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Title: Building resilience in health systems
Authors: Briguglio, Lino
Azzopardi Muscat, Natasha
Keywords: Public health administration -- Case studies
Organizational resilience
Health systems agencies
Issue Date: 2017
Citation: Briguglio, L., & Azzopardi Muscat, N. (2017). Building resilience in health systems.
Abstract: The term “resilience” is increasingly being used in various disciplines, including ecology, psychology, sociology and economics, and has been applied to all living beings. The word originates from its Latin root resilire referring to the ability to rise again suggesting that it is closely connected with the verb to recover. When applied to humans, the term is associated with individuals, communities or nations, who are actually or potentially exposed to harm and who adopt measures to withstand or counteract such harm.
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