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Introduction to forensic nursing: a student’s work: female genital mutilation.

Dimens Crit Care Nurs. 2011 Jul-Aug;30(4):190-3.

Introduction to forensic nursing: a student’s work: female genital mutilation.

Hebert LJ.

leah.hebert@maine.edu

ABSTRACT

This article was written by a student interested in female genital mutilation as part of a school project. The article reviews exactly what female genital mutilation entails, its history, and the role of the forensic and critical-care nurse.

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Clinical issues in refugee healthcare: the Somali Bantu population.

Nurse Pract. 2011 Jul;36(7):48-53.

Clinical issues in refugee healthcare: the Somali Bantu population.

Parve J, Kaul T.

Medical College of Wisconsin and Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare, Inc., Milwaukee, WI, USA.

ABSTRACT

With an estimated 803,500 refugees residing in the United States, many NPs will encounter patients who do not speak, read, or understand English. Many of these patients have challenging health issues such as parasitic diseases and chronic or acute diseases not commonly seen in the United States and NPs will need to be prepared for these challenges.

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