Social Determinants of Health: As Seen in a Courtroom

Journal of Law, Medicine and Ethics 51 (4):984-987 (2023)
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Abstract

To provide effective care physicians must attend, not just to medical issues, but also to the social determinants of health — racial factors, food insecurity, housing instability, transportation barriers and beyond. Social determinants also include a largely underrecognized dimension: legal vulnerabilities such as rental evictions and debt adjudications. Yet rarely do medical trainees have an opportunity to witness legal vulnerabilities, firsthand.

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