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(American Journal of Disaster Medicine[TA])
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  • No one left behind: Postevent experiences of differently abled individuals in Denmark. [Journal Article]
  • AJAm J Disaster Med 2018 Spring; 13(2):129-141
  • Todorovac A, Simonsen LD, Elklit A
  • CONCLUSIONS: This study has identified significant gaps in predisaster and postdisaster service provision for IPD. There is a need for general evacuation guidelines and more specialized professional help to provide better aftercare according to the different needs of the IPD. The results of this study can inform policy makers to enhance existing services and/or develop new guidelines and evacuation plans targeted at this population.
  • A scoping review of evaluation methods for health emergency preparedness exercises. [Journal Article]
  • AJAm J Disaster Med 2018 Spring; 13(2):107-127
  • Skryabina E, Riley P, … Amlôt R
  • CONCLUSIONS: The purpose of evaluation should guide the selection of evaluation methods for HEPE, and these are not context specific. If evaluation is for accountability purposes, such as to test organizational capability to respond, participant feedback should be collected in addition to objective data on performance in an exercise. Advantages of routinely collecting data from exercise participants to study their reactions (exercise feedback, perceptions, satisfaction with the exercise) and routinely conducting post-exercise debriefs (both hot debrief and cold debrief), are discussed to support evaluation for development or learning purposes in any context.
  • Validation of a novel irritant gas syndrome triage algorithm. [Journal Article]
  • AJAm J Disaster Med 2018; 13(1):13-26
  • Culley JM, Donevant S, … DiNardi S
  • CONCLUSIONS: This study validates the IGSA triage algorithm as the basis for the development of a prototype software application to quickly identify victims of a chemical disaster and triage patients efficiently and accurately with the potential to dramatically improve the processing of patients in EDs.
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