The Use of Hospital and Emergency Department of Refugee Patients
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After Middle Eastern crisis, millions people were forced to migrate to European countries and especially neighboring countries. In Turkey, cities which are closed to east of border, face to cope more refugees' health care than those of other cities. The incidence of admission of hospital outpatient clinics and emergency department by refugee patients is not known clearly in our city, Nevsehir. In this study, we wanted to investigate use of health care among these patients in Nevsehir in Turkey.
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Ages Eligible for Study:
Child, Adult, Older Adult
Sexes Eligible for Study:
Accepts Healthy Volunteers:
Refugee patients are registered in the hospital system in a different way than that of others. We will use these datas as recorded refugees. And also, we will use the number of other visits to calculate the incidence of visits of refugees.
All patients who visited an outpatient clinic and emergency department.