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Frontline homeless service provision is both rewarding and challenging work. Some have raised concerns about elevated burnout risk, traumatic stress, compassion fatigue, and high levels of staff turnover in the sector. Previous research has shown that the COVID-19 pandemic exacerbated existing...
Homelessness and rough sleeping are currently on the rise in England. Literature evidences an empirical relationship between substance use disorders and offending behavior within homelessness. This qualitative study explores this relationship from the perspective of those currently experiencing...
Many people who are homeless own a companion animal (a “pet”). For people who are homeless, pet ownership has a range of benefits. However, it may also limit a person’s access to services and interventions, and so complicate or even prolong their homelessness. “Pet-friendly”...
COVID-19 vaccines mitigate severe disease, yet uptake remains low among people experiencing homelessness (PEH) despite the risk of transmission in congregate settings like homeless shelters. This study evaluated retrospective COVID-19 vaccination intent and decision-making between March...
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