Patient perspectives on primary health care in rural communities: effects of geography on access, continuity and efficiency

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Patient perspectives on primary health care in rural communities: effects of geography on access, continuity and efficiency

Title
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2009
AuthorsWong ST, Regan S
JournalRural and Remote Health
Volume9
Start Page1142
AbstractIn this study, we examined patient's perspectives on primary health care (PHC) services delivery and access (regardless of geographic location). We conducted seven focus groups with people (n = 50) living in rural communities, in British Columbia, Canada, as they reflected on priorities for and use of PHC.
URLhttp://www.rrh.org.au
Citation KeyCHSPR 09:29