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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 siren@ucsf.edu.

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Community–clinical linkages are connections between community and clinical sectors to improve population health, and community-based pharmacists are well positioned to implement this strategy.

Publication year
2021
Resource type
Peer Reviewed Research

Diaper need? You can bank on it

W.S. Berry, S.D. Blatt
Acad Pediatr

DIAPER NEED IS the lack of sufficient diapers to keep a child clean, dry, and healthy. It is a newly recognized social and financial burden for 1 in 3 families in the United States. Despite this statistic, diaper costs are not addressed by federal antipoverty programs.

Keywords: Primary care
Publication year
2021
Resource type
Peer Reviewed Research

Screening for food insecurity in the primary care setting: Type of visit matters

M.R. McLeod, A. Vasudevan S. Warnick, Jr J.A. Wolfson
J Gen Intern Med

In 2018 over 11% of American households experienced food insecurity (FI), a condition of limited or uncertain access to food, putting those individuals at higher risk of chronic diseases including diabetes, obesity, depression, and hypertension.

Keywords: Primary care
Publication year
2021
Resource type
Peer Reviewed Research

Promoting cross-sector collaborations to address intimate partner violence in health care delivery systems using a quality assessment tool

S. Miller-Walfish, J. Kwon, C. Raible, A. Ali, J.H. Bell, L. James, E. Miller
J Womens Healthu

Background: As part of a Domestic Violence and Health care Partnership (DVHCP) project in California, 19 leadership teams consisting of representatives from domestic violence agencies and health care delivery systems in California came together to improve care related to intim

Publication year
2021
Resource type
Peer Reviewed Research

The National Academy of Medicine social care framework and COVID-19 care innovations

L.M. Gottlieb, M.S. Pantell, L.S. Solomon
J Gen Intern Med

Despite social care interventions gaining traction in the US healthcare sector in recent years, the scaling of healthcare practices to address social adversity and coordinate care across sectors has been modest.

Keywords: COVID-19
Publication year
2021
Resource type
Commentaries & Blogs

The health and social needs of patients discharged from the emergency department with suspected COVID-19

H. Khidir, M. DeLuca, W.L. Macias-Konstantopoulos, M. Samuels-Kalow, R. Jasrasaria, K. Risley, K. Liburd, V. Adjei, B.J. Yun
Public Health Rep

Health-related social needs (HRSNs), such as food or housing insecurity, are important drivers of disparities in outcomes during public health emergencies.

Keywords: COVID-19 Emergency department
Publication year
2021
Resource type
Peer Reviewed Research

Interventions addressing social needs in perinatal care: A systematic review

A.M. Reyes, P.W. Aknyirige, D. Wishart, R. Dahdouh, M.R. Young, A. Estrada, C. Ward, C. Cruz Alvarez, M. Beestrum, M.A. Simon
Health Equity

Introduction: Health is impacted by a wide range of nonmedical factors, collectively termed the social determinants of health (SDoH).

Publication year
2021
Resource type
Peer Reviewed Research

Survivors' input on health care-connected services for intimate partner violence

M.E. Dichter, S.N. Ogden, A. Tuepker, K.M. Iverson, G. True
J Womens Health (Larchmt)

Background: Intimate partner violence (IPV) is increasingly recognized as a social factor impacting health, and health care providers are encouraged to routinely screen and refer patients for needs related to IPV.

Publication year
2021
Resource type
Peer Reviewed Research