The Spatial association of a doctor and his patients in Hamilton city
Judd, E. W. B. (1971). The Spatial association of a doctor and his patients in Hamilton city (Thesis, Master of Social Sciences). University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand. Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10289/10109
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Information which has been diffused through a population about an idea has been accepted, and the idea adopted, by some members of the population under some circumstances (Hagerstrand, 1967.) The spatial relationship between a doctor and his patients in Hamilton City were examined to see if information about this particular doctor, when diffused through the urban residential area, had been the basis for a significant number of his patients attending his surgery rather than the surgery of the doctor nearest to them.
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