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This article, an introductory survey of sources relevant to the Hispanic population in the United States, emphasizes Hispanic health defined broadly—for example, income, education, living standards, and health items including immunizations, major diseases, and life expectancy. The focus is...
Workplace violence (WPV) against nursing professionals is common. This pilot study explored the association between WPV and victim characteristics including the interpersonal risk factor of prior childhood or adult violence and gender characteristics among 90 Hispanic nurses practicing in Texas....
To address the serious HIV epidemic in the Hispanic community in the United States, the underlying causes of the epidemic must be addressed. Marginalization, including homophobia, poverty, and racism, as well as cultural factors such as machismo and sexual silence disempower people, making HIV...
This study focused on Latinas (female Hispanics) with Type 2 diabetes because this disease has a high prevalence and incidence among this population and cultural norms may affect women's experiences with diabetes. The study used a descriptive phenomenology design with a purposive sample of 13...
AIDS is a global epidemic. Regardless of the present incidence of AIDS, all countries must confront the threat of this devastating disease. The shared border and continued migration between Mexico and the United States as well as shared concerns about HIV/AIDS are compelling reasons to promote...
In this article, how community partners were identified and recruited and how community partnerships have been sustained during a current program of study designed to eliminate health and use disparities are described. Hispanic elders use in-home community services less often than do Anglo...
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