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IND 2011 - Closing the Gap: Increasing Access and Equity

This 2011 IND kit strengthens our understanding of access and equity and the effect of inequality on health.  It outlines the barriers that exist and how we can increase access and equity.  It also shines a light on the importance of the social determinants of health, demonstrating how nurses can address these and in so doing improve access and ensure equity in the care provided.

63 p. 2011

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This 2011 IND kit strengthens our understanding of access and equity and the effect of inequality on health.  It outlines the barriers that exist and how we can increase access and equity.  It also shines a light on the importance of the social determinants of health, demonstrating how nurses can address these and in so doing improve access and ensure equity in the care provided.

63 p. 2011

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