The combined effects of activity space and neighbourhood of residence on participation in preventive health-care activities: The case of cervical screening in the Paris metropolitan area (France).

@article{Valle2010TheCE,
  title={The combined effects of activity space and neighbourhood of residence on participation in preventive health-care activities: The case of cervical screening in the Paris metropolitan area (France).},
  author={Julie Vall{\'e}e and Emmanuelle Cadot and Francesca Grillo and Isabelle Parizot and Pierre Chauvin},
  journal={Health & place},
  year={2010},
  volume={16 5},
  pages={
          838-52
        }
}
Estimates from multilevel regression of 1768 women living in the Paris metropolitan area showed that women who reported concentrating their daily activities in their perceived neighbourhood of residence had a statistically greater likelihood of not having undergone cervical screening during the previous 2 years. Furthermore, the characteristics of the administrative neighbourhood of residence (such as the practitioner density or the proportion of residents with a recent preventive consultation… CONTINUE READING
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