60 Seconds to Survival A Pilot Study of a Disaster Triage Video Game for Paramedics

Cicero, M., Whitfill, T., Munjal, K., et al. (2017). 60 Seconds to Survival: A Pilot Study of a Disaster Triage Video Game for Paramedics. (Article in press; hyperlink to be added.) American Journal of Disaster Medicine.
The authors demonstrate that playing a web-based screen based simulation (video game) is associated with improvements in pediatric and adult primary triage decisions. The study population included paramedics and EMTs, and prehospital healthcare students.
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