Indigenous stroke patients treated worse: National audit

'Co-author Dr Dominique Cadilhac from the Stroke and Ageing Research Centre at Monash University said the data were controlled for patient clustering within hospitals, and only hospitals that treated at least one Indig- enous patient were included.

“If anything I think it underestimated the discrepancy,” said Dr Cadilhac, who also works at the National Stroke Foundation.'
Indigenous stroke patients treated worse: National audit Reviewed by Carmen Lahiff-Jenkins on Wednesday, February 08, 2012 Rating: 5

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