Factors influencing the frequency of visits by hypertensive patients to primary care physicians in Winnipeg

Roos, Noralou P.; Carriere, Keumhee C.; Friesen, David
October 1998
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;10/06/98, Vol. 159 Issue 7, p777
Academic Journal
Reports on a study of primary care physicians' practice styles with hypertension patients in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Methods of study; Care taken to conduct a controlled experiment; Common characteristics of patients in sample; Evidence that patient characteristics were strongly associated with frequency of visits; Statistics; Evaluation of physicians' explanations of practice styles; Interpretation of patient characteristics associated with visit r


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