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Lawrence Brown is an Associate Professor in the Dell Medical School Department of Surgery and Perioperative Care, and the Director of Research Education for the Emergency Medicine Residency Program. He is also an Adjunct Associate Professor with the Mount Isa Centre for Rural and Remote Health at James Cook University in Australia. A paramedic by vocation, Lawrence has more than 30 years of emergency services experience, including more than 20 years in academic settings. His primary interests include enhancing the evidence base for out-of-hospital emergency care, improving health care services in rural and remote areas, strengthening the links between emergency services and public health (particularly in resource-poor settings), and ensuring the sustainability of health services systems.

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Research Output 1993 2017

An assessment of the performance of the baxter elastomeric (LV10) infusor™ pump under hyperbaric conditions

Perks, S., Blake, D. F., Young, D. A., Hardman, J., Brown, L. H., Lewis, I. & Pain, T. 2017 In : Diving and Hyperbaric Medicine. 47, 1

Research output: Research - peer-reviewArticle

Infusion Pumps
Anti-Bacterial Agents

Association between energy prices and us hospital patient outcomes

Brown, L. H., Chaiechi, T., Buettner, P. G. & Canyon, D. V. Apr 1 2017 In : Southern Medical Journal. 110, 4, p. 257-264 8 p.

Research output: Research - peer-reviewArticle

Heart Failure
Myocardial Infarction
Teaching Hospitals
Internship and Residency

Effect of mobile phone proliferation on crash notification times and fatality rates

Stickles, J. L., Kempema, J. M. & Brown, L. H. 2016 (Accepted/In press) In : American Journal of Emergency Medicine.

Research output: Research - peer-reviewArticle

Cell Phones
United Nations
Information Systems
Research Design
Emergency Medicine
Wounds and Injuries