What is the relevance of trauma-informed care for rough sleepers?
Pras Ramluggun Senior lecturer/researcher, Faculty of Health and Life Sciences, Oxford Brookes University, Oxford, England
Shaila Hussain Lecturer/researcher, School of Health and Sports Science, Regent College (Holborn Campus), London
Symptoms of post-traumatic disorder in rough sleepers and how nurse practitioners can adopt a trauma-informed approach to their care
One fifth of rough sleepers (street homelessness) are involved with the criminal justice system, with a high prevalence of unresolved mental health and/or emotional difficulties (Schneider et al 2022).
Mental Health Practice.
25, 6, 18-19.
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