Exploring Links between Money and Health
The latest edition of ACU’s official Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved focuses on the ways that money and socioeconomic status are inextricably linked to health and health equity. The November issue covers a broad array of topics within this theme—household medical debt and delayed prescriptions; housing stability and health; social and economic factors associated with health care delay during COVID-19; and much more.
Read about these and other crucial topics related to politics and health in the November edition, which features articles such as:
- “Socioeconomic Disparities in Method of Anesthesia for Knee Arthroplasties in the US”
- “Exploring Access and Utilization of Early Intervention Services Among Families Experiencing Homelessness: A Qualitative Study”
- “A Cross-Sectional, Mixed-Methods Analysis to Identify the Relative Importance of Factors Students and Providers Evaluate When Making a Job Choice”
- “Care coordination Experiences of Low-Income Parents of Children and Youth with Special Health Care Needs: An Exploratory Study”
- “Does the Use of Social Media Affect Online Health Information-Seeking Behaviors among Underserved African Americans in Rural Alabama?”
ACU Members: remember to log in using the special link in our member portal for free access to this and other issues. The Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved is the official peer-reviewed journal of the Association of Clinicians for the Underserved (ACU) and focuses on contemporary health care issues of medically underserved communities.