Modeling the Public Health Response to Bioterrorism Using Discrete Event Simulation to Design Antibiotic Distribution Centers
Hupert, N., Mushlin, A., and Callahan, M. (2002). Modeling the Public Health Response to Bioterrorism: Using Discrete Event Simulation to Design Antibiotic Distribution Centers. Medical Decision Making. 5Suppl: S17-25.
The authors conducted simulation modeling to determine optimal staffing levels for a hypothetical antibiotic distribution center in a bioterrorism scenario. They discuss the utility of this type of research and share that live exercises can help improve preparedness to respond to bioterrorism.
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