Data collection plan
A nature-inspired decentralized trust model to reduce information unreliability in complex disaster relief operations
Using Twitter in crisis management for organizations bearing different country-of-origin perceptions.
a five-point Likert scale on statements
Crisis leadership in an acute clinical setting: christchurch hospital, new zealand ICU experience following the february 2011 earthquake.
The setting for the study was the Department of Intensive Care at Christchurch Hospital, New Zealand.Participants were recruited into the study through purposive sampling. A semi-structured, audio-taped, personal interview method was chosen as a single data collection method for this study
The impact of an online interprofessional course in disaster management competency and attitude towards interprofessional learning.
The sample included undergraduate students in health and allied fields from five large, urban educational institutions.
Modeling and representation for earthquake emergency response knowledge: perspective for working with geo-ontology.
A decision problem framework and a case study have been used as theoretical framework and an application test, respectively, to evaluate the EDER knowledge architecture and models.Together, they provide an evaluation of the knowledge architecture and corresponding models, including whether and how the architecture and models can be used for the EDER representation.Our case study example ‘Estimation of earthquake influence area and possible heavy disaster area’ focuses on a complex decision problem as mentioned in Table 1.
Evaluation of Medical Management During a Mass Casualty Incident Exercise: An Objective Assessment Tool to Enhance Direct Observation
Seven trained observers, located at designated areas at the exercise site, recorded their observations of medical management in the simulation on structured evaluation forms. Three observers were physicians with experience in disaster management and four were medical students with a special interest in disaster medicine.
Public Health System Research in Public Health Emergency Preparedness in the United States (2009—2015): Actionable Knowledge Base.
The authors reviewed and included the titles and abstracts of 1584 articles derived from MEDLINE, EMBASE and gray literature databases that focused on the organizational or financial aspects of public health emergency preparedness activities and were grounded on empirical studies. The authors included 156 articles and appraised the quality of the studies according to the study design.
The simulation sessions and the debriefing sessions were video recorded.