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Is emergency medical dispatcher low-acuity code selection influenced by a user-interface software modification?

An ambispective, observational study aiming to determine whether changing the order of the “No” answer choice on a single key question in the Medical Priority Dispatch System (MPDS©) sick person protocol would lower the frequency of selecting a default dispatch code of 26-A-1.

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The accuracy of passive phone sensors in predicting daily mood

Daily phone usage data were collected passively from 271 Android phone users participating in a fully remote randomized controlled trial of depression treatment (BRIGHTEN). Participants completed daily Patient Health Questionnaire-2. A machine learning approach was used to predict daily mood for the entire sample and individual participants.

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Can a software-based metronome tool enhance compression rate in a realistic 911 call scenario without adversely impacting compression depth for dispatcher-assisted CPR?

A prospective, randomized, controlled simulation study aiming to measure whether the use of a metronome tool increases the proportion of callers able to perform CPR within the target rate without affecting depth.

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