Rueckert-Hartman College for Health Professions
Doctor of Nursing Practice
Thesis - Open Access
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This is an overview of the DNP project that was used for the writer’s Doctor of Nursing Practice degree. The project focus is the population at Gilliam Youth Services Center, the juvenile detention center that serves Denver County, Colorado. The project’s objective was to provide resources to the residents that are served by Gilliam, in the form of access to a medical home. The assessment attempted to provide data to show that there is a need for an intervention to provide this population with the resources and benefits that the services of a medical home provide.
Date of Award
© Gordon Duvall
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Duvall, Gordon E., "Medical Home Access Effect on Recidivism Rates of the Inner City Juvenile Detention Population" (2018). All Regis University Theses. 903.