Use of cross-border healthcare services among ethnic Danes, Turkish immigrants and Turkish descendants in Denmark: a combined survey and registry study

@inproceedings{Nielsen2012UseOC,
  title={Use of cross-border healthcare services among ethnic Danes, Turkish immigrants and Turkish descendants in Denmark: a combined survey and registry study},
  author={Signe Smith Nielsen and Suzan Yazici and Signe Gronwald Petersen and Anne Leonora Blaakilde and Allan Krasnik},
  booktitle={BMC health services research},
  year={2012}
}
BACKGROUND Healthcare obtained abroad may conflict with care received in the country of residence. A special concern for immigrants has been raised as they may have stronger links to healthcare services abroad. Our objective was to investigate use of healthcare in a foreign country in Turkish immigrants, their descendants, and ethnic Danes. METHODS The study was based on a nationwide survey in 2007 with 372 Turkish immigrants, 496 descendants, and 1,131 ethnic Danes aged 18-66. Data were… CONTINUE READING

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