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Resilience of Health Systems: Understanding Uncertainty Uses, Intersecting Crises and Cross-Level Interactions; Comment on "Government Actions and Their Relation to Resilience in Healthcare During the COVID-19 Pandemic in New South Wales, Australia and Ontario, Canada"
International Journal of Health Policy and Management
The COVID-19 pandemic has created opportunities to study resilience in multiple, interrelated societal systems while considering the institutional, community and individual level. We aim to discuss critical, yet underrepresented, issues in resilience discourses which are fundamental to advance theories, concepts and measurement of health system resilience. These relate to a better understanding of i) how government's handle and use uncertainties to facilitate or impede change, including thedoi:10.34172/ijhpm.2022.7279 pmid:35658333 pmcid:PMC9808231 fatcat:chulxvdpnjfidpxpp4pltzhpwy