AID-N Events

Oral presentation at IEEE Engineering Medicine Biology Society conference. Sep 2005.

Latest Photo

BWI Airport

August 2005. Inside the triage ambulance at BWI Fire and Rescue department.

Presentations

Presentation at NLM Reverse Site Visit

Reports

AID-N Final Report

Publications

Next Generation Triage, Tia Gao and David White. To appear in Proceedings of the IEEE Engineering Medicine and Biology Society Conference (IEEE EMBS 2006), New York, NY, September 2006.(PDF)

A Cross-Functional Service Oriented Architecture to Support Real-Time Information Exchange during Mass Casualty Events, Logan Hauenstein, Tia Gao, and David White. To appear in Proceedings of the IEEE Engineering Medicine and Biology Society Conference (IEEE EMBS 2006), New York, NY, September 2006.

Integration of Triage and Biomedical Devices for Continuous, Real-Time, Automated Patient Monitoring, Tia Gao, Tammara Massey, Jon Sharp, Will Bishop, Daniel Bernstein, and Alex Alm. To appear in Proceedings of the IEEE Medical Devices and Biosensors Conference (IEEE MDBS 2006), Boston, MA, September 2006.

Design of a Decentralized Electronic Triage System, Tammara Massey, Tia Gao, Matt Welsh, and Jonathan Sharp. To appear in Proceedings of the American Medical Informatics Association Annual Conference (AMIA 2006), Washington, DC, November 2006.

Iterative User-Centered Design of a Next Generation Patient Monitoring System for Emergency Medical Response, Tia Gao, Matthew Kim, and Alex Alm. To appear in Proceedings of the American Medical Informatics Association Annual Conference (AMIA 2006), Washington, DC, November 2006.

Service-Oriented Architecture for Disaster Response: Integration of AID-N, MICHAELS, WISER, and ESSENCE, Logan Hauenstein, Tia Gao, and David White. To appear in Proceedings of the American Medical Informatics Association Annual Conference (AMIA 2006), Washington, DC, November 2006.

Information Collection and Dissemination: Toward a portable, real-time information sharing platform for emergency response, David Crawford, Tia Gao, and David White. To appear in Proceedings of the American Medical Informatics Association Annual Conference (AMIA 2006), Washington, DC, November 2006.

Pervasive Patient Tracking for Mass Casualty Incident Response, Alex Alm, Tia Gao, and David White. To appear in Proceedings of the American Medical Informatics Association Annual Conference (AMIA 2006), Washington, DC, November 2006.

Paramedic Operations Specification as a Launching Point for Mass Casualty Incident-Targeted Engineering Design, Azmat Husain, Tia Gao, and David White. To appear in Proceedings of the American Medical Informatics Association Annual Conference (AMIA 2006), Washington, DC, November 2006.

UAV Surveillance System To Support Emergency Response to Disasters, Pedro Rodriguez. To appear in Proceedings of the American Medical Informatics Association Annual Conference (AMIA 2006), Washington, DC, November 2006.

Panel: Emergency Response Information Technology, David White, Tia Gao, Lesli Lenert, Kyle Martin, and Gilmer Blankenship. To appear in Proceedings of the American Medical Informatics Association Annual Conference (AMIA 2006), Washington, DC, November 2006.

Vital Signs Monitoring and Patient Tracking Over a Wireless Network, Tia Gao, Dan Greenspan, Matt Welsh, Radford R. Juang, and Alex Alm. In Proceedings of the 27th IEEE EMBS Annual International Conference, September 2005. (PDF)

Whitepapers

Flyer for June 23, 2006 Emergency Response Research Open House (PDF)

(May 2006) Lessons Learned from Mass Casualty Drill at Maryland Fire and Training Institute(PDF)

(Mar 2006) Interviews with EMS Experts to current needs in the disaster response community (PDF)

(Mar 2006) User Survey Results from EMS Today Conference and Maryland Task Force One (PDF)

(Mar 2006) Lessons Learned from observations at Baltimore County Table Top Exercise (PDF)

(Feb 2006) Lessons Learned from Baltimore County DHS Mass Casualty Incident Table Top Exercise (PDF)

(Nov 2005) Lessons Learned from Ambulance Ride Alongs in Arlington County (PDF)