"Multiple margins" (being older, a woman, or a visible minority) constrained older women's access to Canadian health care.

@article{Pirner2005MultipleM,
  title={"Multiple margins" (being older, a woman, or a visible minority) constrained older women's access to Canadian health care.},
  author={Diane Pirner},
  journal={Evidence-based nursing},
  year={2005},
  volume={8 4},
  pages={128}
}
MAIN FINDINGS 4 themes were identified within and across the interviews. Femininity, relationships, and means of support. The women were intrigued by the concept of sharing their stories in an organised discussion (eg, ‘‘We always get together and we sit around and talk, but never discussing the ...the personal things’’). Examples of ‘‘personal’’ matters included the loneliness they had endured after spending years in various relationships in their working and personal lives. They made a… CONTINUE READING