Moore, Hadass Astor, Ron Avi Capp, Gordon
Journal of community psychology
Even though homeless students are nested in schools and districts with different socioeconomic status (SES) contexts, little is known about the role of schools and districts for homeless students in these differing contexts. This comparative case study explored the identification, service provision, and school experience of homeless students in hig...
Browne, Felicia A Gichane, Margaret W Shangase, Nosipho Ndirangu, Jacqueline Bonner, Courtney Peasant Wechsberg, Wendee M
AIDS and behavior
This study aimed to understand how social determinants-the economic and social factors that affect health and well-being-are associated with self-reported and biological alcohol and other drug misuse in South Africa among women living with HIV. Logistic regression analyses were performed using baseline data from an implementation science trial cond...
Niemeyer, Helen Knaevelsrud, Christine
Journal of clinical psychology
Individuals with low socioeconomic status (SES) have significantly higher prevalence rates of mental disorders than those with higher SES, but are less likely to receive treatment. Studies from the United States show that individuals with higher SES are more likely to be offered a therapy place than those with low SES. In Germany, where the public ...
Krishnappa, Vinod Ludwick, Ruth Sompalle, Saiaravind Baughman, Kristin R
The American journal of hospice & palliative care
Context: Unraveling the intricacies of what factors influence advance care planning (ACP) is an ongoing research challenge. Research shows much ACP is crisis-based and takes place at the end of life. Complicating this late-stage approach may be demographic differences based on race, ethnicity and socioeconomic status. Objective: We examined the rel...
Ledder, Oren Harel, Sasha Lujan, Rona Friss, Chagit Orlanski-Meyer, Esther Yogev, Dotan Loewenberg Weisband, Yiska Greenfeld, Shira Kariv, Revital Lederman, Natan
Inflammatory bowel diseases
In a novel nationwide population study, we found that patients with inflammatory bowel disease living in peripheral regions and those with lower socioeconomic status had significantly worse inflammatory bowel disease outcomes, notably higher corticosteroid dependency, higher surgery rate, and higher repeat surgery rate.
Zhang, Yun Tan, Caixia Tan, Wenfu
Frontiers in Nutrition
Introduction The mechanism by which socioeconomic status (SES) affects bone mineral density (BMD) remains unknown, and body mass index (BMI) may be a potential mediator. The purpose of this study was to investigate whether BMI mediates the relationship between SES [education level and poverty income ratio (PIR)] and lumbar BMD and the proportion it...
Keruakous, Amany R. Soror, Noha Jiménez, Sarah Ashley, Rachel Keruakous, Mai Sadek, Betro T.
Frontiers in Public Health
Papadopoulos, Dimitrios Etindele Sosso, Faustin Armel
Journal of clinical sleep medicine : JCSM : official publication of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine
This review aims to assess the association between socioeconomic status (SES) and sleep health in the general population and the mediating effects of lifestyle and mental and physical health in this relationship. Observational studies testing the independent association between objective or subjective SES indicators and behavioral/physiological or ...
Halme, Marie Rautava, Päivi Sillanmäki, Lauri Sumanen, Markku Suominen, Sakari Vahtera, Jussi Virtanen, Pekka Salo, Paula
The International journal of social psychiatry
The prevalence of mental disorders is increased among people of low socioeconomic status or educational level, but it remains unclear whether their access to treatment matches their increased need. Our objective was to examine whether educational level as an indicator of socioeconomic status is associated with use of mental health services, psychot...
Rosenthal, Amanda Reddy, Shivani Cooper, Robert Chung, Joanie Zhang, Jing Haque, Reina Kim, Christina
Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology
Despite encouraging trends in survival, sociodemographic inequalities persist among patients with melanoma. We sought to quantify the effect of race/ethnicity, socioeconomic status, and health care systems on melanoma-specific mortality within an insured population of patients. Using a retrospective cohort study, we identified insured adults diagno...