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The Impact of Migration on the Health of Latino Immigrants

Location: Date:
The University of Texas at Arlington
300 W. First Street
Arlington, TX 76010
Friday, Oct. 12, 2012
8:00 AM  - 3:30 PM

Program Purpose: The purpose of this activity is to update professional nurses and other health care providers on the latest research of the effects of migration on the health of Latino patients and families with strategies for reducing stress-related health issues and improving patient care.
At the completion of this activity I am able to:
(1)    Describe two stressors affecting the health of immigrants during the migration process.
(2)    Identify two major stress-related health issues negatively impacting immigrants and migration.
(3)    Describe three evidence-based nursing interventions and limitations for reducing immigrant stress.
(4)    Identify two educational interventions and community resources to help patients manage stress.

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