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Predictive Emergency Service Operations Planning [Self-Funded Students Only]

  Research Group: Data and Knowledge Engineering
Aims. The objective of this project is the exploration of the frontier between demand forecasting and operations planning to devise predictive, intelligent, and adaptive strategies in the context of emergency services (e.g., policing, fire services, medical services). Read more

Application of immersive virtual environment technology to assess effectiveness of long-term pre-incident public education at facilitating adaptive response during mass casualty emergencies

This is a joint project between the UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) and Imperial College London. Whilst emergency services are vital for mitigating against adverse impacts of malicious attacks on publicly accessible locations, the public themselves can also play a role in reducing adverse impacts from such incidents. Read more

Emergency Department Pharmacy Services in the United Kingdom: what is their impact on the quality of care?

Pharmacists now work in many UK emergency departments and urgent care centres, in medicines focused roles but also sometimes as designated care practitioners with overall responsibility for patient care. Read more

Addressing the climate emergency by decarbonising the service sector

Applications are invited for a self-funded, 3-year full-time or 6-year part time PhD project. The PhD will be based in the Faculty of Technology, School of Civil Engineering and Surveying, and will be supervised by. Read more

Relational continuity of care

Understanding relational continuity of care. There is no funding for this project. It is for self-funded students. Background. Relational continuity of care is ongoing affiliation between clinician and a patient across many illness episodes. Read more

Describing, measuring and defining process capability in health modelling and simulation studies

The project. Why is the organisation and delivery of health and care services so difficult to plan for and manage? Difficulties and delays in accessing care services, cancellations and increasing costs have a negative impact on all of us. Read more

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