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17. Note: Gender refers to what is recorded on an individual's Community Health Index (CHI) number, this may differ to how an individual identifies their gender.
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30. Note: The Community Health Index (CHI) is a population register used in Scotland for health care purposes, and uniquely identifies a person using a CHI number. A person may be registered on CHI but not registered with a GP.
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