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The articles listed below were recommended by members of the COI Oversight Committee and other subject matter experts for their content and relevance to Crisis Standards of Care (CSC) and Allocation of Scarce Resources (ASR).
collapse Year : 2013 ‎(3)
Practical, ethical, and legal challenges underlying crisis standards of care.Hodge JG Jr, Hanfling D, Powell TP.Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics41Suppl 150-55CSC
Systematic review of strategies to manage and allocate scarce resources during mass casualty eventTimbie JW, Ringel JS, Fox DS, Pillemer F, Waxman DA, Moore M, Hansen CK, Knebel AR, Ricciardi R, Kellermann AL.Annals of Emergency Medicine616677-689ASR
When the bells toll: engaging healthcare providers in catastrophic disaster response planning.Hanfling, D.Southern Medical Journal106141467CSC
collapse Year : 2012 ‎(8)
Allocation of scarce resources during Mass Casualty Events (MCEs)Agency for Healthcare Research and QualityCSC
A framework for catastrophic disaster response.Hanfling D, Altevogt BM, Gostin LO.JAMA3087675-6CSC
Allocating scarce resources in disasters: Emergency department principles.Hick JL, Hanfling D, Cantrill SV. Annals of Emergency Medicine593177-187Both
Barriers to integrating crisis standards of care principles into international disaster and response plans: Workshop summaryInstitute of Medicine30CSC
Crisis standards of care: A systems framework for catastrophic disaster responseCommittee on Guidance for Establishing Crisis Standards of Care for Use in Disaster Situations, Institute of Medicine516CSC
Public engagement on facilitating access to antiviral medications and information in an influenza pandemic: Workshop series summary.Institute of Medicine42ASR
Toward the way forward: The national children's disaster mental health concept of operations.Schreiber, M., B. Pfefferbaum, et al.Disaster Medicine and Public Health Preparedness62174-181ASR
Understanding the role for crisis standards of care.Hanfling, D., J. L. Hick, et al.Annals of Emergency Medicine605669-670CSC
collapse Year : 2011 ‎(8)
Model uniform core criteria for mass casualty triage.American Academy of Pediatrics, American College of Emergency Physicians, etal.Disaster Medicine and Public Health Preparedness52 125-8ASR
A framework for physician activity during disasters and surge eventsGriffiths JL, Estipona A,Waterson JA.Am J Disaster Med6139-46
Ethical issues in pediatric emergency mass critical care.Antommaria, A. H., T. Powell, et al.Pediatric Critical Care Medicine126 SupplS163-S168ASR
Health care system planning for and response to a nuclear detonation.Hick JL, Weinstock DM, Coleman CN, Hanfling D, Cantrill S, Redlener I, Bader JL, Murrain-Hill P, Knebel AR.Disaster Medicine and Public Health Preparedness5Suppl 1S73-S88ASR
Pandemics and health equity: Lessons learned from the H1N1 response in Los Angeles County.Plough, A., B. Bristow, et al.Journal of Public Health Management and Practice17120-27ASR
Radiation injury after a nuclear detonation: Medical consequences and the need for scarce resources allocation.DiCarlo, A. L., C. Maher, et al.Disaster Medicine and Public Health Preparedness5Suppl 1S32-S44ASR
State hospital crisis standard of care guidelines in disasters. (Version 1.2)Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals, ESF-8 Health & Medical Section35CSC
The Minnesota Pandemic Ethics Project: Sequenced, robust public engagement processes.Garrett JE, Vawter DE, etal.Journal of Participatory Medicine3e6ASR
collapse Year : 2010 ‎(5)
Crisis Standards of Care: Summary of a Workshop Series.Institute of Medicine.174CSC
Health care decisions in disasters: Engaging the public on medical service prioritization during a severe influenza pandemicLi-Vollmer, M.Journal of Participatory Medicine2e17ASR
Medical Surge Capacity: Workshop Summary.Institute of Medicine.176Both
Meeting the challenge of pandemic influenza: Ethical guidance for leaders and health care professionals in the Veterans Health Administration.Veterans Health Administration, The Pandemic Influenza Ethics Initiative Work Group83ASR
Standard of care--in sickness and in health and in emergencies.Gostin, L. O., D. Hanfling, et al.New England Journal of Medicine363141378-1380CSC
collapse Year : 2009 ‎(7)
Adapting standards of care under extreme conditionsGebbie, K. M., C. A. Peterson, et alModel uniform core criteria for mass casualty triage.32111-116Both
Alternate care systems: Stratification of careHanfling, D.7CSC
Creation of Surge Capacity by Early Discharge of Hospitalized Patients at Low Risk for Untoward EventsG. D. Kelen, M. L. McCarthy, C. K. Kraus, R. Ding, E. B. Hsu, G. Li, J. B. Shahan, J. J. Scheulen, G. B. Green Disaster Medicine and Public Health Preparedness3SupplementS10-S16ASR
Guidance for establishing crisis standards of care for use in disaster situations: A letter reportInstitute of Medicine160CSC
National preparedness for a catastrophic emergency: Crisis standards of care.Gostin, L. O. and D. Hanfling.JAMA302212365-2366CSC
Public engagement project on medical service prioritization during an influenza pandemic.Seattle & King County Department of Public Health69ASR
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