The Modelling Process
Aged Care and Hospital Flows
From Extended Neoclassical to Behavioral Choice Models
Medication error with incident reporting
ESA Dosing in Renal Anemia
Interacting nested fast and slow adaptive cycles from Panarchy Book ,Resilience thinking Book Brian Walker and David Salt Island Press 2006 and the http://www.resalliance.org/ Website, See also What is Panarchy at http://bit.ly/H9RFkL
Glucose-Insulin Model in Type 1 Diabetes
Created in James Madison University's ISAT 341 Simulation and Modeling course by Joseph Straub and Andrew Funkhouser. Based on Mark Heffernan's Glucose-Insulin Insight Maker
Glucose Insulin Model Info:
Translated from Hormone.stm in Dynamic Modeling in the Health Sciences James L hargrove, Springer 1998, Ch 24 p255-261, by Mark Heffernan.
Startup University Model
This models the progressive decline of the ability for self-reliance and the growing dependence on outside help. Z508 p39-42 System Zoo 3 by Hartmut Bossel. Strong outside help causes a collapse of self-help capacity. Weak outside help produces a stable combination of wellbeing and self-help capacity.
Medical Workforce Simple
Climate change dynamics
Competition for Resources
Glucose regulation CLD 2
Clone 5 The Ecology of Medical Care
Neoliberalism and health policy
Single and double loop learning simple rich picture
Emergency Room Patient Flow Model 2 with Treatment Spaces
Dynamics of Emergency Room Crowding with treatment spaces. Here we investigate the effect of constrained spaces and ignore any changes in treatment time or staffing effects. Many of the consequences occur before treatment with potential arrivals being turned away and arrivals leaving without being treated.
Hospital Seasonal ED and Ward Flow Improvement
Dynamic Models Learning Content
Upgrade of Kermack–McKendrick Epidemic SIR Infectious Disease Model - Metrics by Guy Lakeman
Upgrade of Kermack–McKendrick Epidemic SIR Infectious Disease Model (circa 2015) - Metrics by Guy Lakeman
This is a simple SIR infectious diseases 3 stock model with Susceptibles, Infectives and Recovereds stocks. In the initial description the R signified Removed and could include Deaths, Recovered with immunity to infection (Resistant) or those who had fled the epidemic. Note the need to initiate the epidemic by adding a pulse of a single infected person at time 0.
Addition of a slider for susceptibles is equivalent to accumulated total cases
SARS, MERS AND COVID are similar virus types only differing in their sub genus
The COVID outbreak has reached 150,000 infected people
This simulation allows an attempt at predicting how long the virus will persist and its longevity dependence on its high speed massive infection numbers that have reached pandemic proportions
SARS reached 8,000 infected total and ran for 9 months before stopping
MERS 2012 is still killing 8 years later with patients dying even after using interferon to try and cure them