Experiment planning and deviations

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Defining Team Performance for Simulation-based Training: Methodology, Metrics, and Opportunities for Emergency Medicine

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1) proposes a scientifically based methodology for SBT design and evaluation, 2) reviews existing team performance metrics in health care along with recommendations, and 3) focuses on leadership as a target for SBT because it has a high likelihood to improve many team processes and ultimately performance

The workpad user interface and methodology: Developing smart and effective mobile applications for emergency operators

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The use of emergency operations centres in local government emergency management.

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Combination of closed and open-ended questionsParticipants were instructed at the beginning to answer from the point of view of the organization they worked for.Along with the questionnaire, each participant received a definition sheet explaining key terms used in the questionnaire.

Teaching Critical Management Skills to Senior Nursing Students: Videotaped or Interactive Hands-On Instruction?

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Students were randomly allocated to one of three groups: control, video, or interactive learning. The principles of crisis resource management were used as a framework to develop six objectives that informed the interventions and the evaluation criteria used in the OSCE.

Geotagging Twitter Messages in Crisis Management.

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Software developmentFirst, we evaluated the system by comparing its output against human judgement as ground truth for a selection of 500 tweetsSecondly, we tested our geotagger performance with the testing dataset against other geocoding platforms including: The Alchemy API NER and the Yahoo! GeoPlanet service.The IBM research (Australia) plans the OzCrsisTracker 2.0 deployment in the Australian Bushfire and Flood season 2014.

Project training evaluation: Reshaping boundary objects and assumptions

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Four organisations were selected as two matched pairs: one pair from the manufacturing sector and one from the services sector. All the cases are companies which are publicly listed and are of a similar capitalisation, workforce size and using projects as a means of achieving their contracts and in-house initiatives. Companies 1 and 4 are manufacturing organisations using projects for non-process activities and inhouse improvement initiatives. Companies 2 and 3 are projectbased service organisations. Company 2 and Company 4 are nationally acclaimed learning organisations (LO).

Detection of undesirable communication patterns in multi-agent systems

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Empirical case studies involving human actors interacting with the MAS: A customer agent needs to locate a suitable agent to perform a service on its behalf, and once located, it has to ask for it. Crisis management case study described by: García-Magariño et al. (2009)

Educating the Next Generation to Respond to a Bioterrorism Event.

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Interdisciplinary role play, 1,5 day workshopThe University of Missouri assembled campuswide and national expertise to participate in an interdisciplinary workshop addressing the complexity of the bioterrorism problem, spanning teaching, research, response, mitigation, and public policyexpert discussions on topics critical to the response to a possible terrorism event and a 4-h tabletop exercise developed for the 28 participating studentsstudent teams shared their analysis and experience from the tabletop scenarios, and the expert panel provided feedback on their briefings.

How Simple Hypothetical-Choice Experiments Can Be Utilized to Learn Humans’ Navigational Escape Decisions in Emergencies.

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We conduct hypothetical emergency exit-choice experiments framed as simplepictures, and then mimic those hypothetical scenarios in more realistic fashions through staging mock evacuation trials with actual crowdsParticipants were invited to a survey in which they were introduced to 14 hypothetical exit-choice scenarios.And Participants were instructed to wait at the initial position of the evacuation room (See S2 Fig) and upon the start of each run, they were asked to enter the model building compete with others to escape from the room as quickly as possible assuming that they were running

Interoperable architecture for joint real/virtual training in emergency management using the MPEG-V standard.

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