An age-integrated approach to improve measurement of potential spatial accessibility to emergency medical services for urban areas.

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Summary of "An age-integrated approach to improve measurement of potential spatial accessibility to emergency medical services for urban areas."

This study aimed to develop an age-included approach to measure the potential accessibility to Emergency medical services (EMS) across urban and suburban areas of Mashhad city in Iran.


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Name: The International journal of health planning and management
ISSN: 1099-1751


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