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The problem. Existing analyses focus on a mythical average citizen.

The solution. We develop ways of analysing who gains and loses from health policies.

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2018

General Practitioners and Emergency Departments (GPED): Efficient Models of Care. A mixed-methods study protocol

Morton, K., Voss, S., Adamson, J., Baxter, H., Bloor, K. E., Brandling, J., Cowlishaw, S., Doran, T., Gibson, A., Gutacker, N., Liu, D., Purdy, S., Roy, P., Salisbury, C., Scantlebury, A., Vaittinen, A., Watson, R. M. & Benger, J., 5 Oct 2018

Article in BMJ Open

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Journal BMJ Open
Date Accepted/In press - 16 Jul 2018
Date Published (current) - 5 Oct 2018
Volume 8
Number of pages 8
Original language English

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Journal International journal of STD & AIDS
Date Accepted/In press - 23 Jul 2018
Date E-pub ahead of print (current) - 19 Sep 2018
Number of pages 7
Early online date 19/09/18
Original language English

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EQUIPOL is supported by the University of York, the Wellcome Trust (Grant No. 205427/Z/16/Z) and the NIHR (SRF-2013-06-015).

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