10 edition of Vulnerable populations found in the catalog.
|Statement||[edited by] Suzanne M. Sgroi.|
|Contributions||Sgroi, Suzanne M., 1943-|
|LC Classifications||RC560.C46 V85 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. :|
|ISBN 10||0669163368, 0669209422, 0669163384, 0669209430|
|LC Control Number||87029893|
Populations with an impaired health status or who are uninsured may be more vulnerable in emergency or disaster situations. This population may require extra resources to prepare, evacuate, and recover from emergency situations. Top of Page Life Expectancy. Life expectancy is the number of years a person can expect to live. ISBN: OCLC Number: Language Note: Text in English. Description: xv, illustrations ; 24 cm: Contents: Development of nursing theory and science in vulnerable populations research / Adeline Nyamathi, Deborah Koniak-Griffin, and Barbara Ann Greengold --Advancing nursing science in vulnerable populations: measurement issues / Ora Lea .
and healthcare delivery to vulnerable populations worldwide. 3. Compare and contrast a selected health issue with a vulnerable population from a regional, national, and international perspective. 4. Develop understanding of the role of theory and research in guiding nursing practice with vulnerable populations in a global health perspective. Size: KB. A companion to the original Vulnerable Populations, the second volume focuses on treatment initiatives that address therapy and reeducation for both abusers and the victims of sexual abuse. Composed of four sections, Vulnerable Populations brings into focus the various treatment initiatives available surrounding sexual abuse of our most vulnerable populations, children and the mentally ed on: Novem
While many books and current research in the field of child psychotherapy focus on typical psychiatric conditions faced by children and the associated treatments for those conditions, there is a paucity of information on treating vulnerable demographics and unique child populations.4/5. Vulnerable Populations in the United States: Edition 2 - Ebook written by Leiyu Shi, Gregory Stevens. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Vulnerable Populations in the United States: Edition 2.
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Vulnerable Populations in the United States and millions of other books are available for Amazon Kindle. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device by: Vulnerable Populations focuses on: the treatment of sexually abused children and adolescents, work with adult survivors of sexual abuse, the sexual victimization of persons with mental retardation, and the treatment of sexual : Suzanne Sgroi.
—Inquiry It makes clear that, for political, social, and economic (as well as moral) reasons, the country must increasingly make vulnerable populations a national health policy priority. Description: This book thoroughly examines the issue of vulnerability, from concept to empirical evidence of the determinants of vulnerability to the evaluation of programs that address vulnerable populations in the United States.
It is logically organized and provides current data using easy-to-understand charts, graphs and tables.3/5(1). Written by Leiyu Shi and Gregory D. Stevens, this book provides a coherent, well-integrated, general framework for the scientific study of vulnerable populations—a framework that is compatible with.
The police role necessitates response to a wide variety of calls for service including those involving vulnerable populations. Vulnerability, however, is a difficult term to define and operationalize for police practitioners.
It is a label that can be applied to diverse and large population including people who are physically ill, elderly, homeless, disabled, or have a mental : Melissa Schaefer Morabito. Generally, vulnerable populations refer to groups of people whose range of options is severely limited, who may be subjected to coercion or who may be compromised in their ability to give informed consent to receive medical or surgical treatments or to participate in research.
This particular page provides information on vulnerable populations in : Jolene Miller. Caring for the Vulnerable: Perspectives in Nursing Theory, Practice, and Research focuses on vulnerable populations and how nurses can care for them, develop programs for them, conduct research, and influence health policy.
Units I and II focus on concepts and theories; Unit III on research; Units IV, V, and VI on practice-oriented measures, including teaching nursing students to work with.
Involving Vulnerable Populations. The involvement of vulnerable persons remains a widely discussed and debated issue in research. As noted earlier, the term “ vulnerable populations ” refers to a wide range of persons who may be at risk in a research setting not only because of their intrinsic characteristics but also as a result of their life situation or circumstances.
For example, persons may be vulnerable. Caring for the Vulnerable: Perspectives in Nursing Theory, Practice, and Research. This text explores vulnerability from the perspective of individuals, groups, communities, and populations, and addresses the implication of that vulnerability for nurses, nursing, and nursing care.
On the negative I used this book for a 5 week undergraduate summer course "Appreciating Vulnerable Populations." The book focuses on three main risk factors: race and ethnicity, socioeconomic status, and health insurance status.
On the plus side, the book provides a great explanation of Medicare, Medicaid, and SCHIP/5. As the first book of its kind, Violence Against Women: Vulnerable Populations identifies where violence on vulnerable populations fits within the field, develops a method for studying vulnerable populations, and brings vital new knowledge to the field through the analysis of original data (from three large-scale representative surveys) on eight populations of women who are particularly vulnerable to violence.
In this much-awaited companion book to Vulnerable Populations, Volume 1, Dr. Suzanne Sgroi along with sixteen other veteran practioners describes the latest clinical methods and advances in treating victims of sexual abuse and sexual : Suzanne Sgroi. Vulnerable populations almost certainly include someone you know: your child, your parent, your neighbor, your co-worker—even you.
Because of their unique needs, standard emergency resources may not be available. We must take extra steps to reduce the likelihood that vulnerable populations will suffer injury, disease, or even death. The following populations may sometimes be considered vulnerable: Individuals who are cognitively impaired, including those who may not be capable of giving informed consent.
Individuals who are homeless or living in unstable housing situations. Prisoners, parolees, and probationers. Children in foster care or unstable home environments. Vulnerable populations include the economically disadvantaged, racial and ethnic minorities, the uninsured, low-income children, the elderly, the homeless, those with human immunodeficiency virus.
DEFINITIONS AND DETERMINANTS OF VULNERABLE, AT-RISK, AND SPECIAL POPULATIONS. In social science literature and in public health science, policy, and practice, the adjectives vulnerable, at risk, and special are used in different contexts to describe overlapping segments of the US population and to serve different program purposes.
15,16 In social science literature, vulnerability has been Cited by: For far too long, vulnerable populations across the globe have not received the attention that they so sorely need. Mary de Chesnay and Barbara A.
Anderson have written a text that clinicians and academics have been waiting for. This book will bring visibility to the welfare of vulnerable populations around the world. Welcome to the Web site for Vulnerable Populations in the United States, 2nd Edition by Leiyu Shi and Gregory D.
Stevens. This Web site gives you access to the rich tools and resources available for this text. You can access these resources in two ways: Using the menu at the top, select a chapter. Public Health Workbook to Define, Locate and Reach Special, Vulnerable, and At-Risk Populations in an Emergency Cdc-pdf.
Page last reviewed: April 4, Content source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. home Emergency Preparedness and Response.
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Suzanne Sgroi along with sixteen other veteran practioners describes the latest clinical methods and advances in treating victims of sexual abuse and sexual ed on: Ma For vulnerable populations, their health and healthcare issues may be exacerbated by social factors. Here are just 5 vulnerable populations who experience greater risk factors, worse access to.