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What is adaptive capacity? I will explore the idea of capacity in a system and explain how fire service incident command builds adaptive capacity, and how this can be translated into leadership principles.
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The specific issue observed and subject to this analysis is the use of the current medical dispatch triage system, DPCI-II which uses a static deployment model and little variability in dispatch triage assignment for level of response. Additionally, there are currently no alternatives to transporting patients to the emergency department.
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*As found at: https://healthsci.queensu.ca/hqprograms/programs/master-science-healthcare-quality The…