Children’s HealthWatch publishes its research findings in three formats:
Peer-reviewed articles have been evaluated and critiqued by experts in the field; these articles reflect solid scholarship and advance the state of knowledge in a discipline. Children’s HealthWatch has published over twenty peer-reviewed articles using the Children’s HealthWatch dataset. Our peer-reviewed articles include detailed information about our sample and research methods.
Children’s HealthWatch Policy Reports present our findings about the impacts of federal programs and policies. The reports include a comprehensive review of research done on the health impacts of the programs and policy recommendations based on Children’s HealthWatch research.
Briefs have a summary of Children’s HealthWatch research on specific topics. They present time-sensitive research results about the relationships between household hardships and children’s health.
Children’s HealthWatch and the Food Research and Action Center (FRAC) publish a tri-annual newsletter about new research on nutrition and food insecurity in the United States.
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