About Stephen Metraux
October 17, 2017 - last updated.
|Present||Adjunct Assistant Professor (Dept. of Psychiatry), University of Pennsylvania|
|Present||Dean's Professor (adjunct position; Dept. of Health Policy & Public Health), University of the Sciences in Philadelphia|
|Present||Program Analyst, US Department of Veterans Affairs ‐ National Center for Homelessness Among Veterans|
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Curriculum Vita (1)
Current as of January 2018
2018 Publications (1)
2017 Publications (4)
2016 Publications (4)
2015 Publications (4)
2014 Publications (4)
IMPACT OF A LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT PROGRAM ON ADMITTED PATIENT BOARDERS WITHIN AN EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT Journal of Emergency Nursing (2014)
Introduction: ED crowding is a public health issue, and hospitals across the country must pursue aggressive strategies to improve patient flow to help solve this growing problem. The logistics management program (LMP) is an expansion ...
Validation of Self-Reported Veteran Status among Two Sheltered Homeless Populations Public Health Reports (2014)
Objectives. We assessed the accuracy of self-reported veteran status among sheltered homeless adults to assess the reliability of using self-report to deter- mine the number of veterans in homeless populations and examine whether there are ...
2013 Publications (6)
Risk Factors for Becoming Homeless Among a Cohort of Veterans Who Served in the Era of the Iraq and Afghanistan Conflicts American Journal of Pubic Health (2013)
Objectives. In this population-based cohort study, we assessed baseline risk factors for homelessness, including the role of service in the Iraq or Afghanistan conflicts, among a large cohort of recent veterans. Methods. Data for this ...
Hazardous drinking and its association with homelessness among veterans in care Drug and Alcohol Dependence (2013)
Background: While scholarship on alcohol use and homelessness has focused on the impact of alcohol abuse and dependence, little is known about the effects of lower levels of misuse such as hazardous use. Veterans receiving ...
Rethinking Homelessness Prevention among Persons with Serious Mental Illness Social Issues and Policy Review (2013)
During recent years, the need to consider effective and innovative ways to prevent and end homelessness among individuals with serious mental illness has been abetted by an increased and more sophisticated understanding of the composition ...
2012 Publications (4)
Geographic Access to and Availability of Community Resources for Persons Diagnosed with Severe Mental Illness in Philadelphia USA Health & Place (2012)
This study assesses whether there are differences in geographic access to and availability of a range of different amenities for a large group of persons diagnosed with severe mental illness (SMI) in Philadelphia (USA) when ...