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|Saw or talked to general practitioner or family doctor in last 12 months||33E||16||27||33E||28||67|
|Saw or talked to public health nurse or nurse practitioner in last 12 months||54E||52||67||47||49||20|
|Saw or talked to pediatrician in last 12 months||17||13||20||19||16||26|
|Saw or talked to other specialist in last 12 months||18||11||19||31||16||29|
|Saw or talked to any doctor in last 12 months (general practitioner, family doctor, pediatrician, or specialist)||49||32||53||58||46||85|
|1. Includes the four Inuit regions as well as Inuit living outside of these regions, mainly in larger cities in southern Canada.|
|2. Excluded are children living in the territories. However, some Inuit children living elsewhere in Canada may be included here.|
|Sources: Statistics Canada, Aboriginal Peoples Survey, 2001, National Longitudinal Survey of Children and Youth (NLSCY), Cycle 4, 2000/2001.|