Health of immigrant Hispanic families: narrative and phenomenological hermeneutics
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Health of immigrant Hispanic families: narrative and phenomenological hermeneutics

Catherine Caufield Assistant Professor, Faculty of Nursing, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada

A research project was designed to look at health issues relating to Hispanic families living in Canada and at wider issues concerning social cohesion and the integration of immigrants into local populations. This article describes how a narrative approach was employed in order to gather data and raises questions about the sources of health inequities

Nurse Researcher. 13, 3, 22-31. doi: 10.7748/nr2006.04.13.3.22.c5976

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