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Influence of sociodemographic and neighbourhood factors on self rated health and quality of life in rural communities: findings from the Agriproject in the Republic of Ireland
(BMJ Group, 2004-01-26)
Objective: To examine the influence of sociodemographic and neighbourhood factors on self rated health, quality of life, and perceived opportunities for change (as one measure of empowerment) in rural Irish communities. Design: ...
Measures of self-reported morbidity according to age, gender and general medical services eligibility in the national survey of lifestyles, attitudes and nutrition.
Reported rates of morbidity are given for angina, heart attack, stroke, raised blood pressure, cholesterol,diabetes mellitus and for other general conditions as well as difficulty with hearing and glasses/contact lens use. ...
A national general practice census: characteristics of rural general practices
(Oxford Journals, 2001-07)
Objectives. The aim of the present study was to describe, using a national census, the characteristics of rural general practices and compare these with city and town general practices. Methods. A previously piloted, ...