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Homelessness is associated with excess cardiovascular morbidity and mortality. This study reports on the long-term effects of a Canadian housing first initiative, compared to treatment as usual, on major cardiovascular events among adults experiencing homelessness and mental illness. Over the...
Studies in Europe and North America have shown that the mental health of individuals experiencing homelessness (IEHs) is worse than that of the general population. The objective of this study was to analyze the mental health of IEHs in Spain. A retrospective cohort study (observational study) of...
This pilot study qualitatively examined the benefits of engaging women experiencing homelessness in group-based improv activities as a means of enhancing health and wellness outcomes in this marginalized population. Seven women experiencing homelessness residing in a women’s shelter and who...
Certain populations are more vulnerable to the cycle of homelessness. We conducted a systematic review to identify studies on autistic individuals within the homeless community, who are a “hard-to-reach” sub-population. Eight Internet-based databases were used, following the Preferred Reporting...
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