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Does deprivation affect the demand for NHS Direct? Observational study of routine data from Wales / Alan, Watkins; Helen, Snooks; Julie, Peconi; Sarah, Rodgers; Ian, Russell

BMJ Open, Volume: 9, Issue: 10, Start page: e029203

Swansesa University Authors: Alan, Watkins, Helen, Snooks, Julie, Peconi, Sarah, Rodgers, Sarah, Rodgers, Ian, Russell, Ian, Russell

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title Does deprivation affect the demand for NHS Direct? Observational study of routine data from Wales
spellingShingle Does deprivation affect the demand for NHS Direct? Observational study of routine data from Wales
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Helen, Snooks
Julie, Peconi
Sarah, Rodgers
Sarah, Rodgers
Ian, Russell
Ian, Russell
title_short Does deprivation affect the demand for NHS Direct? Observational study of routine data from Wales
title_full Does deprivation affect the demand for NHS Direct? Observational study of routine data from Wales
title_fullStr Does deprivation affect the demand for NHS Direct? Observational study of routine data from Wales
title_full_unstemmed Does deprivation affect the demand for NHS Direct? Observational study of routine data from Wales
title_sort Does deprivation affect the demand for NHS Direct? Observational study of routine data from Wales
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Sarah, Rodgers
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Ian, Russell
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