4 edition of Caring for the rural community found in the catalog.
Caring for the rural community
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||American Psychological Association, Office of Rural Health.|
|Contributions||American Psychological Association. Office of Rural Health.|
|LC Classifications||RA790.6 .C36 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 76 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||76|
|LC Control Number||94049194|
The rural community presents not only distinct health care delivery challenges but also ethical problems for clinicians and administrators of small, rural health care facilities. Health care delivered in a rural context―in closely knit, tightly interdependent small community settings―poses unique ethical considerations for clinical Reviews: 1. Regional Emergency Response Plans for Rural Health Care Systems, developed in for rural counties without hospitals in the State of Texas. This original document was a component of the Rural Ready Communities project, a collaboration between the Texas Department of State Health.
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This book explains why interdisciplinary approaches to the delivery of mental health and substance abuse services are an important way that the existing providers in rural areas can ensure that rural residents have access to these services. Caring for the Rural Community: An Interdisciplinary Curriculum + OUT OF : Learn about the distinctive challenges facing rural communities during the COVID pandemic and how rural communities can respond.
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