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Current models of health care do not meet the needs of the 24% of Australian children living in housing instability/homelessness. These children have poorer access to health services and appointment compliance, increased Emergency Department (ED) utilisation, and overall poorer mental and physical health outcomes. The current COVID-19 outbreak places these children at a significantly higher risk of morbidity and mortality than other children.
|Publisher||Flinders University, College of Nursing & Health Sciences,|
|Number of pages||3|
|Publication status||Published - 26 Apr 2020|
- homeless children
- community health and wellbeing services:
- homelessness services
- Nurse Practitioners (NP)
- Inner Southern Homelessness Service (United Care Wesley Bowden)
- health care
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Addressing the gaps in health for children, Innovative Health Service delivery: Enhancing lifelong development and the health and wellbeing of marginalised children 0 to 18 years.Parry, Y. K., Willis, E., Kendall, S., Marriott, R., Sivertsen, N. & Bell, A., 1 Nov 2020, Adelaide. 18 p.
Research output: Book/Report › Commissioned report
Meeting the needs of marginalised children: An innovative Nurse Practitioner led healthcare model at Uniting Care Wesley BowdenParry, Y. K., Willis, E., Kendall, S., Marriott, R., Sivertsen, N. & Bell, A., Apr 2020, In: Australian Nursing and Midwifery Journal. 26, 10, p. 48-49 2 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Review article › peer-review