Title

Why is Communication a Needed Prescription for Prevention and Post Diagnosed Minorities with Chronic Kidney Disease?

Abstract

The improper functioning of kidneys can lead to and possibly be diagnosed as Chronic Kidney Disease. My aim is to explore how the communication process affects the outcome of this disease in minorities. Information will be presented from various forms of research. This research will show the availability and accessibility of communication in areas with a higher number of at risk patients.

Communication is imperative for controlling, maintaining, diagnosing and living with Chronic Kidney Disease. Through scholarly based, peer reviewed materials we will determine the needs of communication within the family, community and health care fields. Suggestions will be made on effectively using communication processes

Year Manuscript Completed

Spring 2017

Senior Project Advisor

Dr. Steve Cox

Degree Awarded

Bachelor of Integrated Studies Degree

Field of Study

Communications

Document Type

Thesis

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