Coronavirus 2019 Information Task Force Report: Best Practices for Staffing Emergency Command Centers

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Publication Type technical report
Department University Libraries
Creator Terra Rossland; Valeri Craigle; Elizabeth Frakes; Alfred Mowdood; Shawn Steidinger; Shane Wallace
Title Coronavirus 2019 Information Task Force Report: Best Practices for Staffing Emergency Command Centers
Date 2020
Description This report is a literature review including 43 citations detailing best practices for staffing and scheduling shifts for emergency command centers in healthcare settings in response to a request from University of Utah Health administrators. The types of emergency situations covered include SARS, MERS, and natural disasters such as hurricanes. Much of the literature aimed at hospitals and public health departments tends to focus on clinical staff and best practices for handling patient surges, division of labor, communication needs and organization of tasks.
Type Text
Publisher University of Utah
Subject COVID-19; SARS; MERS; PIO; Public Information Officer; Crisis Communication; Command Center; 24/7 Shift Schedule
Subject MESH Systematic Reviews as Topic; Coronavirus Infections; Coronavirus; Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus; Benchmarking; Practice Guidelines as Topic; Bibliographies as Topic; Appointments and Schedules; Personnel Staffing and Scheduling; Personnel Management; Shift Work Schedule; Crowding; Surge Capacity; Triage; Pandemics; Emergencies; Disasters; Disaster Planning; Emergency Medical Services; Emergency Service, Hospital; Public Health Practice; Equipment and Supplies; Resource Allocation; Emergency Medical Service Communication Systems; Mass Media; Social Media
Technical Report Institution University of Utah
Technical Report Number UUCITF_2020-04-11_Rpt-001
Language eng
Rights Management Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International (CC BY-NC-SA 4.0)
Format Medium application/pdf
Format Extent 270 KB (277,489 bytes)
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Setname ir_uspace
Date Created 2020-10-27
Date Modified 2021-05-06
ID 1602737
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