Social Outreach and Homeless Nursing Programs

Social outreach and homeless outreach programs from around the world employ community health workers to address the shortage of other trained medical practitioners in vulnerable communities and to reduce health disparities. There are several promising studies showing that community health workers are an effective tool for reducing health disparities, improving health and reducing the cost of health care10-10. Recent research on the effectiveness of community health workers documents a reduction in the use of emergency services and a reduction of hospitalizations while client health improved, both empirically and self-reported.

 

  • Hospital Based Community Outreach to Medically Isolated Elders
  • Data Collection and Study
  • Meeting Educational and Service Needs in the Community
  • Conducting Health Education, Promoting Healthy Lifestyle for Personal as well as Environmental Health
  • Monitoring Indications for Outbreak of Diseases
  • Imortance of Health Workshops in Schools, Community Groups, Special Communities, At-risk Population and Poor and Isolated Communities
  • Rehabilitation Program
  • Colaboration with Non-profit Oranizations and Civic Authorities

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