NHS services for epilepsy from the patient’s perspective: a survey of primary, secondary and tertiary care access throughout the UK

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The aims of this study were to estimate the proportion of patients with epilepsy who made primary care and/or hospital outpatient medical consultations within 1 year; to formulate a model of the explanatory variables that influence whether patients consult or not; and to estimate the frequency of referral to, and waiting time for, hospital outpatient… (More)
DOI: 10.1053/seiz.2000.0451

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@article{Moran2000NHSSF, title={NHS services for epilepsy from the patient’s perspective: a survey of primary, secondary and tertiary care access throughout the UK}, author={Nicholas F. Moran and Kingsley Poole and Gail S. Bell and Juliet K Solomon and Sally Elizabeth Kendall and Mark A. McCarthy and David P. McCormick and Lina Nashef and Anthony L. Johnson and Josemir W. Sander and Simon D. Shorvon}, journal={Seizure}, year={2000}, volume={9}, pages={559-565} }