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Dr Derrick Tin
Dr Derrick Tin
Senior Fellow Disaster Medicine, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Harvard Medical School
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Hardening hospital defences as a counter-terrorism medicine measure
D Tin, A Hart, GR Ciottone
Am J Emerg Med, 2020
282020
Half-a-century of terrorist attacks: weapons selection, casualty outcomes, and implications for counter-terrorism medicine
D Tin, C Margus, GR Ciottone
Prehospital and disaster medicine 36 (5), 526-530, 2021
242021
Terrorism-related chemical, biological, radiation, and nuclear attacks: a historical global comparison influencing the emergence of counter-terrorism medicine
D Tin, F Granholm, A Hart, GR Ciottone
Prehospital and disaster medicine 36 (4), 399-402, 2021
202021
Rise of the unmanned aerial vehicles: an imminent public health threat mandating counter-terrorism medicine preparedness for potential mass-casualty attacks
D Tin, Z Kallenborn, A Hart, AJ Hertelendy, GR Ciottone
Prehospital and disaster medicine 36 (5), 636-638, 2021
172021
Rethinking disaster vulnerabilities
D Tin, A Hart, GR Ciottone
American journal of emergency medicine, 2020
162020
Bioterrorism: an analysis of biological agents used in terrorist events
D Tin, P Sabeti, GR Ciottone
The American journal of emergency medicine 54, 117-121, 2022
152022
Opioid attack and the implications for counter-terrorism medicine
D Tin, Z Kallenborn, A Hart, AJ Hertelendy, GR Ciottone
Prehospital and Disaster Medicine 36 (6), 661-663, 2021
142021
What we learned from the 2019–2020 Australian Bushfire disaster: Making counter-terrorism medicine a strategic preparedness priority
D Tin, AJ Hertelendy, GR Ciottone
The American Journal of Emergency Medicine, 2020
142020
Terrorist attacks in the Middle East: a counter-terrorism medicine analysis
D Tin, S Fares, M Al Mulhim, GR Ciottone
Prehospital and disaster medicine 37 (2), 212-216, 2022
132022
Terrorism in Australia: A decade of escalating deaths and injuries supporting the need for counter-terrorism medicine
D Tin, A Hart, AJ Hertelendy, GR Ciottone
Prehospital and disaster medicine 36 (3), 265-269, 2021
112021
Not war, not terrorism, the impact of hybrid warfare on emergency medicine
F Granholm, D Tin, GR Ciottone
The American Journal of Emergency Medicine 62, 96-100, 2022
102022
A counter-terrorism medicine analysis of drone attacks
DG Barten, D Tin, H De Cauwer, RG Ciottone, GR Ciottone
Prehospital and disaster medicine 37 (2), 192-196, 2022
102022
Terrorist attacks in western Europe: a counter-terrorism medicine analysis
D Tin, DG Barten, H De Cauwer, LJM Mortelmans, GR Ciottone
Prehospital and disaster medicine 37 (1), 19-24, 2022
92022
An epidemiological analysis of terrorism-related attacks in eastern Europe from 1970 to 2019
D Tin, DG Barten, K Goniewicz, FM Burkle, GR Ciottone
Prehospital and disaster medicine 37 (4), 468-473, 2022
82022
Suicide bombing terrorism
D Tin, J Galehan, V Markovic, GR Ciottone
Prehospital and disaster medicine 36 (6), 664-668, 2021
82021
50 years of mass-fatality terrorist attacks: a retrospective study of target demographics, modalities, and injury patterns to better inform future counter-terrorism medicine …
D Tin, AJ Hertelendy, A Hart, GR Ciottone
Prehospital and disaster medicine 36 (5), 531-535, 2021
82021
Disaster medicine training: the case for virtual reality
D Tin, AJ Hertelendy, GR Ciottone
The American Journal of Emergency Medicine 48, 370, 2021
82021
Chemical agent use in terrorist events: a gathering storm requiring enhanced civilian preparedness
D Tin, GR Ciottone
Prehospital and disaster medicine 37 (3), 327-332, 2022
62022
A decade of terrorism in the United States and the emergence of Counter-Terrorism Medicine
D Tin, A Hart, GR Ciottone
Prehospital and disaster medicine 36 (4), 380-384, 2021
62021
Court M. Counter-Terrorism Medicine: the time is now
GR Ciottone, D Tin
Crisis Response J, 2021
62021
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