Universal Health Coverage and Older Persons in Mongolia: An Investigation of Rural-Urban Disparities in Health Service Use

Event: Regional Conference on Health and Socioeconomic Well-Being of Older Persons in Developing Asia: Role of Individual and Household Data

Universal Health Coverage and Older Persons in Mongolia: An Investigation of Rural-Urban Disparities in Health Service Use

10 September 2021
Author / Speaker: 
Vasoontara Sbirakos Yiengprugsawan, Centre of Excellence in Population Ageing Research (CEPAR), University of New South Wales
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This presentation discussed the patterns and determinants of outpatient and inpatient health service use amongst older people in Mongolia with a focus on urban-rural area differences.

Geographical Focus: 
Mongolia
Type of Content: 
Learning Event

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