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72hr patient follow-up as a metric for measuring outcomes and quality of emergency care provided in resource-limited settings: An outcomes study from a rural Ugandan district hospital's emergency department

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B. Dreifuss ,

University of Arizona College of Medicine - Tucson; Global Emergency Care Collaborative, Tucson, AZ/US
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U. Periyanayagam,

Brigham and Women's Hospital; Global Emergency Care Collaborative, Boston, MA/US
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S. Chamberlain,

University of Illinois at Chicago; Global Emergency Care Collaborative, Chicago, IL/US
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S.W. Nelson,

Maine Medical Center; Global Emergency Care Collaborative, Portland, ME/US
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H. Hammerstedt,

Idaho Emergency Physicians, Global Emergency Care Collaborative, Meridian, ID/US
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J. Kamugisha,

Karoli Lwanga Hospital; Global Emergency Care Collaborative, Rukungiri, UG
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M. Bisanzo

University of Massachusetts; Global Emergency Care Collaborative, Worcester, MA/US
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How to Cite: Dreifuss, B., Periyanayagam, U., Chamberlain, S., Nelson, S.W., Hammerstedt, H., Kamugisha, J. and Bisanzo, M., 2015. 72hr patient follow-up as a metric for measuring outcomes and quality of emergency care provided in resource-limited settings: An outcomes study from a rural Ugandan district hospital's emergency department. Annals of Global Health, 81(1), pp.146–147. DOI: http://doi.org/10.1016/j.aogh.2015.02.837
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Published on 12 Mar 2015.
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