On the Road to Renewal: Mapping Primary Health Care in BC

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On the Road to Renewal: Mapping Primary Health Care in BC

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Publication TypeAtlas
Year of Publication2009
AuthorsWatson D, Mooney D, McKendry R, Martin D, C. M, Regan S, Wong ST
Date Published09/2009
PublisherUBC Centre for Health Services and Policy Research
ISBN Number978-1-897085-18-9
AbstractPublished in an online format, On the Road to Renewal: Mapping Primary Health Care in British Columbia builds on work presented in Planning for Renewal: Mapping Primary Health Care in British Columbia (2005). On the Road to Renewal offers information on the health of British Columbians and their use of primary health care services, with a focus on geographic and temporal variation in areas such as: chronic health conditions and comorbidities, frail elderly, access to care, experiences in emergency departments, supply of primary health care nurses and doctors, and integrated health networks.
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