The Hospital Response after an Earthquake

The speaker presents an in-depth overview of the hospital response to earthquakes that struck California in 1971 and 1994. He divided his findings by functional and non-functional hospitals, and presented information on communication challenges, staff behavior (e.g., decisions to report to work), and potential sources of assistance should a similar earthquake strike the Jerusalem area of Israel.
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