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Office visits to psychiatrists : National Ambulatory Medical Care Survey, United States, 1975-76
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    During combined calendar years 1975 and 1976 psychiatrists’ offices were the settings for 30.6 million ambulatory care visits by patients who presented a broad spectrum of emotional, ideational, and behavioral problems.

    The data were obtained during the National Ambulatory Medical Care Survey (NAMCS), a sample survey conducted by the Division of Health Resources Utilization Statistics of the National Center for Health Statistics. The estimates in this report are based on information recorded by participating psychiatrists on brief encounter forms (see TechnicaI Notes) during sampled office encounters. A brief description of the sample design and an explanation of the sampling emors associated with selected aggregate statistics can be found in the Technical

    Notes of this report.


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