Dr Wael Rashwan
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A system dynamics view of the acute bed blockage problem in the Irish healthcare system
W Rashwan, W Abo-Hamad, A Arisha
European Journal of Operational Research 247 (1), 276-293, 2015
402015
Modeling of healthcare systems: past, current and future trends
A Arisha, W Rashwan
2016 Winter Simulation Conference (WSC), 1523-1534, 2016
142016
Evaluating policy interventions for delayed discharge: a system dynamics approach
W Rashwan, M Ragab, W Abo-Hamad, A Arisha
2013 Winter Simulations Conference (WSC), 2463-2474, 2013
102013
An analytical representation of flexible resource allocation in hospitals
M Thorwarth, W Rashwan, A Arisha
Flexible Services and Manufacturing Journal 28 (1-2), 148-165, 2016
72016
Modeling behavior of nurses in clinical medical unit in university hospital: burnout implications
W Rashwan, A Arisha
2015 Winter Simulation Conference (WSC), 3880-3891, 2015
52015
An Integrated Framework For Staffing And Shift Scheduling In Hospitals
W Rashwan
Dublin Institute of Technology, 2017
32017
An integrated approach of multi-objective optimization model for evaluating new supporting program in Irish hospitals
W Rashwan, H Habib, G Courtney, A Arisha, S Kennelly
2016 Winter Simulation Conference (WSC), 1904-1915, 2016
32016
Bed blockage in Irish hospitals: system dynamics methodology
W Rashwan, MA Ragab, W Abo-Hamad, A Arisha
Proceedings of the 2013 Winter Simulation Conference: Simulation: Making …, 2013
32013
Using modelling and simulation to improve elderly care in Ireland: a case study
M Ragab, W Rashwan, W Abo-Hamad, A Arisha
Int. Journal On Advances in Life Sciences 5, 89-102, 2013
32013
An empirical estimation of statistical inferences for system dynamics model parameters
M Mesabbah, W Rashwan, A Arisha
Proceedings of the Winter Simulation Conference 2014, 686-697, 2014
12014
A multi-method scheduling framework for medical staff
W Rashwan, J Fowler, A Arisha
2018 Winter Simulation Conference (WSC), 1464-1475, 2018
2018
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