Effective Practices and Recommendations for Drive-Through Clinic Points of Dispensing A Systematic Review

Holt Buck, B., Cowan, L., Smith, L., et al. (2021). Effective Practices and Recommendations for Drive-Through Clinic Points of Dispensing: A Systematic Review. (Abstract only.) Disaster Medicine and Public Health Preparedness. 15(3):374-388.
The authors reviewed the literature on drive-through clinics (DTCs) as a novel type of point of dispensing and highlight the following themes that emerged: “1) optimal DTC design and planning via decision support systems and decision support tools; (2) clinic layouts, locations, and design aspects; (3) staffing, training, and DTC communication; (4) throughput time; (5) community outreach methods; (6) DTC equipment; (7) infection prevention and personal protective equipment; and (8) adverse events prevention and traffic management.”
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