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Introduction: Frequent presenters (FPs) to the Emergency Department (ED) have been studied heavily in international literature. Many studies suggest that maintaining services for this cohort of patients is wasteful and detracts from the needs of nonfrequent presenters....

["Emergency and Critical Care","Epidemiology","Health Policy","Nursing","Public Health"]
doi:10.7287/peerj.preprints.1000v2
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This paper reports on a survey of 39 Accident and Emergency departments (AED) in England regarding presentations over a three month time period before and after the changes in the Licensing Act (2003) which came into force in November 2005. The time periods reported...

["Emergency and Critical Care","Health Policy","Psychiatry and Psychology","Public health"]
doi:10.7287/peerj.preprints.107v1
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