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Learning Outcome: After completing this continuing nursing education activity the learner will have increased knowledge regarding co-occuring disorders within the veteran population, be able to identify their health promotion needs and advocate for them within the healthcare team to achieve optimal health.
Learning Engagement Activity: Understanding the dynamics of homelessness among veterans can contribute to our understanding of their health needs. Review the information from the CDC “Preventing Chronic Disease Prevalence and Risk of Homelessness Among U.S. Veterans” available at https://www.cdc.gov/pcd/issues...
Man Alone: Nursing Care of Veteran with Co-Occuring Disorders
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1/12/19 7:15 am
7/25/19 4:04 pm
Great article and a reminder to have an empathic approach to all we care for. Healthcare is not a one size fits all. As nurses, we must be in tune with who we are caring for and the history that comes with them.
10/10/19 12:54 pm
Nurses advocating for their pts needs to ensure their best possible outcomes definitely includes their living situations. Coupling with case managers to offer community resources for short term and long term solutions is imperative .