Pandemic Research and Analysis
Please understand that the information provided is primarily compiled data and findings from other research. It includes HROC experts' analysis and theories that may help explain that information, as well as possible interpretations to evaluate given the data. It is based upon the best information available at the time of publication. However, this material has not been published in peer reviewed journals, nor has it had detailed studies coupled with statistically significant data. It is designed to provide information and weigh in decision making, and is not intended to define a standard of care and should not be construed as one. Neither should it be interpreted as prescribing an exclusive set of actions nor course of management. It was developed by experts in the field of task saturation and cognitive overload, not infectious disease nor epidemiology. Every professional making use of this information is responsible for evaluating the appropriateness of applying it in the setting of any particular situation. Below is a list of recommended resources for those looking to make strides towards increased Reliability for areas affected by cognitive overload during this pandemic.
THREE ADDITIONAL ACTIONS RECOMMENDED FOR INDIVIDUALS AND PUBLIC AND PRIVATE ENTITIES TO REDUCE COVID-19 TRANSMISSION BASED ON DATA ANALYSIS, 3/22/20
By Terry Rajasenan, Chief Scientist and Executive Board Member High Reliability Organization Council (HROC)view article