Coordination of health-service provision in humanitarian crises: a systematic review of suggested models

  • Lotfi T
  • Bou-Karroum L
  • Darzi A
  • et al.
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Background National and international humanitarian relief organizsations play an important part in humanitarian crises. There is evidence of lack of coordination between organisations providing health services in public health emergencies. Our objective was to identify published models of coordination between organisations funding or delivering health services in situations of humanitarian crisis worldwide.

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Lotfi, T., Bou-Karroum, L., Darzi, A., Hajjar, R., Rahyel, A. E., El-Eid, J., … Akl, E. A. (2017). Coordination of health-service provision in humanitarian crises: a systematic review of suggested models. The Lancet, 390, S37. https://doi.org/10.1016/s0140-6736(17)32088-3

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