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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Redesigning health care practices to address childhood poverty

A.H. Fierman, A.F. Beck, E.K. Chung, M.M. Tschudy, T.R. Coker, K.B. Mistry, B. Siegel, L.J. Chamberlain, K. Conroy, S.G. Federico, P.J. Flanagan, A. Garg, B.A. Gitterman, A.M. Grace, R.S. Gross, M.K. Hole, P. Klass, C. Kraft, A. Kuo, G. Lewis, K.S. Lobach, D. Long, C. T. Ma, M. Messito, D. Navsaria, K.R. Northrip, C. Osman, M.D. Sadof, A.B. Schickedanz, J. Cox
Acad Pediatr

Child poverty in the United States is widespread and has serious negative effects on the health and well-being of children throughout their life course.

2016

Peer Reviewed Research

Review

Determinants of health and pediatric primary care practices

A.F. Beck, M.M. Tschudy, T.R. Coker, K.B. Mistry, J.E. Cox, B.A. Gitterman, L.J. Chamberlain, A.M. Grace, M.K. Hole, P.E. Klass, K.S. Lobach, C.T. Ma, D. Navsaria, K.D. Northrip, M.D. Sadof, A.N. Shah, A.H. Fierman
Pediatrics

More than 20% of children nationally live in poverty. Pediatric primary care practices are critical points-of-contact for these patients and their families.

2016

Peer Reviewed Research

Review

Addressing the social determinants of health within the patient-centered medical home: Lessons from pediatrics

A. Garg, B. Jack, B. Zuckerman
JAMA

Socioeconomic disparities in health continue to exist, despite advances in medicine. Since the classic Whitehall studies, it has been well known that the social context in which an individual lives and works influences health.

2013

Commentaries & Blogs

Primary care strategies for promoting parent-child interactions and school readiness in at-risk families: The Bellevue Project for Early Language, Literacy, and Education Success

A.L. Mendelsohn, H.S. Huberman, S.B. Berkule, C.A. Brockmeyer, L.M. Morrow, B.P. Dreyer
Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med

Objective: To determine the effects of pediatric primary care interventions on parent-child interactions in families with low socioeconomic status.

2011

Peer Reviewed Research

Randomized Controlled Trial (RCT)

Effectiveness of a primary care intervention to support reading aloud: A multicenter evaluation

R. Needlman, K.H. Toker, B.P. Dreyer, P. Klass, A.L. Mendelsohn
Ambul Pediatr

Objective: Failure to read at grade level predicts life-long economic and social disability. Early exposure to reading aloud may prevent reading problems.

2005

Peer Reviewed Research

Other Study Design

Reach Out and Read: Promoting pediatric literacy guidance through a transdisciplinary team

R. Bailey, K.B. Rhee
J Health Care Poor Underserved

The mission of Reach Out and Read (ROR) is to make literacy promotion a standard part of pediatric primary care, to help ensure that children grow up with books and a love of reading.

2005

Peer Reviewed Research

A practice-based intervention to enhance quality of care in the first 3 years of life: The Healthy Steps for Young Children Program

C.S. Minkovitz, N. Hughart, D. Strobino, D. Scharfstein, H. Grason, W. Hou, T. Miller, D. Bishai, M. Augustyn, K.T. McLearn, B. Guyer
JAMA

Context: There is growing concern regarding the quality of health care available in the United States for young children, and specific limitations have been noted in developmental and behavioral services provided for children in the first 3 years of life.

2003

Peer Reviewed Research

Randomized Controlled Trial (RCT)

An English-language clinic-based literacy program is effective for a multilingual population

M. Silverstein, L. Iverson, P. Lozano
Pediatrics

Objective: To assess the effectiveness of a clinic-based pediatric literacy intervention on a multilingual population.

Background: Clinic-based literacy interventions are effective among English- and Spanish-speaking children. No data exist for multilingual populations.

2002

Peer Reviewed Research

Pre-post without Comparison Group

The impact of a clinic-based literacy intervention on language development in inner-city preschool children

A.L. Mendelsohn, L.N. Mogilner, B.P. Dreyer, J.A. Forman, S.C. Weinstein, M. Broderick, K.J. Cheng, T. Magloire, T. Moore, C. Napier
Pediatrics

Objective: To determine the effect of a clinic-based literacy intervention on the language development of preschool children.

2001

Peer Reviewed Research

Pre-post with Comparison Group

Prescribing books for immigrant children: A pilot study to promote emergent literacy among the children of Hispanic immigrants

L.M. Sanders, T.D. Gershon, L.C. Huffman, F.S. Mendoza
Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med

Objectives: To assess book-sharing activities within first-generation Hispanic immigrant families, and to assess the effect of pediatricians giving books to their patients.

Design: Survey.

2000

Peer Reviewed Research

Pre-post with Comparison Group
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