Recommandations de recours à une autre ressource en santé faites par les infirmières du service Info-Santé CLSC: Convergence entre les déclarations des utilisateurs et les données informatisées

  title={Recommandations de recours {\`a} une autre ressource en sant{\'e} faites par les infirmi{\`e}res du service Info-Sant{\'e} CLSC: Convergence entre les d{\'e}clarations des utilisateurs et les donn{\'e}es informatis{\'e}es},
  author={Bernard Leclerc and Lise Dunnigan and M-V. Zunzunegui and Louise Hagan and Diane Morin},
  journal={Canadian Journal of Public Health-revue Canadienne De Sante Publique},
Objectifs : Evaluer la concordance entre les declarations des utilisateurs du service telephonique Info-Sante CLSCet les donnees consignees par les infirmieres quant aux recommandations de recourir a une autre ressource professionnelle de sante. Determiner le lien entre certaines covariables et l'inexactitude des declarations. Source des donnees : Il s'agit d'une analyse secondaire des donnees d'une enquete menee aupres d'un echantillon aleatoire de 4 696 utilisateurs a travers le Quebec… 


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