Food & Nutrition

Cullen D, Woodford A, Fein J. Food for Thought: A Randomized Trial of Food Insecurity Screening in the Emergency Department. Academic Pediatrics. 2019 Jan 11.

Malecha PW, Williams JH, Kunzler NM, Goldfrank LR, Alter HJ, Doran KM. Material needs of emergency department patients: a systematic review. Academic Emergency Medicine. 2018 Mar;25(3):330-59.      

Raupp D, Silva FM, Marcadenti A, Rabito EI, da Silva Fink J, Becher P, Gottschall C. Nutrition screening in public hospital emergency rooms: Malnutrition Universal Screening Tool and Nutritional Risk Screening-2002 can be applied. Public health. 2018 Dec 1;165:6-8.     

Rabito EI, Marcadenti A, da Silva Fink J, Figueira L, Silva FM. Nutritional Risk Screening 2002, short nutritional assessment questionnaire, malnutrition screening tool, and malnutrition universal screening tool are good predictors of nutrition risk in an emergency service. Nutrition in Clinical Practice. 2017 Aug;32(4):526-32.          

Pabalan L, Dunn R, Gregori K, Olson E, Thomas L, Willis E, Simpson P, Brousseau DC. Assessment of food insecurity in Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin’s emergency department. WMJ. 2015 Aug;114(4):148-51.

Martel ML, Klein LR, Hager KA, Cutts DB. Emergency Department Experience with Novel Electronic Medical Record Order for Referral to Food Resources. Western Journal of Emergency Medicine. 2018 Mar;19(2):232.

Semple-Hess JE, Pham PK, Cohen SA, Liberman DB. Community Resource Needs Assessment Among Families Presenting to a Pediatric Emergency Department. Academic pediatrics. 2018 Nov 22.

Robinson T, Bryan L, Johnson V, McFadden T, Lazarus S, Simon HK. Hunger: A Missed Opportunity for Screening in the Pediatric Emergency Department. Clinical pediatrics. 2018 Jun 1:0009922818778044.

Burks CE, Jones CW, Braz VA, Swor RA, Richmond NL, Hwang KS, Hollowell AG, Weaver MA, Plattsā€Mills TF. Risk factors for malnutrition among older adults in the emergency department: a multicenter study. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society. 2017 Aug;65(8):1741-7.