Building trust to cut risk in hard-to-reach groups
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Building trust to cut risk in hard-to-reach groups

Norman Miller Journalist

Nurses can help to tailor public health messages about lifestyle change and preventable disease through collaboration with community and faith leaders

The unequal share of preventable disease borne by hard-to-reach minority communities has complex causes and is a major public health challenge. Multiple factors, including culturally inappropriate care models, language differences and a lack of trust, can work together to place particular populations at higher risk of such conditions.

Nursing Standard. 37, 10, 19-21. doi: 10.7748/ns.37.10.19.s11

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