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Abram Oudshoorn
Abe Oudshoorn is a doctoral candidate and faculty member in Nursing at The University of Western Ontario. Abe teaches community and mental health nursing theory and practice in the undergraduate Nursing program, and was formerly employed in a health...
Abe Oudshoorn
The annual Nursing Research Day in London was themed around health and homelessness this year. I was privileged to be the opening keynote presenter.
Abe Oudshoorn
Recognizing the need for scholarly dissemination on preventing and ending homelessness that truly incorporates both the Global North and Global South, an international board has come together to launch a new journal. The International Journal on...
Amy Van Berkum, Abe Oudshoorn
This guideline was designed to synthesize existing literature in an effort to develop best practices for ending women’s and girl’s homelessness. Women, girls, and their children are experiencing homelessness at alarming rates, however this global...
Abe Oudshoorn, Catherine Ward-Griffin, Cheryl Forchuk, Helene Berman, Blake Poland
Recognizing the importance of health-promoting relationships in engaging people who are experiencing homelessness in care, most research on health clinics for homeless persons has involved some recognition of client–provider relationships. However,...
In this electronic version of an academic poster session several presenters had a few minutes each to share their stories, data, research and ideas via PowerPoint. These posters capture the highlights of Canadian homelessness research....