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Categorical data models for psychiatric service use in Salford, 1968 - 85

R. D. Nutter

Categorical data models for psychiatric service use in Salford, 1968 - 85

by R. D. Nutter

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Published by University of Manchester, Centre for Urban Policy Studies in Manchester .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby R. D. Nutter and R. W. Thomas.
SeriesCUPS Working paper -- 4
ContributionsThomas, R. W. 1947-, University of Manchester. School of Geography. Centre for Urban Policy Studies.
The Physical Object
Pagination29p. ;
Number of Pages29
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21568438M

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Psychiatric patient attributes in Salford The unstable relationships between age and the `other' diagnoses also impact upon the profile of service usage. Most noticeable is significance gained by the social work-other diagnoses parameter estimate (Table 8) in at a time when the point prevalence of the social work service Cited by: The research reported here is intended to reverse this trend by applying the methods of categorical data analysis to the detailed patient histories contained in the Salford Psychiatric Case Register.

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—Technometrics The use of statistical methods for analyzing categorical data. The background and purpose of the Salford Psychiatric Case Register are described.

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