Measuring health service satisfaction: female inmates
This study examines female inmates' utilisation of and satisfaction with provision of health services, based on data from the 1996 New South Wales (Australia) Inmate Health Survey. Particular variables - indigenous status, mean age, age range, and education level - were analysed for factors associated with satisfaction with provision of health services. Further analysis indicated that for nine outcomes, correctional centre location was the only statistically significant indicator of...[Show more]
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|Source:||International Journal of Health Care Quality Assurance|
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