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Trends & Implications with Nursing Engagement

Through diligent research, Dr. King and Leigh Ann Bradley dispelled nursing myths and found trends in generations focusing on engagement. In this study, they detail the findings, discuss tactics, and offer strategies for your organization to improve nursing engagement.

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Primary Data Unlocks the Secret to a Powerhouse CHNA

How many people in your community use opiates? Five percent? Twenty? The National Institute on Drug Abuse reports a daily average of over 130 deaths from opioid overdose.

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Substance Abuse: Findings from the PRC National Health Survey

In an effort to better inform the public about substance abuse’s impact on community health, PRC’s latest National Health Survey includes crucial community data about alcohol and drugs.

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Access to Healthcare: Findings from the PRC National Health Survey

Despite advances in care, many Americans still face significant health barriers. In the last decade, adults became increasingly insured, but many, especially low-income, non-white adults, remain without insurance.

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Cultivating Cultural Competency

While the importance of understanding a patient’s spoken language is almost a given at this point, many often overlook the role of the culture which supports that language.

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Health Literacy Findings from the PRC National Health Survey

Individuals with low health literacy seldom find written or spoken health information easy to understand, need help reading health information, and/or are not confident completing health forms

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6 Reasons Why Population Surveys Are the Future of Community Health

6 Reasons Why Population Surveys Are the Future of Community Health

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