Children’s HealthWatch publishes its research findings in three formats:

Peer-Reviewed Articles

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.

Policy Reports

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.

Policy Action Briefs

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.

Food Insecurity and Hunger in the U.S.: New Research

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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