Operational Evaluation of High-Throughput Community-Based Mass Prophylaxis Using Just-in-Time Training

The authors describe a study where Multnomah County, Oregon, conducted a high-throughput point of dispensing (POD) exercise to test just-in-time training and computer modeling to validate POD staffing estimates. One finding was that staff was underutilized, suggesting the opportunity for even more efficient, wider-reaching PODs.
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