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Identifying and Addressing Childhood Food Insecurity in Healthcare and Community Settings

This salient resource offers clinicians a comprehensive multi-tiered framework for identifying, addressing, and reducing food insecurity among children and their families. Reinforcing the importance of food insecurity as a key social determinant of health, this monograph reviews the epidemiology and presents in-depth guidelines for screening for food insecurity and hunger. Recommendations for screening in a busy clinical setting as well as the strengths and limitations of widely-used instruments are discussed. The monograph also outlines a variety of clinic-level interventions, potential community-based resources, and opportunities for clinical-community partnerships to improve families’ food access and security. Further, contributors provide workable plans for large-scale advocacy through greater engagement with professional and community resources as well as policymakers.  The monograph concludes with an outline of the critical steps to implement a food insecurity screening process and the key components to train the next generation of provider-advocates.

 

Included in the coverage:

 

         Epidemiology and pathophysiology of food insecurity
        Screening tools and training
         Scope of interventions to address food insecurity
        Creation and evaluation of the impact of food insecurity-focused clinical-community partnerships on patients and populations
         Development of an action plan to fight food insecurity

Identifying and Addressing Childhood Food Insecurity in Healthcare and Community Settings will find an engaged audience among physicians and other clinicians who want to address food insecurity in their healthcare and/or community setting. Institutions that are starting to address social determinants of health, including food insecurity, will find guidance on screening tools, processes and evaluation of impact.                                                                                                            

 

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9783319760476
ISBN (ISBN-10): 3319760475
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Taschenbuch
Erscheinungsjahr: 2018
Herausgeber: Springer International Publishing

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ISBN/EAN: 9783319760476

ISBN - alternative Schreibweisen:
3-319-76047-5, 978-3-319-76047-6


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Autor/in: Hans B. Kersten; Andrew F. Beck; Melissa Klein
Titel: SpringerBriefs in Child Health; SpringerBriefs in Public Health; Identifying and Addressing Childhood Food Insecurity in Healthcare and Community Settings
Verlag: Springer; Springer International Publishing
108 Seiten
Erscheinungsjahr: 2018-05-16
Cham; CH
Gedruckt / Hergestellt in Niederlande.
Gewicht: 0,454 kg
Sprache: Englisch
53,49 € (DE)
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VIII, 108 p. 11 illus., 1 illus. in color.

BC; Book; Hardcover, Softcover / Ratgeber/Gesundheit; Gynäkologie und Geburtshilfe; Verstehen; Medizin, Gesundheit; child nutrition; child health; pediatrics; food insecurity in American families; epidemiology; screening and intervention; community partnerships; population health outcomes; food insecurity programs; social determinants of health; quality improvement (QI); population health techniques; family medicine; health inequities; health disparities; hunger; poverty; sustainability; hunger-free healthcare center; hunger-free communities; C; Maternal and Child Health; Pediatrics; General Practice / Family Medicine; Clinical Nutrition; Gynecology; Pediatrics; General Practice and Family Medicine; Nutrition; Behavioral Science and Psychology; Pädiatrie; Allgemeinmedizin / Familienmedizin; Diätetik und Ernährung; EA

 

Included in the coverage:

will find an engaged audience among physicians and other clinicians who want to address food insecurity in their healthcare and/or community setting. Institutions that are starting to address social determinants of health, including food insecurity, will find guidance on screening tools, processes and evaluation of impact.                                                                                                            

 

Identifying and Addressing Childhood Food Insecurity in Healthcare and Community Settings 

Epidemiology and pathophysiology of food insecurity

This chapter will define key terms of relevance to FI.  For example, particular focus will be paid to terms that include food security, FI, and hunger.  The chapter will then extend to describe the prevalence of FI over the last 5 years and the various sociodemographic and clinical factors associated with FI.  Finally, the chapter will review the deleterious effects that FI can have on children and their families with respect to short- and long-term health outcomes.

a.       Hunger

b.      Food insecurity

2.       Epidemiology

a.       National versus local

c.       Risk factors for FI

3.       Pathology

a.       Health effects from birth to adulthood

                                                                           i.      Life course and population health outcomes

 

Training providers to screen and provide resources to address food insecurity

1.       Screening methods for FI

                                                                           i.      1 versus 2 versus 6 item screen

b.      Types of screeners

                                                                           i.      Paper, EHR, tablet-based

c.       Who should screen

                                                                           i.      Provider, nurse, MA, staff

2.       Training methods aimed at increasing FI screening and identification rates

a.       Adult learning principles

                                                                           i.      Didactic

                                                                         ii.      Video/movie

                                                                        iii.      Shadowing

                                                                       iv.      others

Scope of interventions to address food insecurity.

1.       Response to the FI patient/family

2.       Clinic-wide integration of FI-relevant interventions

3.       FI-relevant advocacy to effect policies

a.       Linking data to policy

 

  Developing and evaluating community partnerships.

Efforts by providers to implement programs with partners in their own community are likely to have an impact for individual patients and for populations.  This chapter will review the critical components necessary and sustain community partnerships to address food insecurity.  Quality improvement (QI) methods will be presented that can be used by readers to take a deeper dive into their data and increase the impact of their efforts to screen and address FI.  This chapter will be fortified by case studies of interventions developed and sustained using such methods.

a.       Resources needed for partnerships

b.      Key stakeholders

c.       Funding and sustainability

d.      Assessing impact of intervention using QI methods

a.       KIND

b.      Hopple Pantry

c.       Child HeLP and public benefits

 

  Developing an Action Plan to Fight Food Insecurity.

1.       Strength and weaknesses of institution

2.       Key stakeholders

4.       Next steps

Chapter 1. Chapter 2.   Chapter 3. Chapter 4. Chapter 5. Hans B. Kersten, MD Andrew Beck, MD, MPH Melissa Klein, MD, MEd

Enables readers to gain a better understanding of food insecurity and the broad impacts it has on the health and well-being of children and families

Gives providers important information to help them to determine how to screen for food insecurity in the office setting

Is a comprehensive resource that presents a thorough approach to addressing food insecurity in the office setting



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