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Evaluation of Hospital Disaster Drills: A Module-Based Approach

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Prepared by:

The Johns Hopkins University Evidence-based Practice Center,
The Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health; and
The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory

    Sara E. Cosgrove, M.D., M.S.
    Mollie W. Jenckes, M.H.Sc., B.S.N.
    Karen Kohri
    Edbert B. Hsu, M.D., M.P.H.
    Gary Green, M.D., M.P.H.
    Carolyn J. Feuerstein
    Christina L. Catlett, M.D.
    Karen A. Robinson, M.Sc.
    Eric B. Bass, M.D., M.P.H.


File Name		Description		Software	Version	File	Size
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01title.doc	Microsoft WordŽ Document	MS WordŽ	2002	21KB	1 page
Contents: Title Page
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02acknl.doc	Microsoft WordŽ Document	MS WordŽ	2002	23KB	1 page
Contents: Acknowledgments, Suggested Citation
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03abstr.doc	Microsoft WordŽ Document	MS WordŽ	2002	21KB	1 page
Contents: Abstract: Introduction, Development of the Evaluation Modules, Content of the 
Evaluation Modules and Addenda
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04conts.doc	Microsoft WordŽ Document	MS WordŽ	2002	23KB	1 page
Contents: Table of Contents
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05body.doc	Microsoft WordŽ Document	MS WordŽ	2002	74KB	14 pages
Contents: How to Use This Tool: Introduction, Development of the Evaluation Modules, Evaluation 
Modules and Addenda, Evaluation Planning and Execution, Additional Issues
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06tbl1.doc	Microsoft WordŽ Document	MS WordŽ	2002	36KB	1 page
Contents: Table 1. Recommended use of evaluation modules and addenda
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07tbl2.doc	Microsoft WordŽ Document	MS WordŽ	2002	35KB	1 page
Contents: Table 2. Zone codes and paper color coding
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08fig1.doc	Microsoft WordŽ Document	MS WordŽ	2002	42KB	1 page
Contents: Figure 1. Sample page from an evaluation module
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09refs.doc	Microsoft WordŽ Document	MS WordŽ	2002	26KB	2 pages
Contents: References
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10modu1.doc	Microsoft WordŽ Document	MS WordŽ	2002	197KB	8 pages
Contents: Pre-drill Module
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11modu2.doc	Microsoft WordŽ Document	MS WordŽ	2002	132KB	17 pages
Contents: Incident Command Center Zone Module
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12modu3.doc	Microsoft WordŽ Document	MS WordŽ	2002	170KB	21 pages
Contents: Decontamination Zone Module
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13modu4.doc	Microsoft WordŽ Document	MS WordŽ	2002	142KB	18 pages
Contents: Triage Zone Module
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14modu5.doc	Microsoft WordŽ Document	MS WordŽ	2002	156KB	20 pages
Contents: Treatment Zone Module
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15addn1.doc	Microsoft WordŽ Document	MS WordŽ	2002	345KB	10 pages
Contents: Biological Incident Addendum
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16addn2.doc	Microsoft WordŽ Document	MS WordŽ	2002	234KB	9 pages
Contents: Radiation Incident Addendum
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17addn3.doc	Microsoft WordŽ Document	MS WordŽ	2002	23KB	2 pages
Contents: General Observation and Documentation Addendum
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18addn4.doc	Microsoft WordŽ Document	MS WordŽ	2002	111KB	2 pages
Contents: Victim Tracking Addendum
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19modu6.doc	Microsoft WordŽ Document	MS WordŽ	2002	42KB	2 pages
Contents: Group Debriefing Module
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20appa.xls	Microsoft ExcelŽ Worksheet	MS ExcelŽ	2002	163KB	4 sheets
Contents: Appendix A. Spreadsheet for Information Collected on Evaluation Modules and Addenda:
Pre-Drill Module, Main Module, Biological Incident Addendum, Radiation Incident Addendum
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AHRQ Publication No. 04-0032
Current as of April 2004

 

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