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Herrmann's clinic planning software available for free download

Clinic Planning Model Generator v.1.21 is one of the results of Associate Professor Jeffrey Herrmann's (ME/ISR) work with mass vaccination clinics. It is now available for download free of charge. The Generator is a MS Excel spreadsheet with Visual Basic macros that runs in most Windows environments. A user guide, template and sample clinic model are also available for download.

The generator was created by grad student Mark Treadwell and Dr. Herrmann with support from Montgomery County, Md., under a cooperative agreement from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to the National Association of County and City Health Officials.

| Download the software at the Computer Integrated Manufacturing Lab's web site | View a PDF file of Dr. Herrmann's work with mass vaccination clinics |

September 4, 2005


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