Gestión de la logística humanitaria en las etapas previas al desastre: revisión sistemática de la literatura

Juan Camilo López-Vargas, Diana María Cárdenas-Aguirre

Resumen


El objetivo de este trabajo es analizar la forma en que las etapas de mitigación y preparación que hacen parte del proceso de la logística humanitaria son presentadas en la literatura relacionada con el tema. Para esto, se realizó una revisión sistemática de la literatura con el uso de la aplicación Tree of Science de la Universidad Nacional de Colombia – Sede Manizales. La revisión permite reconocer la importancia que estas etapas tienen respecto al nivel de respuesta ante los desastres, así como los tipos de desastres y las decisiones de mitigación y preparación que más comúnmente se abordan. Asimismo, se pone en evidencia una menor participación de estos temas en la literatura especializada. Por lo tanto, ampliar el estudio de las etapas de mitigación y preparación hacia otros tipos de desastres y en otros contextos geográficos, constituye un campo de interés para futuras investigaciones.

Palabras clave


logística humanitaria, Tree of Science, mitigación de desastres, preparación de desastres.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.19053/20278306.v7.n2.2017.6094

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