Social and Regional Factors Predict the Likelihood of Admission to a Nursing Home After Acute Hospital Stay in Elderly People with Chronic Health Conditions: A Multilevel Analysis Using Routinely Collected Hospital and Census Data in Switzerland

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15.12.2021
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Alter, chronische Gesundheit, Krankenhaus, Pflegeheim, soziale Ungleichheit, Older age, Hospital discharge, Nursing home, Regional inequality, Social inequality, Multilevel analysis, Retrospective cohort
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BACHMANN, Nicole, Andrea ZUMBRUNN und Lucy BAYER-OGLESBY, 2021. Social and Regional Factors Predict the Likelihood of Admission to a Nursing Home After Acute Hospital Stay in Elderly People with Chronic Health Conditions: A Multilevel Analysis Using Routinely Collected Hospital and Census Data in Switzerland. Hochschule für Soziale Arbeit FHNW. Verfügbar unter: https://doi.org/10.26041/fhnw-4071