Non-attenders in general practice.

  • Charles D Baker
  • Published 1976 in
    The Journal of the Royal College of General…


Non-attenders for five years or longer (77 men and 27 women; i.e. 1.9 per cent of the practice) in a general practice of 5,750 patients were identified and paired with controls in the same practice. A survey by questionnaire was carried out.The conclusions were:(1) A higher proportion of non-attenders are self-employed,(2) A lower proportion of them had… (More)