Primary Investigator:  Sabina Ali

Purpose: Social Determinants of Health (SDoH) has become an increasingly relevant and highlighted topic in healthcare, with the consensus among public health organizations being that SDoH are an important factor in health and impacting patient care. However, there has been limited guidance and recommendation into how to practically implement approaches to integrating SDoH screening into clinical care. For this reason we seek to directly evaluate the perceptions around SDoH screening among healthcare providers and investigate what key elements and barriers are common within SDoH screening practices.

Aims & Hypothesis: Our specific aims are to investigate the key steps and/or barriers involved in administering Social
Determinants of Health (SDoH) screening as well as assess differences in providers' perspective on SDoH screenings
and understand what factors may affect these perspectives. Certain factors, including knowledge and focus on Social Determinants of Health (SDoH), are more likely to result in having an established SDoH screening and being knowledgable about the screening process.

Study Period: January 2024

Recruitment Status: Currently recruiting participants 

Contact: [email protected] 

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