sabina; Wisborg, Torben; Raatiniemi, Lasse; Staff, Trine; Rehn, Marius (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018-01)
      Background: Major incidents affect us globally, and are occurring with increasing frequency. There is still no evidence-based standard regarding the best medical emergency response to major incidents. Currently, reports ...
    • Trauma research in the Nordic countries,1995–2018–a systematic review 

      Jeppesen, Elisabeth; Iversen, Valdemar Vea; Hansen, Ingrid Schrøder; Reierth, Eirik; Wisborg, Torben (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020-03)
      Abstract Background: Trauma is a major cause of mortality and reduced quality of life. Most trauma-related research originates from trauma centres, and there are limited available data regarding the treatment of trauma ...