There is a program called Beads of Courage. It is used primarily for
Children, but should also work for adults.

Hope this is the kind of thing you are looking for.


On Tuesday, August 11, 2015, Lee Hover <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> Perhaps some of the sociology literature would yield something, and don't
> overlook lay magazines, newspapers, etc.  They might have human interest
> types of stories about local hospitals.
> HTH.
> Lee Hover, D. Med. Hum.
> Lacey, WA
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> Subject: Recognition for hospitalized veterans
> I am working with a nurse who wants to start a veteran recognition program
> within our hospitals.  I can find lots of anecdotal information online from
> specific hospitals.  She is in search of articles.  We have both searched
> numerous places and found nothing.  Does anyone have any suggestions?
> Thank
> you!
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