Addressing social determinants of health in an ambulatory setting: quasi-experimental controlled study of a curricular intervention for residents
KEY WORDSSocial determinants of health Residency curriculum Internal medicine
We would like to thank Carla Spagnoletti, MD, MS, for her invaluable feedback and assistance editing this manuscript. We would also like to thank Mike Elnicki, MD; Julia Fleming, MD; Asha Isable, MD; Jon Giftos, MD; Brian Dorsey, MD; and Maritza Casillas, LSW, for their feedback and contributions to this study.
Prior Presentations: This study was presented in part at the Society of General Internal Medicine Conference April 2017, Beyond Flexner Conference September 2016, and Society of General Internal Medicine Conference May 2016.
Compliance with ethical standards
Albert Einstein College of Medicine IRB approved this study.
Conflict of interest
The authors declare that they do not have a conflict of interest.
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