Publications

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Peer Reviewed Publications

Conference Presentations

Technical Papers & Reports 


Videos

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Peer Reviewed Publications

Lindau ST, Sharp LK. Detecting Low Literacy in the Clinical Setting: The Five-Second Screen. Annals of Behavioral Medicine. 2002; 24S:S139.

Lindau ST, Laumann E, Levinson W, Waite L. Synthesis of Scientific Disciplines in Pursuit of Health: The Interactive Biopsychosocial Model. Perspectives in Biology and Medicine. 2003:46(3S):74-86. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/14563076

Lindau ST, Makelarski JA, Chin MH, Desautels S, Johnson D, Johnson WE, Miller D, Peters S, Robinson C, Schneider J, Thicklin F, Watson NP, Wolfe M, Whitaker E. Community-Engaged Health Research and Discovery Infrastructure on the South Side of Chicago: Science in Service to Community. Preventive Medicine. December 2010; 52(3-4):200-207. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21236295

Schneider J, Makelarski JA, Van Haitsma M, Lipton RB, Abramsohn EM, Lauderdale DS, Lindau ST. Differential Access to Digital Communication Technology: Association with Health Survey Recruitment and Retention within an African-American, Underserved Urban Population. Journal of Urban Health. 2011; 88(3):479-492. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21279451

Vable A, Drum ML, Tang H, Chin MH, Lindau ST, Huang ES. Implications of the New Definition of Diabetes for Health Disparities. Journal of the National Medical Association. 2011; 103(3):219-223. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21671525

Ludwig J, Sanbonmatsu L, Gennetian L, Adam E, Duncan GJ, Katz LF, Kessler RC, Kling JR, Lindau ST, Whitaker RC, McDade TW. Neighborhoods, Obesity and Diabetes: A Randomized Social Experiment. New England Journal of Medicine. 2011; 365(16):1509-1519. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22010917

Lindau ST, James R, Makelarski JA, Sanders E, Johnson D. Letter to the Editor. Comments from the South Side of Chicago on New Haven's Inspiring 3000 Miles Asset Mapping Project. American Journal of Public Health. July 2012; 102(7):e3-e4. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22594737

Makelarski JA, Lindau ST, Fabbre VD, Grogan CM, Sadhu EM, Silverstein JC, Tran TT, Van Haitsma M, Whitaker E, & Johnson D. Are Your Asset Data as Good as You Think? Conducting a comprehensive census of built assets to improve urban population health. Journal of Urban Health. 2012. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22983720

Sanbonmatsua L, Marvakov J, Potter NA, Yan F, Adam E, Congdon WJ, Duncan GJ, Gennetian LA, Katz LF, Kling JR, Kessler RC, Lindau ST, Ludwig J, McDade TW. The Long-Term Effects of Moving to Opportunity on Adult Health and Economic Self-Sufficiency. Cityscape: A Journal of Policy Development and Research. 2012; 14(2):109-136.

Makelarski JA, Thorngren D, Lindau ST. Feed First, Ask Questions Later: Alleviating and Understanding Caregiver Food Insecurity in an Urban Children's Hospital. American Journal of Public Health. August 2015;105(8):e98-104. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/26066937

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Conference Presentations

Biosocial Approaches to Health, Aging and Vitality on Chicago’s South Side: Summary of Presentations and Conference Agenda

South Side Biosocial Population Health Study, presented by Lori Garibay

Utilization of Pharmacies in African-American and Hispanic Urban Communities on Chicago’s South Side, presented by Dr. Dima Qato

Digital Communication Technology and Health on Chicago's South Side, presented by Dr. Anjali Gopalan

The NYC Macroscope: Harnessing Data from Electronic Health Records for Population Health Surveillance in NYC, presented by Remle Newton-Dame and Dr. Tiffany Harris

Population Health Improvement at an Urban Scale: Applying the U.S. Institute of Medicine Intersectoral Health System Model, presented by Dr. Jennifer Makelarski

Health Outcomes in the SSHVS Population Study, presented by Dr. Loretta Cain

Assessing Community Health Risks Using Aggregate EHR Data: Breaking the Identity and Location Barrier, presented by Dr. Abel Kho

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Technical Papers & Reports

Measuring Success of Population Health Improvement Innovations Using the Triple Aim Framework

South Side Health & Vitality Studies Population Health Study Report

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