Date of Award
Open Access Thesis
Master of Arts in Nursing (MAN)
Joyce P. Miller DNP, RN
The homeless are faced with many challenges of adverse nutritional deficiencies that predispose them to several illnesses commonly associated with the lack of adequate nutrition and the frequent utilizations of health care resources. Provision of nutritious food for the homeless can help decrease the prevalence of these identifiable markers and can be accomplished by u collaborative effort. The purpose of this project is to describe a collaboration between Regions Hospital and the Dorothy Day Center to provide supplemental nutrition for the homeless. Leininger's culture care diversity and universality theory along with culture care accommodation/negotiation are used as a theoretical framework to support this work. The steps involved in the creation of this project as well as recommendations for continual success and expansion are discussed.
Johnson Massaquoi, Valetta M., "Feeding the homeless through collaboration: A proposal for consideration" (2013). Theses and Graduate Projects. 1522.