Changing circumstances drive changing attendance: A longitudinal cohort study of time varying predictors of frequent attendance in primary health care.
Objective: To investigate risk factors for frequent attendance in primary care over time, contrasting models based on baseline and time-varying characteristics. Methods: Analysis of data from the Personality and Total Health (PATH) Through Life Project: a representative community cohort study from the Canberra region of Australia. A balanced sample of 1734 respondents, initially aged in their early 40s, were assessed on three occasions over 8 years. The survey assessed respondents'...[Show more]
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