A collection of short stories based on the lives of five Italian-American sisters from the upstate New York town of Fulton that take place between the 1920’s and the 1950’s, based loosely on true stories about the sisters in their youth. Their stories remind us that human nature remains the same, even as the world around us has changed drastically since their time.
This is the second book in the "Dimensions of Culture Healthcare Series." This book looks at what health care professionals need to know to provide culturally responsive care to immigrants and refugees to the United States. The psychosocial experience of immigrants, medical consultation best practices, and special topics related to refugee children are addressed.