Top ten knowledge DB entries related to Methodological Lessons Learned are listed below.
Managing the inconceivable: participatory assessments of impacts and responses to extreme climate change

Designs could be adopted in future climate impact and adaptation studies to explore the implications and identify the responses and their implementation in both gradually evolving impacts as well as extreme climate change.

Research on Efficiency of Collaborative Allocation System of Emergency Material Based on Synergetic Theory

“It’s quite difficult to describe the development of most parameters quantitatively. We can not establish a precise mathematical model, and can only get the qualitative knowledge of the changes of the system.” Pp. 243

Design of fault simulator

Due to the increase of process complexities and loss of major plant experts, it is important to provide to construct fault knowledge structures with respect to process knowledge.

Project training evaluation: Reshaping boundary objects and assumptions

interventions appear to be successful but references to gaining information via training and education did not include sharing or developing others either from a lack of means or motivation.Performance improvement was hard to assess.Greater attention should be paid to the front-end of training, not just computing the economic value or benefit of training, but ensuring true value-added by developing a shared understanding and identification with the organisational goals and working out a strategy to manage their achievement through appropriate boundary objects (e.g. benefits realisation maps and balanced scorecards).

Evaluation of Medical Management During a Mass Casualty Incident Exercise: An Objective Assessment Tool to Enhance Direct Observation

Although much attention was given to making the as realistic as possible, the scenario was still a simulation.The degree to which human performance during the simulation mimics behavior in a true is unknown. The present system is also limited to markers of individual human performance, and does not evaluate equipment, information systems, or even patient management protocols.A three-part (triage, medical maneuvers, and radio usage) can provide a method to evaluate functional mass casualty incident exercises, and is easily implemented. For the best results, it should be used in conjunction with direct . The evaluation tool has great potential as a reproducible and internationally recognized tool for evaluating disaster management exercises.

Conventional Medical Education and the History of Simulation in Radiology

According to the authors, further work is required to validate some of the tools so that they can be used to document proficiency.

Simulation for ward processes of surgical care

Involvement of a diverse range of potential end users, the involvement of representatives of all target groups should be sought in the in the development of a simulated ward. Simulations should include the formation of multicentre working and research groups to guide the development and use of simulated wards as well as a centralized database of validated scenarios and tools.

D-DEMATEL: A new method to identify critical success factors in emergency management

Compared with fuzzy DEMATEL and evidential DEMATEL, D-DEMATEL is well addressed the fuzziness and subjectivity in linguistic and more applicable to identify the CSFs in management, which inherently has a linguistic assessment process.

A risk assessment tool for improving safety standards and emergency management in Italian onshore wind farms

Incorporate knowledge on the factors contributing to incidents in onshore wind farms is necessary between policy makers and regulators.The is the work of experts with a specific knowledge of the issue, it should not be a limit to possible configurations of risk that can be found in operating a wind farm and it can be implemented.

Development, initial reliability and validity testing of an observational tool for assessing technical skills of operating room nurses

of OR nurses’ technical is becoming a priority. The present evidence suggests that the ICATS-N_ could be considered for use as an assessment/training for junior OR nurses.In future empirical work, it is essential to replicate the present findings with larger samples that should ideally be drawn from different institutions.



DRIVER+ project has received funding from the European Union's 7th Framework Programme for Research,
Technological Development and Demonstration under Grant Agreement (GA) N° #607798