Utilisation of multidisciplinary services for diabetes care in the rural setting
Objective: To quantify utilisation of allied health care services by diabetics in rural NSW and explore reasons for any underutilisation. Design: Self-administered mail survey of 268 patients with diagnosed diabetes identified from practice registers. Setting: Two rural general practices. Participants: One hundred seventeen respondents with diabetes. Main outcome measure: Annual frequency of visits to allied health practitioners. Results: In the last year, 40.2% of patients had seen a diabetes...[Show more]
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