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Toloo, Ghasem (Sam), FitzGerald, Gerry J., Aitken, Peter J., Ting, Joseph Y.S., McKenzie, Kirsten, Rego, Joanna, et al. (2013) Ambulance use is associated with higher self-rated illness seriousness : user attitudes and perceptions. Academic Emergency Medicine, 20(6), pp. 576-583.
Hou, Xiang-Yu, Rego, Joanna, & Service, Melinda (2013) Review article : paramedic education opportunities and challenges in Australia. Emergency Medicine Australasia, 25(2), pp. 114-119.
FitzGerald, Gerry, Toloo, Sam, Rego, Joanna, Ting, Joseph, Aitken, Peter, & Tippett, Vivienne (2012) Demand for public hospital emergency department services in Australia : 2000–2001 to 2009–2010. Emergency Medicine Australasia, 24(1), pp. 72-78.
FitzGerald, Gerard, Aitken, Peter, McKenzie, Kirsten A., Kozan, Erhan, Tippett, Vivienne, Toloo, Sam, et al. (2009) Growing demand for emergency health services in Queensland, Australia. Prehospital and Disaster Medicine, 24(2), s52.
Rego, Joanna, Toloo, Sam, & FitzGerald, Gerry (2013) Patients perceptions of emergency department services : better specialised staff, convenient and available services. In 30th Annual Scientific Meeting : Australasian College for Emergency Medicine, 24-29 November 2013, Adelaide Convention Centre, South Australia. (Unpublished)
Toloo, Sam, Fitzgerald, Gerald, Rego, Joanna, Tippett, Vivienne, & Quinn, Jamie (2010) Age and gender differences in ambulance utilisation in Queensland. In ACEM 27th Annual Scientific Meeting, 21-25 November 2010, Canberra, ACT. (Unpublished)
Toloo, Sam, Rego, Joanna, FitzGerald, Gerry, Vallmuur, Kirsten, & Ting, Joseph (2013) Emergency Health Services (EHS) : demand and service delivery models. monograph 3 : patients’ reasons and perceptions. Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia, QLD.
Toloo, Sam, Rego, Joanna, FitzGerald, Gerard, Aitken, Peter, Ting, Joseph, Quinn, Jamie, et al. (2012) Emergency Health Services (EHS) : demand and service delivery models. [Monograph 2 : Queensland EHS users’ profile]. Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane , QLD.