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Title: Call to Action for Continuum of Care in Foreign-Born Populations
Odera Ekwunife_CallToAction_Abstract_2018.pdf  (8.57 kB)  
Odera Ekwunife_CallToAction_Poster_2018.pdf  (1.07 MB)  
Authors: Ekwunife, Odera
Date: 2018-02
Abstract: BACKGROUND: Continuity of care post-discharge allows for a seamless transition between the inpatient care that was received and any post-discharge care such as filling prescriptions and visiting a primary care physician. The literature to date on continuity of care has not focused on foreign-born populations who can be at risk of poor transitions following an inpatient stay. There is limited information regarding the factors that represent barriers to a successful transition from hospital to home. The objective of this pilot project is to explore perspectives on the barriers to adequate post-discharge transitional care among foreign-born patients and identify ways to improve the quality of the transition from hospital to home.
Subject Keywords: foreign-born patients
Immigrants--Medical care
Continuity of Patient Care
Transitional Care
Description: First place winning poster at the Student National Pharmaceutical Association (SNPhA) Region I & II Conference 2018, February 23-25, Chapel Hill, N.C.
Type: Poster/Presentation
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