2014 Socioeconomic status is related to almost all health outcomes People who

2014 socioeconomic status is related to almost all

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tribes (Espey et al., 2014). Socioeconomic status is related to almost all health outcomes. People who are poorer and have less education are more likely to suffer from diseases, to experience loss of functioning, to be cognitively and physically impaired, and to experience higher mortality rates (Richardson, Allen, Xiao, and Vallone, 2012). Targeted Questions to Help Build the Patient’s History 1.How much alcohol do you drink daily? 2.Has drinking or using drugs led to any arrests or accidents? 3.What do your typical daily meals consist of? 4.How does your anxiety interfere with your daily life? 5.What activities do you do to relieve stress? (6). 38-45. Retrieved from - (4), 1477-1493. doi:10.1353/hpu.2012.0181 Thomas, L., Rosa, C., Forcehimes, A., Donovan, D., Thomas, L. R., Rosa, C., & Donovan, D. M. (2011). Research partnerships between academic institutions and American Indian and Alaska Native Tribes and organizations: Effective strategies and lessons learned in a multisite CTN study. American Journal Of Drug & Alcohol Abuse , 37 (5), 333-338. doi:10.3109/00952990.2011.596976
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