Evidence & Resource Library

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Improving the management of family psychosocial problems at low-income children's well-child care visits: The WE CARE Project

A. Garg, A.M. Butz, P.H. Dworkin, R.A. Lewis, R.E. Thompson, J.R. Serwint
Pediatrics

Objective: Our goal was to evaluate the feasibility and impact of an intervention on the management of family psychosocial topics at well-child care visits at a medical home for low-income children.

2007

Peer Reviewed Research

Randomized Controlled Trial (RCT)

Families' health-related social problems and missed referral opportunities

E.W. Fleegler, T.A. Lieu, P.H. Wise, S. Muret-Wagstaff
Pediatrics

Objectives: The objectives of this study were to characterize (1) families' cumulative burden of health-related social problems regarding access to health care, housing, food security, income security, and intimate partner violence; (2) families' experiences regarding screening and referral for...

2007

Peer Reviewed Research

Other Study Design

Effects of nurse home visiting on maternal and child functioning: Age-9 follow-up of a randomized trial

D.L. Olds, H. Kitzman, C. Hanks, R. Cole, E. Anson, K. Sidora-Arcoleo, D.W. Luckey, C.R. Henderson, Jr., J. Holmberg, R.A. Tutt, A.J. Stevenson, J. Bondy
Pediatrics

Objective: Our goal was to test the effect of prenatal and infancy home visits by nurses on mothers' fertility and children's functioning 7 years after the program ended at child age 2.

2007

Peer Reviewed Research

Randomized Controlled Trial (RCT)

A model of integrated primary care for HIV-positive patients with underlying substance use and mental illness

N. Zaller, F.S. Gillani, J.D. Rich
AIDS Care

There is a high burden of underlying substance use and mental illness in HIV-infected populations. HIV-care settings provide an important opportunity to assess substance and mental health needs among HIV-positive patients and to provide or make referrals for appropriate treatment services.

2007

Peer Reviewed Research

Other Study Design

Revisiting the social history for child health

C. Kenyon, M. Sandel, M. Silverstein, A. Shakir, B. Zuckerman
Pediatrics

Beginning as early as John Snow and Rudolph Virchow, physicians have recognized a link between social circumstances, population dynamics, and disease. Although some social factors have been improved, such as clean drinking water, others such as unsanitary living conditions, crowding, hunger,...

2007

Intimate partner violence incidence and continuation in a primary care screening program

A.L. Coker, V.C. Flerx, P.H. Smith, D.J. Whitaker, M.K. Fadden, M. Williams
Am J Epidemiol

There are few longitudinal estimates of intimate partner violence (IPV) incidence and continuation. This report provides estimates of IPV incidence and continuation in women receiving health care in clinics participating in an IPV assessment and services intervention study.

2007

Peer Reviewed Research

Other Study Design

The attorney as the newest member of the cancer treatment team

S.B. Fleishman, R. Retkin, J. Brandfield, V. Braun
J Clin Oncol

In a recent survey of cancer patients conducted by the Lance Armstrong Foundation (Austin, TX), nearly half of the individuals surveyed said that nonmedical issues relating to their cancer were unmet by their oncologists, including 35% who said nonmedical issues were wholly unaddressed and...

2006

Peer Reviewed Research

Other Study Design

A practice-centered intervention to increase screening for domestic violence in primary care practices

D.E. Bonds, S.D. Ellis, E. Weeks, S.L. Palla, P. Lichstein
BMC Fam Pract

Background: Interventions to change practice patterns among health care professionals have had mixed success. We tested the effectiveness of a practice centered intervention to increase screening for domestic violence in primary care practices.

2006

Peer Reviewed Research

Pre-post without Comparison Group

Measuring return on investment of outreach by community health workers

E.M. Whitley, R.M. Everhart, R.A. Wright
J Health Care Poor Underserved

Community health workers (CHWs) are effective in improving access to health care, promoting client knowledge and behavior change, and contributing to improved health status of individuals.

2006

Peer Reviewed Research

Pre-post with Comparison Group

MHSPY: A children's health initiative for maintaining at-risk youth in the community

K.E. Grimes, B. Mullin
J Behav Health Serv Res

The Massachusetts Mental Health Services Program for Youth (MHSPY) is a home-based clinical intervention that seeks to maintain youth with severe functional impairment in the community via delivery of integrated primary care, mental health, substance abuse, and social services.

2006

Peer Reviewed Research

Other Study Design
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