Characteristics of service users and provider organisations associated with experience of out of hours general practitioner care in England: population based cross sectional postal questionnaire survey.

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Warren, Fiona C; Abel, Gary; Lyratzopoulos, Georgios; Elliott, Marc N; Richards, Suzanne; Barry, Heather E; Roland, Martin; Campbell, John L;
  • Publisher: Apollo - University of Cambridge Repository
  • Journal: The BMJ, volume 350 (issn: 0959-8138, eissn: 1756-1833)
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  • Embargo end date: 2018-09-08
  • Identifiers: doi: 10.1136/bmj.h2040, doi: 10.17863/cam.27239, pmc: PMC4415470
  • Subject: Retrospective Studies | After-Hours Care | England | Family Practice | Quality of Health Care | General Practitioners | Young Adult | Cross-Sectional Studies | Research | Patient Satisfaction | Health Care Surveys | Adolescent | Adult | Surveys and Questionnaires | Humans

Objective: To investigate the experience of users of out of hours general practitioner services in England, UK.<br/><br/>Design: Population based cross sectional postal questionnaire survey.<br/><br/>Setting: General Practice Patient Survey 2012-13.<br/><br/>Main outcom... View more
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    by a postdoctoral fellowship by the National Institute for Health Research (PDF-2011-04-047) 2012-2014 and by a Cancer Research UK clinician scientist fellowship award (A18180) from March 2015.

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