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Defaulters in general practice: who are they and what can be done about them? Family Practice 2000; 17: 252-253. Background. The study of patients in primary care settings who default on their appointment has been based largely on short-term surveys in individual health centres. Objective. As part of a wider research project into the potential of practice computer appointment systems as a data source, we wanted to explore the aggregate pattern of default. Method. Comprehensive computerdoi:10.1093/fampra/17.3.252 pmid:10846145 fatcat:xhbqio5wvnh7joeqnddqkgjtj4