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Danuphon Tippong

Room: E07a (Yang Fujia)
Tel: +44 (0) 115 8431399

Current Status: Registered
Year of Registration: 2018
Expected Completion Date: /09/2021

Research Topic:
Healthcare resilience improvement using collaborative care in responding to disasters

Research Details:
The study aims to develop simulation models for collaborative care strategies to improve healthcare resilience during disasters. These models will include relevant real-world aspects of collaborative care missing in the literature including simultaneous allocation of patients and medical staff; allocation of external medical staff; and ambulance sharing for patient delivery. The quantitative measures of healthcare resilience will be presented. The quantitative analysis will be performed to reveal the impact of different collaborative care strategies on healthcare resilience improvement during disasters. The study will thus provide an important opportunity to advance the understanding of collaborative care and healthcare resilience by a quantitative analysis in a computer simulation. The models will be used to understand the impact of different collaborative care strategies on the healthcare resilience improvement. The study will also support the emergency planners to develop a more effective collaborative care model responding to disasters.

Research Supervisor/s: Sanja Petrovic and Vahid Akbarighadikolaei

Department: Operations Management and Information Systems

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