Care interrupted: Poverty, in-migration, and primary care in rural resource towns

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Social Science and Medicine
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Publication date: October 2017 Source:Social Science & Medicine, Volume 191 Author(s): Kathleen Rice, Fiona Webster Internationally, rural people have poorer health outcomes relative to their urban counterparts, and primary care providers face particular challenges in rural and remote regions.

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Care interrupted: Poverty, in-migration, and primary care in rural resource towns