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Table 4 Human capital: Wellbeing

From: Small scale migration along the interoceanic highway in Madre de Dios, Peru: an exploration of community perceptions and dynamics due to migration

  Total N = 237 Non-Migrant N = 97 Migrant N = 140 P-value
Seek treatment or advice when you have an illness: 0.890
 Yes 204 (86.1%) 78 (80.4%) 126 (90.0%)  
If YES:     0.189
Treatment site:
 Public health services 165 (80.9%) 61 (78.2%) 104 (82.5%)  
 Private health services 21 (10.3%) 12 (15.4%) 9 (7.2%)  
 Non-regulated health services 18 (8.8%) 5 (6.4%) 13 (10.3%)  
Pay for any treatment:    0.004
 Yes 113 (55.4%) 54 (69.2%) 59 (46.8%)  
  Total N = 203 Non-migrant N = 74 Migrant N = 129 P-value
Distance from home to treatment site: 0.008
 Less than 30 min 92 (45.3%) 24 (30.8%) 68 (54.4%)  
 Less than 1 h 30 (14.8%) 13 (16.7%) 17 (13.6%)  
 Less than 2 h 29 (14.3%) 13 (16.7%) 16 (12.8%)  
 More than 2 h 52 (25.6%) 28 (35.9%) 27 (19.2%)