Research Publications

Research Publications 2021:


1. Dr Parag Padmakar Rishipathak, Dr Shrimathy Vijayaraghavan, Dr Anand Sureshlal Hinduja, ‘Assessing the Training Needs Regarding ‘Breaking Bad News’ amongst Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Professionals in Pune India’

Indian Journal of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology, 2021, 15(1): pp. 1954-1959.


2. Dr Parag Padmakar Rishipathak, Dr Navnita Sengupta, Dr Anand Sureshlal Hinduja, ‘Assessment of Awareness and Preparedness regarding Management of Major Traumatic Haemorrhage in Prehospital Settings amongst EMS Professionals, Pune, India.’

Indian Journal of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology, 2021, 15(1): pp. 1960-1964.


3. Dr Parag Padmakar Rishipathak, Dr Monesh Bhandari, Dr Anand Sureshlal Hinduja, ‘To Assess Awareness Regarding Child Abuse and Neglect, amongst Emergency Medical Professionals in Pune, India - A Pilot Study.’

Indian Journal of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology, 2021, 15(1): pp. 1965-1970.


4. Dr Parag Padmakar Rishipathak, Dr Monesh Bhandari, Dr Anand Sureshlal Hinduja, ‘To Assess Preparedness in Disaster Management among EMS Professionals in Pune, India.’

Indian Journal of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology, 2021, 15(1): pp. 1971-1975.

 

5. Dr Parag Padmakar Rishipathak, Dr Navneeta Sengupta, Dr Anand Sureshlal Hinduja,  Neha Kamlesh Ahire, ‘Assessing the Preparedness for Emergency Management of Status Asthmaticus in Pediatric Patients among EMS Professionals, Pune, India.’ 

Indian Journal of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology, 2021, 15(2): pp. 4668-4671.


6. Dr Parag Padmakar Rishipathak, Dr Monesh Bhandari, Dr Anand Sureshlal Hinduja, Meenal Ashish Kulkarni, ‘Assessment of Interpersonal Communication Skills Among Emergency Medical Professionals in Pune, India.’

Indian Journal of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology, 2021, 15(2): pp. 4672-4677.


7. Dr Parag Padmakar Rishipathak, Dr Shrimathy  Vijayaraghavan, Dr Anand Sureshlal Hinduja, Prerana Padmanabh Dongre, ‘Assessment of the Level of Clinical Preparedness amongst EMS Professionals in Managing Life Threatening Emergencies in Suspected Covid 19 Patients.’

Indian Journal of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology, 2021, 15(2): pp. 4678-4683.


8. Dharmendra Kumar Dubey, Dr Parag Padmakar Rishipathak, ‘Deciphering Prevalence of Anaemia in Reproductive age of Women in Maharashtra: A Regional Cross Sectional Study.’

Indian Journal of Science and Technology, 2021, 14(18): pp. 1505-1515.


9. Dr Parag Padmakar Rishipathak, Dr Shrimathy Vijayaraghavan, Dr Anand Sureshlal Hinduja, ‘Psychological Resilience towards COVID-19  amongst Emergency Medical Professionals in Pune  (India).’

Journal of Pharmaceutical Research International, 2021, 33(42A): pp. 17-24.


10. Dr Parag Padmakar Rishipathak, Dr Monesh Bhandari, Dr Anand Sureshlal Hinduja, ‘To Assess Competency in Interpretation of Cardiac Arrhythmias among Emergency Medical Professionals in Pune, India.’

Journal of Pharmaceutical Research International, 2021, 33(42B): pp. 67-73.


11. Dr Parag Padmakar Rishipathak, Dr. Shrimathy  Vijayaraghavan, Dr Anand Sureshlal Hinduja, ‘Perception about the Factors Leading to Delay of Door to Balloon Time (DTBT) in Acute Myocardial Infarction Management amongst Emergency Medical Professionals in Pune, India.’

Journal of Pharmaceutical Research International, 2021, 33(43A): pp. 329-334.

Research Publications 2020:


1. Dr Parag Padmakar Rishipathak, Dr Anand Sureshlal Hinduja, Dr Navnita Sengupta, ‘A Comparative Analysis of Self-Efficacy in Low Fidelity Vs High Fidelity Simulation Post ACLS Sessions on cardiac Arrest Algorithm Amongst EMS Students of Pune, India.’

Indian Journal of Public Health Research and Development, 2020, 11(1): pp. 415-419.


