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Experiences, Perceptions and Expectations of Health Services Amongst Marginalized Populations

Kirsten Baker et al. | Published on 1/16/2022
Poor health outcomes amongst marginalized groups result in part from health inequities related to social and structural determinants of health. Marginalized people report higher incidences of comorbidities, chronic disease and adverse health behaviours than their nondisadvantaged peers. The objective of this review is to examine marginalized Australians' experiences of and access to community-based primary health services in urban locations. Read more here.

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