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Clinicians’ Perceptions of Screening for Food Insecurity in Suburban Pediatric Practice

The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recommends screening for food insecurity and referring eligible families to nutrition assistance in all pediatric primary care settings, knowing that addressing food insecurity can lead to improved health outcomes in children. Researchers recently conducted a study in suburban pediatric practices to determine clinicians’ perceptions of screening for food insecurity and provide recommendations for improvements.

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