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Patterns of pharmaceutical use for immigrants to Spain and Norway: a comparative study of prescription databases in two European countries
(BioMed Central, 2016-02-24)
Background: Although equity in health care is theoretically a cornerstone in Western societies, several studies show that services do not always provide equitable care for immigrants. Differences in pharmaceutical ...
Multimorbidity among registered immigrants in Norway: the role of reason for migration and length of stay.
(John Wiley & Sons Ltd., 2015-10-16)
Objectives: International migration is rapidly increasing worldwide. However, the health status of migrants differs across groups. Information regarding health at arrival and subsequent periodic follow-up in the host country ...
Frequent attenders in general practice and immigrant status in Norway: a nationwide cross-sectional study
(Taylor & Francis, 2014)
Objective. To compare the likelihood of being a frequent attender (FA) to general practice among native Norwegians and immigrants, and to study socioeconomic and morbidity factors associated with being a FA for natives and ...