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Title:
THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN EMERGENCY HEALTH SERVICES AND INCOME IN TURKEY: THE CASE OF TOKAT PROVINCE

Authors:
Turker SIMSEK, Aziz SAHIN


Volume - 2 Issue - 10, Pages - 4893-4909

Abstract:
Emergency medical interventions that are made in the right time and in the right way save lives, and wrong times and wrong interventions can lead to irreversible negative consequences. The people who need emergency health services can reach this service in the fastest way and benefit from emergency medical services without any conditions, as well as being a humanitarian duty, being a law and social welfare state. Accidents have occurred throughout history, natural disasters and wars have encountered as a result of injuries and emergency health problems. Solutions for these problems have been sought and it has become necessary to develop different methods for ongoing events. Solutions for these problems have been sought, and ongoing events have required different methods to be developed. Determining the relationship between increasingly urgent emergency health services and socio-economic indicators is important in terms of ensuring effectiveness in the economy. In order to examine the relationship of 112 emergency health services to income in the study, a survey was conducted in rural and urban areas through a one-to-one interview in Tokat province. According to the findings, as the income level in the province of Tokat increased, 112 emergency medical service request claims decreased.

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[SIMSEK, Turker, and Aziz SAHIN. "THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN EMERGENCY HEALTH SERVICES AND INCOME IN TURKEY: THE CASE OF TOKAT PROVINCE." International Journal of Social Science and Economic Research, vol. 2, no. 10, 2017, pp. 4893-4909. October.]

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