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After-Action Report, a fillable chart for Public Health Performance Evaluation

Description:

What does this tool do?
The After-Action Report assists in identification of key resources that would have been useful during the event, partnerships that need to be created or maintained for the future, and trainings that should be continued or identified to prepare for the next emergency event. Distributed to emergency responders shortly after an event the tool can be completed in its entirety the emergency responder. The tool is designed to be used in a variety of different event types and jurisdictions.

Who could use this tool?
This tool assists health departments or other agencies that may have limited resources in reviewing their performance in a response and identifying opportunities for continuous quality improvement.

Toolkit:

Quality Improvement Toolkit

Keyword Area:

After Action Reports

Jurisdiction:

100,000 - 149,999

Institutional Author:

University of Minnesota, U-SEEE PERRC

Submitted:

05/02/2013

Modified:

05/08/2013

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