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Assessing access to paediatric trauma centres in Canada, and the impact of the golden hour on length of stay at the hospital: an observational study
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    Access to Emergency Care: Spotlight on a Social Determinants of Health Intersectionalty Lens

    Spatial or geographic contexts are central in determining access to emergency health care, regardless of global region or nation. As Amram, Schuurman, Pike, Friger, and Yancher (2015) attest, outcomes are significantly improved when Canadian individuals and families have access to a trauma center within one hour of serious injury--the "golden hour". However, spatial access, when viewed in isolation of the social determi...

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