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Professional health care use and subjective unmet need for social or emotional problems: a cross-sectional survey of the married and divorced population of Flanders

Elien Colman*, Sara Symoens and Piet Bracke

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Department of Sociology, Hedera (Health and demographic research), Ghent University, Korte Meer 5, Ghent, 9000, Belgium

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BMC Health Services Research 2012, 12:420  doi:10.1186/1472-6963-12-420

Published: 22 November 2012

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Characteristics of the sample of men and the sample of women. Characteristics of the sample of men and the sample of women.

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Mean scores for men and women on depression and self-rated health by partner status. Mean scores for men and women on depression and self-rated health by partner status.

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Correlates of health care use, considering predisposing (Model 0), enabling (Model 1), and need factors (Model 2) among men (results of logistic regressions). Correlates of health care use among men.

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Correlates of health care use, considering predisposing (Model 0), enabling (Model 1), and need factors (Model 2) among women (results of logistic regressions). Correlates of health care use among women.

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Correlates of subjective unmet need considering predisposing (Model 0), enabling (Model 1), and need factors (Model 2) and frequency of care use (Model 3) among men (results of logistic regressions). Correlates of subjective unmet need among men.

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Correlates of subjective unmet need considering predisposing (Model 0), enabling (Model 1), and need factors (Model 2) and frequency of care use (Model 3) among women (results of logistic regressions. Correlates of subjective unmet need among women.

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