Leadership During the Boston Marathon Bombings A Qualitative After-Action Review

Goralnick, E., Halpern, P., Loo, S., and Gates, J. (2015). Leadership During the Boston Marathon Bombings: A Qualitative After-Action Review. (Abstract only; supplementary materials available.) Disaster Medicine and Public Health Preparedness. 9(5): 489-495.
The project team analyzed qualitative data from focus groups and interviews conducted with physician leaders from seven hospitals who handled patients injured during the Boston Marathon bombings. Challenges with technology were discussed (along with other issues) as were plans for incorporating lessons learned.
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