The link between major risk factors and important categories of admission in an ageing cohort

Hanlon, Philip; Walsh, David; Whyte, Bruce W.; Scott, Sheila N.; Lightbody, Pauline; Gilhooly, Mary L. M.
March 2000
Journal of Public Health Medicine;Mar2000, Vol. 22 Issue 1, p81
Academic Journal
Background. Record linkage of routine hospital data to population-based research findings presents an opportunity to explore the relationship between classical risk factors and hospital activity.


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