This has been a HUGE aspect of my Chronic II class. Throughout this quarter, my instructors reiterate the importance of being an advocate for our patients. Part of advocacy involves knowing our resources in the community that we work in. During lecture, for instance, we discuss case studies of real life scenarios of chronically ill patients. The majority of our questions on these lengthy assignments include: what are the available resources to this particular client … Read More
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