“NHS Health Checks” in the UK is a risk assessment prevention programme for individuals aged 40-74, typically done at a GP surgery.
After in-depth socio-demographic analysis of an NHS Health Check Database, we found that user ethnicity and gender, as well as the method of invitation used, each impacted the service’s uptake.
We concluded that the recruitment and invitation method should be adapted in order to improve the number of patients using the service.
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- A new perspective on NHS Health Checks
- Improved service delivery based on understanding user needs
- 30 GP surgery databases analysed
- 1 publication