The homeless: social isolates.

@article{Malloy1990TheHS,
  title={The homeless: social isolates.},
  author={C. Malloy and M. A. Christ and F. J. Hohloch},
  journal={Journal of community health nursing},
  year={1990},
  volume={7 1},
  pages={
          25-36
        }
}
Within the last 10 years, homelessness has emerged as one of the leading social problems in the United States. This article contains the findings of a descriptive study of the characteristics and health status of a homeless population in a southeastern city. The homeless population is of interest to nurses because it is representative of a specific disadvantaged group, seriously at risk for a myriad of physical and mental problems. The theoretical model, Social Disaffiliation, can serve as a… Expand
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