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Reverse Quality Management: Developing Evidence-based Best Practices in Health Emergency Management

Lynch, T. and Cox, P. (2006). Reverse Quality Management: Developing Evidence-based Best Practices in Health Emergency Management. (Abstract only.) Quality Management in Health Care. 15(2): 104-115.

This article is a review of best practices and governmental accountability in health emergency management based on the British Columbia Ministry of Health Framework for Core Functions in Public Health. The fieldwork was conducted in the fall of 2005 between hurricane Katrina and the South Asia earthquake.
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