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Published on 26.04.19 in Vol 21, No 4 (2019): April

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

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  1. Kiti MC, Melegaro A, Cattuto C, Nokes DJ. 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
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  2. Carenzo L, Bazurro S, Colombo D, Petrini F, Ingrassia PL. An Island-Wide Disaster Drill to Train the Next Generation of Anesthesiologists: The SIAARTI Academy Experience. Disaster Medicine and Public Health Preparedness 2020;:1
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  3. Kiti MC, Melegaro A, Cattuto C, Nokes DJ. 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
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