Who should use the CDC SDOH web portal? Is this a comprehensive list of SDOH tools? How were tools selected for inclusion on the CDC SDOH web portal? Where can I find the references for the landing page content? How did you select articles for the research section?
How can I find research articles on particular SDOH topics? Is research on conditions in the workplace included in SDOH? Resources that enhance quality of life can have a significant influence on population health outcomes. Motivated largely by the growing interest in SDOH, the CDC SDOH web portal was created to help users access CDC resources related to SDOH from one website. Communities, public health practitioners, health care providers, and others interested in SDOH will find the CDC SDOH web portal contains a wealth of resources to support their efforts. The SDOH tools listed on the portal are generated or funded by CDC.
The site connects users with resources for accessing data, tools for action, programs, and policy options to help tackle SDOH. This site will be updated as additional SDOH resources are identified within CDC. CDC-generated or -funded research studies and findings are not included on this site at this time. The CDC SDOH web portal does not contain an exhaustive list of SDOH tools. Q: Where can I find the references for the landing page content? Socioeconomic disparities in health: pathways and policies.
Walker RE, Keane CR, Burke JG. Disparities and access to healthy food in the United States: a review of food deserts literature. Poverty, housing niches, and health in the United States. Health disparities and health equity: concepts and measurement. Norman D, Kennedy B, Kawachi I. Why justice is good for our health: the social determinants of health inequalities. Williams DR, Costa MV, Odunlami AO, Mohammed SA.