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Title: The vulnerability and resilience framework applied to the public health system
Authors: Briguglio, Lino
Azzopardi Muscat, Natasha
Keywords: States, Small -- Economic conditions
Public health administration -- Case studies
Small business -- Case studies
Issue Date: 2016
Publisher: University Of Malta. Islands and Small States Institute
Citation: Briguglio L., & Azzopardi Muscat, N. (2016). The vulnerability and resilience framework applied to the public health system.
Abstract: The size of a territory can be measured in terms of its population, its land area or its gross national product. Some studies prefer to use population as an index of size, while others take a composite index of the three variables. The World Bank and the Commonwealth Secretariat define small states as those with a population of 1.5 million or fewer. In this presentation, I shall define microstates as countries with a population of 1 million or fewer.
Description: This presentation was presented at the World Health Organisation (WHO) High-Level meeting of the European Small Countries in Monaco, 11-12 October 2016.
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