Spatio-temporal modelling and analysis of spatial accessibility to primary health care: A case study of Bhutan
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Both spatial and aspatial dimensions of healthcare system are important in strengthening the healthcare system of any country. Knowing the spatial aspects of healthcare accessibility can help develop proper health policies in planning equitable allocation of health resources across the country. This thesis deals with the modelling of population and spatial accessibility using GIS, and an analysis of spatial and temporal changes in accessibility to healthcare services in Bhutan.
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