Computer-Facilitated Assessment of Disaster Preparedness for Remote Hospitals in a Long-Distance Virtual Tabletop Drill Model

Gillett, B., Silverberg, M., Roblin, P., et al. (2011). Computer-Facilitated Assessment of Disaster Preparedness for Remote Hospitals in a Long-Distance, Virtual Tabletop Drill Model. Prehospital Disaster Medicine. 26(3):230-3.
The authors developed and tested an Internet-based software tool to assess disaster preparedness for remote hospitals using a long-distance, virtual, tabletop drill. Results were positive, and indicated that weekly reinforcement contributed to strong compliance with the study.
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