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May 2024 - Public Insights Survey

May 2024- Research on social drivers and disparities in rural communities

Alexandra Lewin-Zwerdling

May 2024 - Research on Rural Health and Social Drivers of Health

Access to the May summary for rural health and Social Drivers of Health.

Alexandra Lewin-Zwerdling

2024 Public Insight Survey

Public insights into attitudes and perceptions of physical and mental health in relation to social drivers.

Alexandra Lewin-Zwerdling

March 2024 - Research on Housing and Social Drivers of Health

Access to the March summary for Housing and Social Drivers of Health.

Alex Lewin Zwerdling

February 2024 - Research on Housing and Social Drivers of Health

Key findings from a public insights survey focused on housing aspects.

Alex Lewin Zwerdling

January 2024 - Climate and Health Disparities

Alex Lewin Zwerdling

January 2024 - Social Drivers of Health

Housing and food security were of the greatest concern among study participants, while the most experienced issues in the past year were chronic health conditions and difficulty affording rent or mortgage.

Alex Lewin Zwerdling

Webinar Schedule

Please join us for upcoming educational webinars on The Root Cause Coalition’s yearlong research study, climate change and social drivers, and women’s health topics. Find information on each webinar and registration information below.

Alex Lewin Zwerdling

May 2023 - Maternal Health and Health Disparities in the U.S.

We are excited to share research findings from The Root Cause Coalition showing Americans’ perception, understanding and attitudes about prioritizing maternal health programs and policies.

Alex Lewin Zwerdling

TRCC's Research Underscores Public Support for Federal Assistance Programs

Federal programs such as the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) and the Women, Infants and Children (WIC) Program have strong public support and benefit individuals in a multitude of ways, according to new research from The Root Cause Coalition.

Alex Lewin Zwerdling

Results from a 2022 online survey to explore trends, attitudes, and perceptions about issues related to health equity.

This report focuses on public perception of major issues related to the social determinants of health.

Alex Lewin Zwerdling

Results from a 2022 survey focused on digital device usage.

Perhaps fueled by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, access to digital tools is widespread. Below are key points that emerged from TRCC’s digital usage survey conducted in September 2022.

Alex Lewin Zwerdling

Research from The Root Cause Coalition, in Partnership with Food Allergy Research & Education, Underscores the Importance of Addressing Food Allergies in the Context of Health Equity

New research from The Root Cause Coalition, in partnership with Food Allergy Research & Education (FARE), illustrates how Americans struggle with food

Alex Lewin Zwerdling

Each month, The Root Cause Coalition conducts a public insights survey to gauge attitudes, perceptions and experiences with a variety of social determinants of health issues.

This month’s survey focuses on familiarity with social determinants of health (SDoH) terms, prioritizing SDoH as well as how individuals are experiencing SDoH issues since before COVID-19.

Alex Lewin Zwerdling

Each month, The Root Cause Coalition conducts a public insights survey to gauge attitudes, perceptions and experiences with a variety of social determinants of health issues.

This month’s survey focuses on individual tradeoffs and challenges people face in the wake of rising costs.

Alex Lewin Zwerdling

Despite a Majority Recognizing the Impact of a Home on One’s Health, One in Three Say They Never Think About It

Released today, a survey conducted by The Root Cause Coalition, in collaboration with the Hayward Institute, underscores a significant need for both education and resources regarding healthy home environments.

Alex Lewin Zwerdling

The Root Cause Coalition's latest research underscores gaps in understanding about maternal health.

This research underscores not only a need for increased education and awareness on maternal health issues and their impact on all of us, but moreover increased, meaningful action by all who are in a position of authority and influence to help bring about improved access, complete equity and better health outcomes for all women in our nation

Alex Lewin Zwerdling

April 2022 - Health Research Webinar

A webinar detailing the results focused on public perception of gun violence.

Hannah Miller

The Root Cause Coalition, in Collaboration with Acenda Integrated Health, Underscores the Significance of Safety as a Public Health Issue.

Results from a 2022 Survey detailing the significance of safety as a public health issue.

Alex Lewin Zwerdling

Fielded in January 2022, this survey highlights findings from TRCC’s latest public insights pulse survey.

Survey highlighting research to identify individual behaviors over 2021.

Alex Lewin Zwerdling

The Root Cause Coalition, in collaboration with the Children’s Hospital Association, discussed our latest public insights research in this webinar.

