Use of After Action Reports

Savoia, E., Agboola, F., and Biddinger, P. (2012). Use of After Action Reports (AARs) to Promote Organizational and Systems Learning in Emergency Preparedness. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 9(8): 2949-2963.
The authors performed a structured review of after-action reports to analyze how lessons learned from the response to real-incidents may be used to maximize knowledge management and quality improvement practices such as the design of public health emergency preparedness exercises. Key areas of common problems were identified from a search of the Lessons Learned Information System database that may help develop objectives for community testing.
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