Item description for Health Behaviors of Homeless Women- Using a Cross-sectional, Descriptive, and Non Experimental Design by Meg Wilson...
Homeless women and female-headed families represent the fastest growing subgroups of homeless individuals. To expand the body of knowledge and provide further insight into the complex area of homelessness and health, health practices of sheltered homeless women were investigated using a cross-sectional, descriptive, and non-experimental design using Pender's Health Promotion Model as the theoretical framework. Homeless women in this study were found to be highly educated, mostly unemployed, and primarily single. A greater number of African Americans than represented in the local population were found to be shelter residents. Significant findings reflected women's personal strengths. Homeless women were noted to practice health-promoting behaviors in all areas but scored the lowest on physical activity; negative health behaviors related to tobacco use was widespread. Health care access and effective utilization of services were evidenced in the sample. This book is addressed to those who provide services to homeless women including shelters, clinics, nurses, outreach workers, and social workers.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.4" Width: 6.5" Height: 0.4" Weight: 0.55 lbs.
Release Date Oct 1, 2007
Publisher VDM Verlag Dr. Mueller e.K.
ISBN 3836429446 ISBN13 9783836429443
Availability 63 units. Availability accurate as of Oct 22, 2016 09:41.
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More About Meg Wilson
Meg Wilson is currently writing her first nonfiction title, WANDER WOMEN, after following ten thru-hikers down the Appalachian Trail. She is also author of the young adult novel, CRAPPY NEW YEAR, available through this e store or at your local bookseller. She lives with her family in southern Maine. Mourning Dove earned semi-finalist status in the 2012 ABNA competition, finishing in the top 50 of 5,000 general fiction novels. In 2014, look for Meg's newest book, WANDER WOMEN: What Ten Thru-Hikers Taught One Angel about Pleasure, Pain, and Pink-Blazing.