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Playing along: computer games and simulations for emergency preparedness training.
Olson-D; Piland-NF; Ramloll-R;. Scheller-AS; Beedasy-J; Monahan-C
Public Health Preparedness Summit 2007, February 19-23, 2007, Washington DC. Washington, DC: National Association of County and City Health Officials, 2007 Feb; :22
This session will illustrate the process of developing, piloting, and implementing interactive computer games and simulations designed to assist working professionals in meeting the challenges of public health preparedness. Critical partnerships with creative arts and technology specialists, target users, and others will be identified. Presenters will demonstrate the use of the virtual training space Play2Train in a massive multiplayer environment, as well as the Disaster at Franklin County program. They will also share lessons learned from implementations and evaluations.
Computer-software; Engineering; Disaster-planning; Disaster-prevention; Engineering; Professional-workers; Public-health; Technical-personnel; Training; Education
Public Health Preparedness Summit, February 2007, Washington DC
University of Minnesota Twin Cities
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