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People’s willingness to donate blood: Agent-based approach

People’s willingness to donate blood: Agent-based approach
People’s willingness to donate blood: Agent-based approach
In cases where a trial-and-error experiment is costly or impossible, especially in healthcare industry, researchers have used simulation modeling to avoid the risk caused by a trial-and-error experiment. In healthcare industry, blood supply plays an important role because the shortage of blood could make people’s life at risk. In most countries in Southeast Asia, including Indonesia, blood services have not been considered as an essential service for healthcare support program. Moreover, blood supply chain in low-and-middle-income countries has different characteristics and challenges compared to the high-income countries. For developing countries, one of the important factors is the number of donors. This research conducted to see how the agent makes decision about donating their blood. Finding?
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Dwiartika, Dania Nurissa
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Putro, Utomo Sarjono
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Siallagan, Manahan

Dwiartika, Dania Nurissa, Putro, Utomo Sarjono, Siallagan, Manahan and Onggo, B. S. (2017) People’s willingness to donate blood: Agent-based approach. In, Ichikawa, Manabu, Putro, Utomo Sarjono, Ichikawa, Manabu and Siallagan, Manahan (eds.) Agent-Based Approaches in Economics and Social Complex Systems IX. SpringerLink, pp. 15-26. (doi:10.1007/978-981-10-3662-0).

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Abstract

In cases where a trial-and-error experiment is costly or impossible, especially in healthcare industry, researchers have used simulation modeling to avoid the risk caused by a trial-and-error experiment. In healthcare industry, blood supply plays an important role because the shortage of blood could make people’s life at risk. In most countries in Southeast Asia, including Indonesia, blood services have not been considered as an essential service for healthcare support program. Moreover, blood supply chain in low-and-middle-income countries has different characteristics and challenges compared to the high-income countries. For developing countries, one of the important factors is the number of donors. This research conducted to see how the agent makes decision about donating their blood. Finding?

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Published date: 2017

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Local EPrints ID: 425225
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/425225
PURE UUID: 7b41ee47-0c2b-4e41-a841-26cff27e8f89
ORCID for B. S. Onggo: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0001-5899-304X

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Date deposited: 11 Oct 2018 16:30
Last modified: 12 Dec 2021 04:25

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Author: Dania Nurissa Dwiartika
Author: Utomo Sarjono Putro
Author: Manahan Siallagan
Author: B. S. Onggo ORCID iD
Editor: Manabu Ichikawa
Editor: Utomo Sarjono Putro
Editor: Manabu Ichikawa
Editor: Manahan Siallagan

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