Access to healthcare of excluded people in 14 cities of 7 European countries

Abstract : Our latest report presents some of the results of comparative data collected in 2012 in 14 cities across seven European countries. This report covers a sample of 8,412 patients, 19,302 consultations (including 10,968 medical consultations) and 11,921 diagnoses reported by our volunteer health professionals. In order to capture the context in which this data collection took place, a concise update on the national legislations of these seven countries has been included. We also added to the quantitative data a number of qualitative reports from our field teams on the most important European trends identified by our network.
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Pierre Chauvin, Nathalie Simonnot. Access to healthcare of excluded people in 14 cities of 7 European countries. Médecins du Monde/Doctors of the World International Network, pp.91, 2013. ⟨inserm-00809395⟩

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