SU NSG6101 W1 Project Quantitative Annotated Bibliography Stovall M.docx

SU NSG6101 W1 Project Quantitative Annotated Bibliography Stovall M.docx

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Running head: QUANTITATIVE ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY 1 Running head: ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY Quantitative Annotated Bibliography Mary Stovall South University Online Dr. Jackie Williams NSG 6101: Nursing Research Methods 12/20/2017
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QUANTITATIVE ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY 2 Chwastiak L, Tsai J, Rosenheck R. Impact of Health Insurance Status and a Diagnosis of Serious Mental Illness on Whether Chronically Homeless Individuals Engage in Primary Care. American Journal Of Public Health [serial online]. December 2012;102(12):e83-9. Available from: CINAHL Plus with Full Text, Ipswich, MA. Accessed December 20, 20 The main purpose of the study was to determine if the status of an individual's health insurance and diagnosis of serious mental illness had an impact on whether the person who were chronically homeless sought primary care or went to the emergency room for treatment of health conditions. The study used data from 750 chronically homeless adults that were enrolled in a program to help end chronic homelessness. Demographic and clinical characteristics that were
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