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Table 2 Self-reported nationality of presenting patients

From: Impact on and use of health services by international migrants: questionnaire survey of inner city London A&E attenders

Self-reported nationality Number of patients n (%)
British/English/Irish/Northern Irish 860 (57.7)
Australian 126 (8.5)
Polish 59 (4.0)
New Zealander 49 (3.3)
South African 44 (3.0)
Italian 31 (2.1)
French 25 (1.7)
Spanish, American 21 (1.4)*
Somali 13 (0.9)
Portuguese, Japanese 12 (0.8)*
Brazilian, Iranian 10 (0.7)*
Canadian, Indian 9 (0.6)*
German 8 (0.5)
Czechoslovakian, Chinese, Dutch, Hungarian, Afghan 7 (0.5)*
Jamaican, Nigerian, Greek, Iraqi, "European" 6 (0.4)*
Filipino, Turkish 5 (0.3)*
Yugoslavian, Algerian, Mauritanian, Swedish, Moroccan 4 (0.3)*
Belgian, Colombian, Sri Lankan, Lithuanian, Ethiopian, 3 (0.2)*
Albanian, "African", Serbian, Swiss, Venezuelan, Gambian, Pakistani, Malaysian, Zimbabwean, Palestinian, Kosovan, Finnish, Korean, Bulgarian 2 (0.1)*
Cypriot, Ghanaian, "Asian", Bahamian, Kazak, Saudi Arabian, Sudanese, Indonesian, Syrian, Macedonian, Romanian, Jordanian, Nepalese, Grenadian, Tongan, Taiwanese, Austrian, Mongolian, Croatian, Egyptian, Ivorian, Barbadian, Maltese, Ecuadorian, Bangladeshi, Ukrainian, Thai, Angolan, Guyanese, Mexican, Zambian, Norwegian, Danish, Kurdish 1 (0.1)*
Total named nationalities: 87 1491 (100%)$
  1. *Data are n (%), which equates to the number of patients from each named country in the first column. $ 120 of 1611 respondents did not answer this specific question.
  2. Patients who reported their nationality non-specifically as "Asian" (n = 1), "African"(n = 2) or "European" (n = 6) were analysed in the OM group.