Food insecurity screening in a pediatric clinic
Laurie Sparr, DNP; Deborah Loman, PhD -- School of Nursing, Saint Louis University, St. Louis, Missouri, USA
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The PDSA model was used to implement screening for food insecurity (FI) in a FQHC pediatric clinic. The objective was to increase the percentage of families screened for FI during the routine screening. This project analyzed the proportion and characteristics of families who were screened for FI.
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|Keywords||Pediatric Food Insecurity;
Plan-do-study-act Quality Improvement;
Two-item Food Insecurity Screen
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