Poll results suggest new approach needed for younger people

October 2015
Emergency Nurse;Oct2015, Vol. 23 Issue 6, p6
Academic Journal
The article discusses the findings of an online survey conducted by market research agency Opinium to assess emergency department (ED) visits in Great Britain and mentions topics including general practitioner (GP) referrals, the National Health Service (NHS), and the ED visits of young people.


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