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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Integrating legal services with primary care: The Health Justice Program

G. Drozdzal, R. Shoucri, J. Macdonald, K. Radford, A.D. Pinto, N. Persaud
Can Fam Physician

The Health Justice Program (HJP) aims to bridge the gap between social determinants of health knowledge and practice through a multi-partner medical-legal program informed by the MLP model.

2019

Commentaries & Blogs

Other Study Design

A novel natural language processing system for inferring social risk from clinical narratives

M. Conway, S. Keyhani, L. Christensen, B.R. South, M. Vali, L.C. Walter, D.L. Mowery, S. Abdelrahman, W.W. Chapman
J Biomed Semantics

Background: Social risk factors are important dimensions of health and are linked to access to care, quality of life, health outcomes and life expectancy.

2019

Peer Reviewed Research

Other Study Design

Recurrence of maltreatment after newborn home visiting: A randomized controlled trial

M.A. Easterbrooks, C. Kotake, R. Fauth
Am J Public Health

Objectives: To investigate whether a newborn home visiting program for primiparous adolescent mothers (aged 16-20 years at childbirth) reduced recurrence of child maltreatment in child protective services (CPS) reports.

2019

Peer Reviewed Research

Randomized Controlled Trial (RCT)

Addressing social determinants of health: Challenges and opportunities in a value-based model

A. Garg, C.J. Homer, P.H. Dworkin
Pediatrics

Two forces are reverberating within the US health care system. The first is the medical system’s recognition that addressing a patient’s social circumstances is necessary to promote health and prevent disease.

2019

Commentaries & Blogs

A system-level approach to addressing health-harming legal and social needs: A case study of the NYC Health + Hospitals and LegalHealth medical-legal partnership

J. Theiss, J. Schrag, J.A. Teitelbaum
National Center for Medical Legal Partnership

Social, environmental, and economic factors play an outsized role in the health of individuals and whole communities.

2019

Issue Briefs & Reports

Other Study Design

To prevent child maltreatment, home visiting programs are one part of a complete response

H. Kim
Am J Public Health

Child maltreatment is a pressing public health problem. In 2017, 3.5 million US children were reported to Child Protective Services (CPS) for maltreatment concerns. This is equivalent to 4.71% of US children annually. The cumulative prevalence is much higher.

2019

Commentaries & Blogs

Homeless status documentation at a metropolitan hospital emergency department

S.J. Lee, P. Thomas, H. Newnham, J. Freidin, C. Smith, J. Lowthian, F. Borghmans, R.A. Gocentas, D. De Silva, S. Stafrace
Emerg Med Australas

Objective: This study compared the prevalence of homelessness in consecutive patients presenting to a metropolitan hospital ED measured via a prospective housing screen with the prevalence of homelessness determined via retrospective audit of hospital data.

2019

Peer Reviewed Research

Other Study Design

Promoting caregiver and child health through housing and stability screening in clinical settings

R. Sheward, A. Bovell-Ammon, N. Ahmad, G. Preer, S. Ettinger de Cuba, M. Sandel
Zero to Three

Within the health care sector, researchers, clinicians, and payers increasingly recognize the importance of the social determinants of health for improving maternal and child health.

2019

Peer Reviewed Research

Review

Cost-effectiveness of financial incentives for improving diet and health through Medicare and Medicaid: A microsimulation study

Y. Lee, D. Mozaffarian, Y. Huang, J. Liu, P.E. Wilde, S. Abrahams-Gessel, T.S.V. Jardim, T.A. Gaziano, R. Micha
PLoS Med

Background: Economic incentives through health insurance may promote healthier behaviors. Little is known about health and economic impacts of incentivizing diet, a leading risk factor for diabetes and cardiovascular disease (CVD), through Medicare and Medicaid.

2019

Peer Reviewed Research

Other Study Design

Implementation of an intimate partner violence screening program in a university health care clinic

J. McCarthy, A. Bianchi
J Am Coll Health

Objectives: To examine whether an intimate partner violence (IPV) screening program is related to a positive change in health care providers' knowledge, attitudes, and self-efficacy of IPV screening.

2019

Peer Reviewed Research

Pre-post without Comparison Group
CSV