Annual Review of Nursing Research: Vulnerable Populations, by Joyce J. Fitzpatrick, Adeline Nyamathi, Deborah

By Joyce J. Fitzpatrick, Adeline Nyamathi, Deborah Koniak-Griffin

This twenty fifth anniversary version of the once a year evaluation of Nursing learn is concentrated on nursing technology in susceptible populations. pointed out as a concern within the nursing self-discipline, weak populations are mentioned by way of the improvement of nursing technology, diversified ways in construction the kingdom of the technological know-how study, integrating biologic equipment within the learn, and study in lowering wellbeing and fitness disparities. subject matters comprise: dimension concerns Prevention of infectious illnesses between weak populations Genomics and proteomics methodologies for study selling culturally applicable interventions Community-academic study partnerships with weak populations susceptible populations in Thailand: ladies residing with HIV/AIDS As in all volumes of the once a year reports, top nurse researchers supply scholars, different researchers, and clinicians with the rules for evidence-based perform and additional study.

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