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A simple simulation model of a urgent care and treatment centre. The computer tool allows managers to test ways speeding up the clinic processes and improving patient experience. The computer tool allows managers to ask question about the physical design and layout of the clinic, the order in which patients are seen, the diagnostic equipment needed by patients, and the speed of treatments.

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Specific objectives of the study that this app supports are:

  • Outline a straightforward framework for deploying a simulation developed in Python on the web for users of varying technical skills;
  • Provide an applied simulation example implementing our framework;
  • Provide guidance for modellers to begin haring models built using FOSS via the web.

See owner's GitHub repository for more information:

Monks, T. and Harper. A, (2023) A framework to share healthcare simulations on the web using free and open source tools and python.

Methods, and Results are regularly updated in our online Jupyter Book

This code is part of independent research supported by the National Institute for Health Research Applied Research Collaboration South West Peninsula. The views expressed in this publication are those of the author(s) and not necessarily those of the National Institute for Health Research or the Department of Health and Social Care.

This application was not uploaded by the author, but through their publicly available Github Repository,

Monks, T., & Harper, A. (2022). TomMonks/treat_sim_streamlit: v1.0.0 [Software]. Zenodo.


Warning: Not intended for clinical use. Assume outputs are unsafe and unvalidated. Use carefully.

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