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This presentation will discuss ways in which social determinants of health intersect with clinical care and health care systems. The first half will examine findings from two systematic literature reviews examining social determinants of health screening instruments in pediatric and adolescent primary care. Implications for future research directions and pediatric and adolescent primary care practice will be discussed. The second half of the presentation will concentrate on preliminary findings from a qualitative study exploring health care needs and experiences of female sex trafficking survivors. Subsequent discussion will explore ways in which social determinants inform health care challenges and solutions.
Allied Health Care Professionals
- Describe ways in which social determinants of health intersect with clinical care and health care systems.
- Identify current social determinants of health screening practices in adolescent and pediatric primary care.
- Illustrate how social determinants of health inform health care challenges and solutions.
Program Director: Linda Meurer, MD
Presenter: Sandra Bogar, PhD, completed her PhD in Public and Community Health in 2016. Her dissertation employed a community based participatory research approach in partnership with Running Rebels community organization to explore environmental health knowledge, attitudes, and perspectives among youth. In her current fellowship, Sandy will to continue to pursue youth‐partnered research as well as investigate interventions related to improving well‐being among providers working with youth who experience trauma.
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