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Volume 21, Number 1, February 2009

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Web 2.0 rollercoaster. A ride we should all take
pp. 1-3(3)
Author: Cadogan, Michael D

How would Australian hospital staff react to an avian influenza admission, or an influenza pandemic?
pp. 12-24(13)
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Emergency department patient preferences for waiting for a bed
pp. 25-30(6)
Authors: Bartlett, Simone; Fatovich, Daniel M

Prospective evaluation of selected clinical criteria for cranial computed tomography in non-trauma adult patients
pp. 43-51(9)
Authors: Tan, Irene; Young, Noel; Sindhusake, Doungkamol Poppy; Boddy, Rachel; Bui, Quoc; Nagra, Ravinder; Reddy, Jyothi

Does emergency department workload adversely influence timely analgesia?
pp. 52-58(7)
Authors: Mitchell, Rob; Kelly, Anne-Maree; Kerr, Debra

Patterns of presentation to the Australian and New Zealand Paediatric Emergency Research Network
pp. 59-66(8)
Authors: Acworth, Jason; Babl, Franz; Borland, Meredith; Ngo, Peter; Krieser, David; Schutz, Jacquie; Pitt, Rob; Cotterell, Elizabeth; Jamison, Sarah; Neutze, Jocelyn; Lee, Mark

Paediatric emergency guidelines: Could one size fit all?
pp. 67-70(4)
Authors: Dalton, Sarah; Babl, Franz E

Procedural sedation in children in the emergency department: A PREDICT study
pp. 71-79(9)
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Leech on the eye: A novel use for hypertonic saline
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