2. Dr Parag Rishipathak, Dr Shrimathy Vijayaraghavan, Dr Anand Hinduja, ‘Concept Map Prebriefing versus Traditional Prebriefing in Ischemic Stroke Management amongst EMS students of Pune, India.’

Indian Journal of Public Health Research and Development, 2020, 11(1): pp. 420-425.


3. Dr Parag Padmakar Rishipathak, Dr Navnita Sengupta, Dr Anand Sureshlal Hinduja, ‘To Assess the Knowledge,

Attitude And Practice about Prehospital Care of Traumatic Spinal Cord Injury Among EMS Students, Pune, India.’

Journal of Critical Reviews, 2020, 7(12): pp. 847-849.


4. Anand Sureshlal Hinduja, Parag Padmakar Rishipathak, Dr Shrimathy Vijayaraghavan, ‘Impact of high fidelity simulation training on the quality of cardiopulmonary resuscitation performance among Emergency Medical Services (EMS) students in Pune, India.’

Indian Journal of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology, 2020, 14(4): pp. 3563-3566.


5. Dr Parag Padmakar Rishipathak, Dr Anand Sureshlal Hinduja, Dr Navnita Sengupta, ‘To Assess the Awareness, Beliefs and Practice Patterns Regarding Oxygen Therapy in Prehospital Management of Respiratory Emergencies amongst EMS Professionals, Pune, India.’

Indian Journal of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology, 2020, 14(4): pp. 3682-3687.


6. Dr Parag Padmakar Rishipathak, Dr Monesh Bhandari, Dr Anand Sureshlal Hinduja, ‘Simulation Based Healthcare Education- Barriers in Initiation.’

Indian Journal of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology, 2020, 14(4): pp. 3688-3691.


7. Dr Parag Padmakar Rishipathak, Dr Shrimathy Vijayaraghavan, Dr Anand Sureshlal Hinduja, ‘To Evaluate the Knowledge and Attitude Regarding Management of Acute Poisoning amongst the Emergency Medical Professionals in Pune, India.’

Indian Journal of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology, 2020, 14(4): pp. 3692-3696.


8. Dr Parag Padmakar Rishipathak, Dr Monesh Bhandari, Dr Anand Sureshlal Hinduja, ‘Assessing the Effectiveness of Online Teaching Methodology among Emergency Medical Professionals in Pune, India.’

Indian Journal of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology, 2020, 14(4): pp. 3697-3703.


9. Dr Shrimathy Vijayaraghavan, Dr Parag Rishipathak, Dr Anand Hinduja, ‘Assess the preparedness regarding triage skills amongst Emergency Medical Professionals in Pune, India.’

Indian Journal of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology, 2020, 14(4): pp. 3744-3749.


10. Ms Neha Kamlesh Ahire, Dr Parag Padmakar Rishipathak, ‘Assessment of Satisfaction levels of Health Insurance Policy Holders with Claims settlement Process in Pune, Maharashtra.’

Indian Journal of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology, 2020, 14(4): pp. 7186-7190.


11. Dr Parag Padmakar Rishipathak, Dr Anand Sureshlal Hinduja, Dr Shrimathy Vijayaraghavan, Dr Navnita Sengupta, ‘A Study to Assess the Knowledge, Attitude And Practice about Management Of Acute Exacerbation Of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease amongst EMS Professionals in Pune, India.’

Indian Journal of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology, 2020, 14(4): pp. 7191-7195.


12. Dr Parag Padmakar Rishipathak, Dr Shrimathy Vijayaraghavan, Dr Anand Sureshlal Hinduja, ‘To Assess Knowledge, Attitude and Practice on the Use of Automated External Defibrillation (AED) by Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Providers in Pune, India.’

Indian Journal of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology, 2020, 14(4): pp. 9304-9308.

Research Publications '2019


1. Rishipathak P, Vijayaraghavan S., Hinduja A., Integrating Flipped Classroom technique with High Fidelity Simulation for teaching Hemorrhagic Shock to EMS Students at Pune, India - A pilot study.

Indian Journal of Public Health Research and Development, 2019; 10(5): 677-679.


2. Rishipathak P, Bhandari M., Hinduja A., Testing preparedness of EMS personnel in identification and decompression of tension pneumothorax using high fidelity simulation – A pilot study.

Indian Journal of Public Health Research and Development, 2019; 10(5): 673-676.


3. Rishipathak P., Bhandari M., Hinduja A., Retention of cognitive skills acquired in AHA – Heartsaver First Aid CPR AED course among non-medical students in Pune city.

