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A statewide survey (response rate = 79.5%) of the emergency shelters designed for homeless individuals was conducted in Massachusetts to determine the prevalence of serious mental illness among residents and extent to which they received psychiatric services. An average prevalence rate of 22%,...
Caribbean peoples have been migrating to the United States for over one hundred years. Since the liberation of immigration policy in 1965, migration from the Caribbean has increased considerably and has presented with an interesting permutation. Many single mothers have migrated leaving young...
This article presents preliminary data on perceived culture shock (PCS), length of stay (LS), and depression in a sample of 29 Russian speaking elderly (age ranged 54 to 81, mean = 65.8). The average LS in the United States was 4 years, 8 months. Measurement of PCS was based on the number of...
City hospitals are complex organizations made up of thousands of employees with a variety of ethnic and racial backgrounds, and representing diverse occupational roles. These various groups often have differing religious and philosophical belief systems, which creates a complex combination of...
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