Published on in Vol 21, No 4 (2019): April

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/12251, first published .
Wearable Proximity Sensors for Monitoring a Mass Casualty Incident Exercise: Feasibility Study

Wearable Proximity Sensors for Monitoring a Mass Casualty Incident Exercise: Feasibility Study

Wearable Proximity Sensors for Monitoring a Mass Casualty Incident Exercise: Feasibility Study

Journals

  1. Kiti M, Melegaro A, Cattuto C, Nokes D. Study design and protocol for investigating social network patterns in rural and urban schools and households in a coastal setting in Kenya using wearable proximity sensors. Wellcome Open Research 2019;4:84 View
  2. Carenzo L, Bazurro S, Colombo D, Petrini F, Ingrassia P. An Island-Wide Disaster Drill to Train the Next Generation of Anesthesiologists: The SIAARTI Academy Experience. Disaster Medicine and Public Health Preparedness 2021;15(2):151 View
  3. Kiti M, Melegaro A, Cattuto C, Nokes D. Study design and protocol for investigating social network patterns in rural and urban schools and households in a coastal setting in Kenya using wearable proximity sensors. Wellcome Open Research 2019;4:84 View
  4. Tolg B, Lorenz J. An analysis of movement patterns in mass casualty incident simulations. Advances in Simulation 2020;5(1) View
  5. Ometov A, Shubina V, Klus L, Skibińska J, Saafi S, Pascacio P, Flueratoru L, Gaibor D, Chukhno N, Chukhno O, Ali A, Channa A, Svertoka E, Qaim W, Casanova-Marqués R, Holcer S, Torres-Sospedra J, Casteleyn S, Ruggeri G, Araniti G, Burget R, Hosek J, Lohan E. A Survey on Wearable Technology: History, State-of-the-Art and Current Challenges. Computer Networks 2021;193:108074 View
  6. van Niekerk J, Stein A, Doting M, Lokate M, Braakman-Jansen L, van Gemert-Pijnen J. A spatiotemporal simulation study on the transmission of harmful microorganisms through connected healthcare workers in a hospital ward setting. BMC Infectious Diseases 2021;21(1) View