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Paramedics have untapped potential to address social determinants of health in Canada
The role of paramedics, including select paramedics providing primary and preventive care in homes and community settings, is evolving in health systems around the world.
An exploration of key barriers to healthcare providers' use of food prescription (FRx) interventions in the rural South
Public Health Nutr
Objective: The purpose of this exploratory study was to examine the attitude towards food prescriptions (FRx) interventions among clinicians and identify potential barriers to their use in clinical practice.
Developing and evaluating a quality improvement intervention to facilitate patient navigation in the Accountable Health Communities model
Introduction: The Accountable Health Communities (AHC) Model was designed to address the health-related social needs of Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services beneficiaries.
Health care for homeless people
Nat Rev Dis Primers
A growing and diversifying homeless population faces tremendous social burdens and structural barriers to health care that contribute to high morbidity and mortality.
Beyond screening: Health systems invest in social determinants of health
Am J Nurs
This is the second of three articles exploring ways in which frontline nurses may be affected by recommendations of the forthcoming National Academy of Medicine Future of Nursing 2020-2030 study.
Community resource navigator model: Utilizing student volunteers to integrate health and social care in a community health center setting
International Journal of Integrated Care
Introduction: While unmet social needs are major drivers of health outcomes, most health systems are not fully integrated with the social care sector to address them.
Conceptualizing interprofessional working - when a lawyer joins the healthcare mix
J Interprof Care
Research, policy and practice in the field of interprofessional collaboration have focused on how medical, nursing, allied health and social care practitioners work together to positively impact patient care.
Examining the interfacility variation of social determinants of health in the Veterans Health Administration
Introduction: Recently, numerous studies have linked social determinants of health (SDoH) with clinical outcomes. While this association is well known, the interfacility variability of these risk favors within the Veterans Health Administration (VHA) is not known.
Opportunities to support optimal health for children in Medicaid beyond the COVID-19 pandemic
Am J Public Health
COVID-19 affects all segments of the population in the United States, including children, who experience physical, social, and emotional consequences from the pandemic.