Overcoming the Odds: Access to Care for Immigrant Children in Working Poor Families in California

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Objectives: To explore the extent to which, among working poor families, uninsured immigrant children experience more barriers to care than uninsured nonimmigrants, and compare these differences to those of insured children. Methods: We used data from the 2001 California Health Interview Survey, a randomized, population-based telephone survey conducted from… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s10995-005-0018-2

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@article{Guendelman2005OvercomingTO, title={Overcoming the Odds: Access to Care for Immigrant Children in Working Poor Families in California}, author={Sylvia Guendelman and Veronica Angulo MPH and Megan Wier MPH and Doug Oman}, journal={Maternal and Child Health Journal}, year={2005}, volume={9}, pages={351-362} }