STAT 911: Simulation Training to Assist Triage of 911 Call
Researchers investigate whether simulation training improves how quickly and accurately call receivers at 911 call centers identify cardiac arrest and initiate cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) over the phone.
Provider-Based Reporting via Health Information Exchanges
Researchers assess how a system innovation within a health information exchange affects condition reporting to public health departments.
Health Information Exchange Evaluation in Washington State
Researchers seek to identify structural and process elements that help or hinder use of the Washington State Health Information Exchange.
TransPHorm: Machine Translation for Public Health Information
Researchers study how to use machine translation technology to produce efficient and accurate public health material for limited English speakers.
An Exploration of Bi-Directional SMS Use by Public Health
Researchers evaluate the use of two-way, text message (SMS) communications to improve public health emergency preparedness and response.
Bystander CPR in Limited English Populations
Researchers use findings to modify 911-assisted instructions and develop culturally appropriate CPR training strategies for limited English proficiency populations.
Washington Tracking Network Data Presentation and Mapping Application
Researchers are helping the Washington State Department of Health make public health data accessible to the general public through a redesigned web portal.
Improving Population Health Through Enhanced Targeted Regional Decision Support
Researchers identify, analyze, and describe individual, organizational, and data quality factors that affect the successful use of technology meant to improve notifiable condition reporting.
911 Call Center Intervention to Improve Identification of Cardiac Arrest
Researchers look for evidence that can guide dispatchers in identifying cardiac arrest victims in the most efficient way possible.