Evidence & Resource Library

The SIREN Evidence & Resource Library has expanded to include both peer-reviewed publications and other types of resources such as webinars and screening tools/toolkits on medical and social care integration. To limit your search to peer-reviewed articles, select Peer Reviewed Research under Resource Type. If you have questions about how to use the library or suggestions about additional resources, view this help document or write us at [email protected]. Sign up to receive our monthly newsletter to get alerts about recent additions to the Evidence & Resource Library.

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Commentary: Seeking consensus goals and broad support for social emergency medicine

S. Lippert
Ann Emerg Med

Fahimi and Goldfrank eloquently delineate the ways in which social emergency medicine is integral to the foundation and practice of emergency medicine.

2019

Commentaries & Blogs

Reflections: A social emergency medicine call to arms: Promoting the adoption of social emergency medicine practices

T. Schneberk, R.J. Cooper
Ann Emerg Med

The mission of this movement is to recruit people from within the emergency medicine community to adopt and develop social emergency medicine practices.

2019

Commentaries & Blogs

Achieving the quadruple aim: Treating patients as people by screening for and addressing the social determinants of health

D. Hsieh
Ann Emerg Med

Health care in the United States has reached a breaking point, with increasing costs, ongoing poor outcomes, and increasing provider burnout.

2019

Commentaries & Blogs

Commentary: Screening, education, and advocacy on social determinants of health: The complete package for treating the whole patient

J.F. Garrick
Ann Emerg Med

The commentary by Hsieh on social emergency medicine is a welcome contribution to the practice of emergency medicine. He offers a framework for how emergency providers can approach patients in a holistic way by considering the social determinants of health.

2019

Commentaries & Blogs

Commentary: Embracing the problem of subsistence needs in the emergency department

R.M. Rodriguez
Ann Emerg Med

The US health care system is indeed ill. Its disease, unfortunately, is more like widespread, systemic sepsis than isolated single-organ pathology.

2019

Commentaries & Blogs

Reflections: Addressing the quadruple aim in social emergency medicine

R. Karb, S. Natsui
Ann Emerg Med

Hsieh argues that the ED should serve as a nexus of treatment for the whole patient, inclusive of social factors, by bringing together the expertise of medicine, public health, and social work.

2019

Commentaries & Blogs

Commentary: How can emergency departments help end homelessness? A challenge to social emergency medicine

K.M. Doran
Ann Emerg Med

When a distinguishing feature of people living on the streets is the number of hospital identification bracelets—most obtained in emergency departments (EDs)—circling their wrists, it is clear that the ED is part of the problem and must be part of the solution to fixing homelessness....

2019

Commentaries & Blogs

Homelessness and the practice of emergency medicine: Challenges, gaps in care, and moral obligations

M. Raven
Ann Emerg Med

"During my research fellowship at Bellevue and New York University, I piloted a program to address the needs of frequent health system users.

2019

Commentaries & Blogs

Reflections: A perspective on homeless patients in the emergency department

T. Rehman, C.S. Wolff
Ann Emerg Med

The Emergency Medical Treatment and Labor Act, enacted in 1986, required Medicare-participating hospitals with emergency services to medically screen and stabilize all patients regardless of their ability to pay.

2019

Commentaries & Blogs

Part I: A quantitative study of social risk screening acceptability in patients and caregivers

E.H. De Marchis, D. Hessler, C. Fichtenberg, N. Adler, E. Byhoff, A.J. Cohen, K.M. Doran, S. Ettinger de Cuba, E.W. Fleegler, C.C. Lewis, S.T. Lindau, E.L. Tung, A.G. Huebschmann, A.A. Prather, M. Raven, N. Gavin, S. Jepson, W. Johnson, E. Ochoa, Jr, A.L. Olsen, M. Sandel, R.S. Sheward, L.M. Gottlieb
Am J Prev Med

Introduction: Despite recent growth in healthcare delivery-based social risk screening, little is known about patient perspectives on these activities. This study evaluates patient and caregiver acceptability of social risk screening.

2019

Peer Reviewed Research

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