Differences in the prevalence of hospitalizations and utilization of emergency outpatient services for ambulatory care sensitive conditions between asylum-seeking children and children of the general population: a cross-sectional medical records study (2015)

Lichtl C, Lutz T, Szecsenyi J, Bozorgmehr K (2017)
BMC Health Services Research 17(1): 731.

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Lichtl, Célina; Lutz, Thomas; Szecsenyi, Joachim; Bozorgmehr, KayvanUniBi
Erscheinungsjahr
2017
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BMC Health Services Research
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17
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1
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731
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1472-6963
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1472-6963
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Lichtl C, Lutz T, Szecsenyi J, Bozorgmehr K. Differences in the prevalence of hospitalizations and utilization of emergency outpatient services for ambulatory care sensitive conditions between asylum-seeking children and children of the general population: a cross-sectional medical records study (2015). BMC Health Services Research. 2017;17(1): 731.
Lichtl, C., Lutz, T., Szecsenyi, J., & Bozorgmehr, K. (2017). Differences in the prevalence of hospitalizations and utilization of emergency outpatient services for ambulatory care sensitive conditions between asylum-seeking children and children of the general population: a cross-sectional medical records study (2015). BMC Health Services Research, 17(1), 731. doi:10.1186/s12913-017-2672-7
Lichtl, C., Lutz, T., Szecsenyi, J., and Bozorgmehr, K. (2017). Differences in the prevalence of hospitalizations and utilization of emergency outpatient services for ambulatory care sensitive conditions between asylum-seeking children and children of the general population: a cross-sectional medical records study (2015). BMC Health Services Research 17:731.
Lichtl, C., et al., 2017. Differences in the prevalence of hospitalizations and utilization of emergency outpatient services for ambulatory care sensitive conditions between asylum-seeking children and children of the general population: a cross-sectional medical records study (2015). BMC Health Services Research, 17(1): 731.
C. Lichtl, et al., “Differences in the prevalence of hospitalizations and utilization of emergency outpatient services for ambulatory care sensitive conditions between asylum-seeking children and children of the general population: a cross-sectional medical records study (2015)”, BMC Health Services Research, vol. 17, 2017, : 731.
Lichtl, C., Lutz, T., Szecsenyi, J., Bozorgmehr, K.: Differences in the prevalence of hospitalizations and utilization of emergency outpatient services for ambulatory care sensitive conditions between asylum-seeking children and children of the general population: a cross-sectional medical records study (2015). BMC Health Services Research. 17, : 731 (2017).
Lichtl, Célina, Lutz, Thomas, Szecsenyi, Joachim, and Bozorgmehr, Kayvan. “Differences in the prevalence of hospitalizations and utilization of emergency outpatient services for ambulatory care sensitive conditions between asylum-seeking children and children of the general population: a cross-sectional medical records study (2015)”. BMC Health Services Research 17.1 (2017): 731.

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