CUP Undergraduate Research


Portland International Airport Patient Tracking and Family Reunification Proposal

Date of Award


Document Type

Restricted Access Practicum


School of Management


Homeland Security & Emergency Management

Degree Name

Homeland Security, BS


This proposal is designed to layout some of the problems that exist that may hinder the Port of Portland’s ability to effectively track patients/victims and reunify family members after a large scale incident at the Portland International Airport (PDX). It also includes recommendations that may facilitate the process of implementing a solution. Generally, the task of patient/victim tracking and family reunification is a challenge due to chaotic scene dynamics following an incident (Jui, 2018). The goal is to create a consistent and functional plan that facilitates efficient, accurate, and expedited patient/victim identification to reunify families after an incident.

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