Indian Journal of Public Health Research and Development, 2019; 10(5): 742-744.


4. Neha Kamlesh Ahire, Parag Padmakar Rishipathak (2019) ‘Awareness of Health lnsurance - Shifting perspectives and Emerging Trends.'

Indian Journal of Public Health Research & Development, 2019; 10(5), pp 736-741.


5. Neha Kamlesh Ahire, Parag Padmakar Rishipathak (2019) ‘Factors Affecting the demand of health insurance in India - A Systematic review.'

Indian Journal of Public Health Research & Development, 2019; 10(5), pp 680-684.


6. Dharmendra Kumar Dubey, Parag Padmakar Rishipathak, Arindam Das (2019) ‘Varying Patterns of Societal Discriminations in Anaemia among Women in India - Findings from Third and Fourth Rounds of NFHS Survey.’

Indian Journal of Public Health Research & Development, 2019; 10(5), pp. 759-764.


7. Rohit Singh Tomar, Parag Padmakar Rishipathak, ‘Study on Acute Respiratory Diseases among Children of below Five Years in India’.

Indian Journal of Public Health Research & Development, 2019; 10(7), pp. 1522-1525.


8. Dr Parag Padmakar Rishipathak, Dr. Shrimathy Vijayaraghavan, Dr Anand Sureshlal Hinduja, ‘Impact of first exposure to high fidelity simulation on self-reported psychological stress levels amongst EMS students in Pune, India’.

Indian Journal of Public Health Research & Development, 2019; 10(6), pp. 670-675.


9. Dr Parag Padmakar Rishipathak, Dr Monesh Bhandari, Dr Anand Sureshlal Hinduja, ‘Assessment of non-technical skills using high fidelity simulation among Emergency Medical Services (EMS) students in Pune, India.’

Indian Journal of Public Health Research & Development, 2019; 10(6), pp. 866-869.


10. Dr Parag Padmakar Rishipathak, Dr Monesh Bhandari, Dr Anand Sureshlal Hinduja, ‘Utility of High Fidelity Simulation training in improving adherence to critical actions during cardiopulmonary arrest’

Indian Journal of Public Health Research & Development, 2019; 10(7), pp. 1650-1653.


11. Dr Parag Padmakar Rishipathak, Dr Shrimathy Vijayaraghavan, Dr Anand Sureshlal Hinduja, ‘Integrating High Fidelity Simulation with patient assessment Using International Trauma Life Support (ITLS) protocols for prehospital scenarios amongst Emergency Medical Services (EMS) students, Pune’.

Indian Journal of Public Health Research & Development, 2019; 10(7), pp. 1454-1457.


12. Dr Shrimathy Vijayraghavan, Parag Rishipathak, Anand Hinduja, ‘High-Fidelity Simulation Versus Case-Based Discussion for Teaching Bradyarrythmia in Emergency Medical Services Students’.

Journal of Emergencies, Trauma and Shock, 2019; 12(3), pp. 176-178.


Research Publications '2018


1. Rishipathak P, Yeravdekar R, Rajhans P., Global Comparison of Ambulance services in selected countries and feasibility to have standardized Ambulance services for India.

Indian Journal of Public Health Research and Development, 2018; 9(7): 216-220


2. Rishipathak P, Yeravdekar R, Rajhans P., Comparative Study of EMS Access Number in the Developed and Developing Countries and Feasibility to Have a Common Emergency Access Number for India.

Indian Journal of Public Health Research and Development, 2018; 9(5): 571-576


3. Ahire N., Rishipathak P., Study of Determinants of Renewal of Health Insurance Policies.

Indian Journal of Public Health Research and Development, 2018; 9(12): 124-129


Research Publications '2017


1. Rishipathak P, Yeravdekar R, Rajhans P., Shelke D., Tilekar S., Shukla S., Maharashtra Emergency Medical Services Project - A Scalable Model.

Indian Journal of Public Health Research and Development, 2017; 8(4): 768-772


2. Rishipathak P, Yeravdekar R, Rajhans P., Shelke D., Tilekar S., Maharashtra Emergency Medical Services Project - Assessment of Efficacy.

Indian Journal of Public Health Research and Development, 2017; 8(4): 721-725


3. Rishipathak P, Yeravdekar R, Rajhans P., Shelke D., Tilekar S., Effectiveness of Training Provided to Emergency Medical Services Professionals Working with Maharashtra Emergency Medical Services Project.

Indian Journal of Public Health Research and Development, 2017; 8(4): 751-754