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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Part II: A qualitative study of social risk screening acceptability in patients and caregivers

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

Introduction: This study aimed to better understand patient and caregiver perspectives on social risk screening across different healthcare settings.

2019

Peer Reviewed Research

Other Study Design

Optimizing our clinical practice for health equity: Recognizing the social drivers of health that affect physician behavior

B.R. Taira
Ann Emerg Med

Social medicine, including social emergency medicine, is at its core about health equity. The poor health of individuals at the bottom of the social gradient is caused by an unequal distribution of resources.

2019

Peer Reviewed Research

Other Study Design

Inventing social emergency medicine: Summary of common and critical research themes using a modified haddon matrix

E. Anderson, E. Bernstein, Z. Xuan, H.J. Alter
Ann Emerg Med

In this article, we synthesize the written materials and main discussion points from the Inventing Social Emergency Medicine conference into a theoretic model for the application of social emergency medicine research.

2019

Peer Reviewed Research

Other Study Design

Reflection: An ecologic model of social emergency medicine

T.H. Cheng, E.A. Samuels
Ann Emerg Med

Emergency physicians are natural advocates, interfacing with all parts of the medical system, and are eyewitnesses to the health effects of social inequalities.

2019

Commentaries & Blogs

Commentary: Leveraging accountability for advocacy

C. Barsotti
Ann Emerg Med

Emergency medicine has broad accountabilities established by EMTALA and complementary state and federal laws, which provide leverage and opportunities to advocate the practice of social emergency medicine in the interests of our patients.

2019

Commentaries & Blogs

Commentary: Maximizing the effect and influence of social emergency medicine

Z. F. Meisel
Ann Emerg Med

Emergency physicians consider the social and behavioral aspects of health in their work almost constantly (and certainly more often than they, or others, recognize).

2019

Commentaries & Blogs

Emergency physicians as community health advocates

M. Clery, J. Khaldun
Ann Emerg Med

The evening shift is as busy as yesterday, with new patients constantly appearing on the tracking board, assigned to hall beds that do not officially exist and require a bit of detective work to find. The next one up is a 20-year-old man with chest pain.

2019

Commentaries & Blogs

Reflection: A consensus to intervene—creating a social emergency medicine playbook

P. Craine, L. Losonczy
Ann Emerg Med

We highlight the discussion of key components in implementing the framework of education, research, and policy and advocacy to interrupt the drivers of community violence.

2019

Commentaries & Blogs

Commentary: Using a trauma-informed care framework to address the upstream and downstream correlates of youth violence

N. Irvin
Ann Emerg Med

Emergency departments (EDs) play a critical role in the public health infrastructure of the United States.

2019

Commentaries & Blogs

A paradigm shift to interrupt the bidirectional flow driving community violence

T. James
Ann Emerg Med

Community violence is a downstream consequence of root causes upstream, such as a lack of employment, income, opportunities for wealth building, education, access to healthy affordable food, and other determinants of health and thriving such as economically stable communities.

2019

Commentaries & Blogs

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