Hospital admissions for severe mental illness in England: Changes in equity of utilisation at the small area level between 2006 and 2010
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KeywordsEngland; Healthcare disparities/trends; Hospitals/utilization; Mental health services; Regression analysis; Small-area analysis; Socioeconomic factors; State Medicine/Organization & Administration;
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