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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Avoiding the unintended consequences of screening for social determinants of health

A. Garg, R. Boynton-Jarrett, P.H. Dworkin
JAMA

Screening for social determinants of health, which are the health-related social circumstances (e.g., food insecurity and inadequate or unstable housing) in which people live and work, has gained momentum as evidenced by the recent Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services innovation...

2016

Commentaries & Blogs

Surveillance and screening for social determinants of health: The medical home and beyond

A. Garg, P.H. Dworkin
JAMA Pediatr

Social determinants—the circumstances in which people live and work—powerfully affect health. In fact, social and environmental factors are estimated to have twice the impact of quality health care on the overall health of an individual.

2016

Commentaries & Blogs

The effectiveness of food insecurity screening in pediatric primary care

W.G. Lane, H. Dubowitz, S. Feigelman, G. Poole
Int J Child Health Nutr

Background: Food insecure children are at increased risk for medical and developmental problems. Effective screening and intervention are needed.

2014

Peer Reviewed Research

Randomized Controlled Trial (RCT)

The Safe Environment for Every Kid Model: promotion of children's health, development, and safety, and prevention of child neglect

H. Dubowitz
Pediatr Ann

Child neglect is by far the most prevalent form of child maltreatment. There is a need to try to prevent this problem, and pediatric primary care offers an excellent opportunity. This article describes one such approach, the Safe Environment for Every Kid (SEEK) model.

2014

Peer Reviewed Research

Review

The SEEK model of pediatric primary care: Can child maltreatment be prevented in a low-risk population?

H. Dubowitz, W.G. Lane, J.N. Semiatin, L.S. Magder
Acad Pediatr

Objective: To examine the effectiveness of the Safe Environment for Every Kid (SEEK) model of enhanced pediatric primary care to help reduce child maltreatment in a relatively low-risk population.

2012

Peer Reviewed Research

Randomized Controlled Trial (RCT)

The Safe Environment for Every Kid Model: Impact on pediatric primary care professionals

H. Dubowitz, W.G. Lane, J.N. Semiatin, L.S. Magder, M. Venepally, M. Jans
Pediatrics

Objective: To examine whether the Safe Environment for Every Kid (SEEK) model of enhanced primary care would improve the attitudes, knowledge, comfort, competence, and behavior of child health care professionals (HPs) regarding addressing major risk factors for child maltreatment (CM).

2011

Peer Reviewed Research

Randomized Controlled Trial (RCT)

Training pediatric residents in a primary care clinic to help address psychosocial problems and prevent child maltreatment

S. Feigelman, H. Dubowitz, W. Lane, L. Grube, J. Kim
Acad Pediatr

Objective: The objectives of this study were to determine whether 1) residents trained in the SEEK (A Safe Environment for Every Kid) model would report improved attitudes, knowledge, comfort, competence, and practice regarding screening for psychosocial risk factors (parental depression,...

2011

Peer Reviewed Research

Randomized Controlled Trial (RCT)

Pediatric primary care to help prevent child maltreatment: The Safe Environment for Every Kid (SEEK) Model

H. Dubowitz, S. Feigelman, W. Lane, J. Kim
Pediatrics

Context: Effective strategies for preventing child maltreatment are needed. Few primary care-based programs have been developed, and most have not been well evaluated.

2009

Peer Reviewed Research

Randomized Controlled Trial (RCT)
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