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The social and biological effects of patient-patient co-presence on health in hospitals using electronic medical records

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Co-presence, defined as two people being physically proximate to one another, is a ubiquitous and important phenomenon that remains understudied. There is strong reason to believe that co-presence may affect health, but it is likely that these effects are relatively small. Because of this, relatively large sample sizes are needed to reliably detect these effects, and the data to test such hypotheses has only recently become widely-available. In this thesis, I use electronic medical r...

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DPhil
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University of Oxford

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