Recommended steps to implement a mobile or pop-up clinic
Kerry Young is a nurse educator, with a background in community health and mental health. She is certified as a psychiatric mental health nurse and a healthcare simulation educator. Kerry graduated with her BSN from Bowling Green State University in 2013. She received her MSN in Nursing Leadership in Healthcare Systems from Regis University in 2020 and is currently in the DNP program at Duke University. She completed this work as part of her DNP project in 2022.
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This manual was developed as a guide for nurses and other healthcare professionals who desire to implement a mobile or pop-up clinic in their communities. While it does not contain every little detail that goes into a community assessment or the planning, implementation and evaluation of a non-traditional clinic, this manual serves as a quick reference to ensure a non-traditional clinic has a solid foundation for operations.
|Type||DNP Capstone Project|
|Review Type||None: Degree-based Submission|
|Evidence Level||Clinical Practice Guideline(s)|
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