Frequent use of primary health care service in Greenland: an opportunity for undiagnosed disease case-finding

@inproceedings{Pedersen2012FrequentUO,
  title={Frequent use of primary health care service in Greenland: an opportunity for undiagnosed disease case-finding},
  author={Michael Lynge Pedersen and Anne Skjerb{\ae}k Rolskov and Jytte Lindskov Jacobsen and Anna Rask Lynge},
  booktitle={International journal of circumpolar health},
  year={2012}
}
OBJECTIVES To estimate the age- and gender-specific consultation rates of patients who availed primary health care service in Greenland and to analyse contact patterns among patients in Nuuk. DESIGN Observational and cross-sectional register study using data captured from the medical records. MATERIALS AND METHODS The number of patients specified by age and gender who had contacted the primary health care centres within the last year was identified using a statistic module applied to the… CONTINUE READING

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