The Root Cause Coalition, in collaboration with the Children’s Hospital Association, discussed our latest public insights research in this webinar.

Alex Lewin Zwerdling

Recent research from The Root Cause Coalition provides insights into Americans’ concerns about their own mental health as well as their children and family member’s mental health.

Research detailing public insights into mental health.

Alex Lewin Zwerdling

January 2022 - Maternal Health and Health Disparities

Black Maternal Health Caucus co-founder Representative Underwood shares her experience working on maternal health disparities.

Alex Lewin Zwerdling

Throughout 2021, The Root Cause Coalition (TRCC) conducted a series of national surveys to explore Trends, Attitudes and Perspectives (TAP) about health equity and related issues.

These monthly pulse surveys test attitudes and perceptions regarding specific aspects of health equity including hunger, poverty, technology, climate change, and how COVID-19 continues to affect individual and public health.

Alex Lewin Zwerdling

The Root Cause Coalition’s Latest Public Insights Research Underscores Americans Appetite to Prioritize Climate as a Priority Policy Issue

Recent research from The Root Cause Coalition provides insights into how Americans think about and consider climate change, severe weather and its connection to individual and public health.

Alex Lewin Zwerdling

This month’s public insights survey is The Root Cause Coalition (TRCC)’s continued effort to identify individual perceptions, attitudes, knowledge and behaviors related to health equity and social determinants of health

Consumer Insights into research on how individuals engage with technology to meet their basic needs.

Alex Lewin Zwerdling

The Root Cause Coalition’s Latest Public Insights Research Assesses Knowledge and Attitudes about Social Determinants of Health

Recent research from The Root Cause Coalition provides insights into how Americans think about and consider factors that impact one’s health

Alex Lewin Zwerdling

this highlights the efforts of the Food Allergy Research & Education

Access the full report at the link below.

Alex Lewin Zwerdling

Research conducted by The Root Cause Coalition shows broad support for this country’s nutrition assistance programs

While many Americans are worried about themselves or others having enough to eat, the public also wants policymakers to make hunger a priority. Research released today by The Root Cause Coalition underscores the importance of nutrition assistance programs, the magnitude of hunger in America and that hunger itself can take on different meanings among individuals and families.

Alex Lewin Zwerdling

When it comes to our habits during COVID-19 – and whether those habits will stick after the pandemic - it turns out that one’s age can tell us quite a bit

Today’s findings provide unique insights into American’s shopping habits, doctors’ visits and remote work status throughout the pandemic.

Alex Lewin Zwerdling

Research to explore consumer sentiment, behavior and attitudes around COVID-19

TRCC's webinar discusses the findings on this research.

Alex Lewin Zwerdling

Today’s research, released by The Root Cause Coalition, marks a continued effort by the organization to identify and understand consumer attitudes, perceptions and behaviors related to Social Determinants of Health and health equity.

The findings discussed below underscore challenges faced by so many Americans during COVID-19.

Alex Lewin Zwerdling

A synopsis of CommonSpirit Health’s innovative efforts to address health inequities exacerbated by Covid-19

This brief is part of a series that highlights TRCC members’ initiatives, programs and policies throughout the pandemic.

Anna Megel

An effort to address health inequities exacerbated by Covid-19

This brief is part of a series that highlights TRCC members’ initiatives, programs and policies throughout the pandemic.

Anna Megel

Americans Significantly Impacted by Underlying Social Determinants of Health

Research released today by The Root Cause Coalition highlights knowledge gaps and attitudes about health equity and social determinants that impact Americans.

Alex Lewin Zwerdling

Visit the research findings below

Research released by The Root Cause Coalition highlights the public’s understanding, attitudes and behaviors related to health equity and social determinants of health.

Alex Lewin Zwerdling

Highlighting stories of community outreach during the pandemic.

This brief highlights the stories of five TRCC member organizations and how they have responded to the needs of their communities during the pandemic

Anna Megel

An accelerated response brief to address SDoH.

This brief is part of a series that highlights TRCC members’ initiatives, programs and policies throughout the pandemic.

Alex Lewin Zwerdling

An enterprising examination of the underlying socioeconomic factors that influence health and well-being

The 2020 Status of Health Equity Report captures the progress – as well as gaps – in addressing health disparities.

Alex Lewin Zwerdling
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