Accountability for Reasonableness Establishing a Fair Process for Priority Setting is Easier than Agreeing on Principles
Daniels, N. (2000). Accountability for Reasonableness: Establishing a Fair Process for Priority Setting is Easier than Agreeing on Principles. British Medical Journal. 321(7272): 1300–1301.
The author emphasizes the need for a transparent, fair process to be in place for any resource allocation frameworks to be successful–a key aspect of disaster planning.
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