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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The state of the medical-legal partnership field: Findings from the 2016 National Center for Medical-Legal Partnership surveys

M. Regenstein, J. Trott, A. Williamson
National Center for Medical Legal Partnership

Today, more than 300 medical-legal partnerships operate nationwide, demonstrating enormous diversity in terms of patient populations served, legal care provided, and organizational priorities.

2017

Issue Briefs & Reports

Information sharing in Medical-Legal Partnerships: Foundational concepts and resources

J. Hyatt Thorpe, L. Cartwright-Smith, E. Gray, M. Mongeon
The National Center for Medical Legal Partnership

This brief is intended for use by participants in Medical-Legal Partnerships (MLPs) as an overview and analysis of the legal issues relevant to interdisciplinary information sharing.

2017

Issue Briefs & Reports

The Highland Health Advocates: A preliminary evaluation of a novel programme addressing the social needs of emergency department patients

L.I. Losonczy, D. Hsieh, M. Wang , C. Hahn, T. Trivedi, M. Rodriguez, J. Fahimi, H. Alter
Emerg Med J

Objectives: Patients commonly come to the emergency department (ED) with social needs.

2017

Peer Reviewed Research

Pre-post with Comparison Group

Civil legal services and Medical-Legal Partnerships needed by the homeless population: a national survey

J. Tsai, D. Jenkins, E. Lawton
Am J Public Health

Objectives: To examine civil legal needs among people experiencing homelessness and the extent to which medical-legal partnerships exist in homeless service sites, which promote the integration of civil legal aid professionals into health care settings.

2017

Peer Reviewed Research

Other Study Design

Screening for health-harming legal needs

J. Trott, M. Regenstein
National Center for Medical Legal Partnership

This issue brief from the National Center for Medical-Legal Partnership (NCMLP) examines how 13 hospitals and health centers screen their patients for health-harming legal needs.

2016

Issue Briefs & Reports

Identifying social determinants of health and legal needs for children with special health care needs

N.A. DeJong, C.T. Wood, M.C. Morreale, C. Ellis, D. Davis, J. Fernandez, M.J. Steiner
Clin Pediatr

Children with special health care needs (CSHCN) require comprehensive care with high levels of community and government assistance. Medical-legal partnerships may be particularly suited to address needs for this population.

2016

Peer Reviewed Research

Other Study Design

Using social determinants of health data to improve health care and health: A learning report

L. DeMilto, M. Nakashian
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

Social determinants have always played a fundamental role in our health and well-being, yet until recently collecting data about, and addressing these determinants has largely been done outside of health care systems.

2016

Issue Briefs & Reports

Other Study Design

Screening for social determinants of health among children and families living in poverty: A guide for clinicians

E.K. Chung, B.S. Siegel, A. Garg, K. Conroy, R.S. Gross, D.A. Long, G. Lewis, C. J. Osman, M. Jo Messito, R. Wade, Jr., H. Shonna Yin, J. Cox, A.H. Fierman
Curr Probl Pediatr Adolesc Health Care

Approximately 20% of all children in the United States live in poverty, which exists in rural, urban, and suburban areas.

2016

Peer Reviewed Research

Review

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
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