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Title: Factors involved when a child is brought for a medical consultation
Authors: Muscat Baron, Yves
Muscat Baron, Astrid
Keywords: Children -- Hospital care
Pediatricians -- Attitudes
Children -- Diseases
Women physicians
Issue Date: 1995-12
Publisher: Malta College of Family Doctors
Citation: Muscat Baron, Y., & Muscat Baron, A. (1995). Factors involved when a child is brought for a medical consultation. It-Tabib tal-Familja, 9, 13-16.
Abstract: A child is not well. Someone has to notice that something is wrong. What makes the child carer eventually decide to go to the doctor? The reason leading to this decision is often thought by professionals to be obvious Le. because the child is ill. One rarely stops to think about other underlying factors why the consultation was made. This help-seeking behaviour depends on a variety of inter-related factors.
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