1a. After reviewing the background material, provide a definition of vulnerable population.
1b. Based upon the definition provided in 1a, review an organization you selected in previous modules and discuss vulnerable population the organization serves. Make sure you explain how you know the population is vulnerable and provide examples.
Care for the homeless (n.d.) Policy agenda to end homelessness. Retrieved from http://assets.donordrive.com/careforthehomeless/files/$cms$/100/1331.pdf.
Carney, T. (2018). Vulnerability: False Hope for Vulnerable Social Security Clients? University of New South Wales Law Journal, 41(3), 135. Retrieved from EBSCO multi-search in the Touro Library.
Executive Order B-30-15 Resiliency Guidebook Vulnerable Populations. Retrieved from http://opr.ca.gov/docs/20180312-Vulnerable_Communities_Descriptions.pdf (Vulnerable Populations and Climate Change).
Maryland Rural Health Association (n.d.). Social Determinants of Health and Vulnerable Populations in Rural Maryland. Retrieved from https://www.mdruralhealth.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/MRHA-White-Paper1-FINAL-.pdf
National Institutes of Health (n.d.). Vulnerable and Other Populations Requiring Additional Protections. Retrieved from https://grants.nih.gov/policy/humansubjects/policies-and-regulations/vulnerable-populations.htm.
Sarfati, H. (2016). Integrating social services for vulnerable groups – Bridging sectors for better service delivery. International Social Security Review, 69(2), 137140. Retrieved from EBSCO multi-search (Book report that provide clarity to vulnerable populations).
The Commonwealth Fund (2018, April 27). Making Health Care Work Better for Vulnerable Patients. Retrieved from https://www.commonwealthfund.org/blog/2018/making-health-care-work-better-vulnerable-patients.