Inequalities in morbidity and consulting behaviour for socially vulnerable groups.

  title={Inequalities in morbidity and consulting behaviour for socially vulnerable groups.},
  author={Deborah A. Baker and Nicola Mead and Stephen Campbell},
  journal={The British journal of general practice : the journal of the Royal College of General Practitioners},
  volume={52 475},
BACKGROUND The focus of health policy on improving health and reducing inequality for socially vulnerable groups. AIM To examine self-report of condition-specific morbidity and consultation with the general practitioner (GP) for socially vulnerable groups. DESIGN OF STUDY Cross-sectional survey using a modified version of the General Practitioner Assessment Survey (GPAS). SETTING Ten general practices in each of six health authorities. METHOD A random sample of 200 patients was selected… CONTINUE READING


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