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Reflections on Practice: Access to Health Care

2007 3 min
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Street nurse Caroline Brunt talks about the important role friendly, low-barrier health services play in increasing the chances that people using drugs will access timely health care. Nurse ethicist Paddy Rodney analyzes the impact of health-care providers who direct anger towards people who use drugs. *Watch the complete documentary. *View all 10 educational playlists. *Explore the Teacher's Guide for this chapter.

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Reflections on Practice: Access to Health Care

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Street nurse Caroline Brunt talks about the important role friendly, low-barrier health services play in increasing the chances that people using drugs will access timely health care. Nurse ethicist Paddy Rodney analyzes the impact of health-care providers who direct anger towards people who use drugs.

*Watch the complete documentary.
*View all 10 educational playlists.
*Explore the Teacher's Guide for this chapter.
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    Nettie Wild

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