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Socioeconomic and Racial Disparities in Parental Perception and Experience of Having a Medical Home, 2007 to 2011-2012.
Income Disparities in the Association of the Medical Home With Child Health.
Influence of Maternal Depression on WIC Participation in Low-Income Families.
Screening and Referral for Low-Income Families' Social Determinants of Health by US Pediatricians.
Improving the management of family psychosocial problems at low-income children's well-child care visits: the WE CARE Project.
Does Parental Report of Having a Medical Home Attenuate the Negative Association Between Unmet Basic Needs and Health for Low-Income Children?
Influence of maternal depression on household food insecurity for low-income families.
Protecting the American Dream: a Pediatric Imperative.
Avoiding the Unintended Consequences of Screening for Social Determinants of Health.
Ameliorating Maternal Depression and Its Harmful Consequences for Low-Income Families: Primary Care to the Rescue?
United States Pediatricians' Attitudes Regarding Public Policies for Low-Income Children and Their Profession's Advocacy Priorities.
Screening for basic social needs at a medical home for low-income children.
The Association Between Racial Discrimination, Race, and Social Class With Health Among US Children.
Beyond income: material hardship and the health and healthcare of premature children.
Associations of household unmet basic needs and health outcomes among very low birth weight children.