Marginalization and health geomatics

@article{Alexander2003MarginalizationAH,
  title={Marginalization and health geomatics},
  author={Gregory L. Alexander and Edward L. Kinman and Louise C. Miller and Timothy B. Patrick},
  journal={Journal of biomedical informatics},
  year={2003},
  volume={36 4-5},
  pages={400-7}
}
Marginalized groups have been defined as groups that have been peripheralized from the center of society. Increasing nursing knowledge of marginalized groups and the dynamics of population diversity will enable nurses to better recognize shifting health patterns, plan for utilization of health services, and determine ethnic and cultural differences that exist in marginalized populations. The authors of this article review theoretical models responsible for defining the concept marginalization… CONTINUE READING
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