Refereed Journal Articles
Melnikow, J., Evans, Ethan J., Xing, G., et. al. (2020). New Patient Access to Primary Care for California Medicaid Enrollees: A Simulated Patient Call Study. Annals of Family Medicine. 18(3):210-17.
Moulin, A. K., Evans, Ethan J., Xing, G., & Melnikow, J. (2018). Substance Use, Homelessness, Mental Illness and Medicaid coverage: A set-up for High Emergency Department Utilization. Western Journal of Emergency Medicine, 19(6), 902-906.
Evans, Ethan, B. McCarthy, C. Benoit, and M. Jansson. (2018) "Early Trouble, Long-term Consequences: Does Family Instability Keep People from Doctors?" Social Science Quarterly. 99(2):599-615. Retrieved from https://doi.org/10.1111/ssqu.12448.
Evans, Ethan and Caren Arbeit. (2017). “What’s the difference? Health Insurance Coverage and Care Service Access: Disparities and Varied Barriers for Immigrant Children in the U.S.” International Migration. 55(5):8-30.
Editor Reviewed Column
Evans, E.J. (2020). Post-Election: Where do we stand on health care? Health & Social Work. 45(4). Full File
Reed, S., Evans, Ethan J., Hooyman, N. (2020). "Social Work: Leading the Move Upstream to Improve the Nation’s Health." Health & Social Work. 45(2), 77–79.
(2019). “Toward a Socially Oriented Model of Health: Institutionalize Help for Patients to Overcome Particular Social Difficulties.” Health & Social Work. 44(3), 145-148.
(2019). “Health Policy in 2019: Hot Topics and a Call for Social Workers to Pursue Elected Office.” Health & Social Work. 44(2), 72-73.
(2019). “The No-Wrong-Door Approach: Antidote to Boundaries within the American Welfare State.” Health & Social Work. 44(1), 8-12.
(2018). “Get Out the Vote: Social Work and the Midterm Elections.” Health & Social Work. 43(3), 145-146.
(2018). “Happy Birthday, National Health Line: A Long History and Solid Foundation for the Future.” Health & Social Work. 43(3), 145-146.
2018. Review of Social Work Practice and Social Welfare Policy in the United States: A History by
Philip R. Popple. Spring 2018 - Part 4. https://www.sssp1.org/index.cfm/pageId/1355/m/464
2017. "Even if Obamacare is Repealed, Institutional Changes Will Persist and Lessons can be Learned." Scholars Strategy Network, Policy Briefs. May.
2013. "Unequal Access: Insurance Coverage and Immigrant Generational Status of Diverse Children." Pp. 102-27 in Health Care and Immigration: Understanding the Connections, edited by P. Fernandez-Kelley and A. Portes. New York, NY: Routledge.
Hamilton, Erin and Ethan Evans. 2012. "State Health Insurance Policy and Insuring Immigrant Children." Policy Brief: UC Davis Center for Poverty Research. Vol. 1, Number 4.
2008. “Yes we do! Blick auf die Sozialleistungen und Wohnungslosenhilfe in den USA.” Wohnungslos. BAG W – Verlag. 4:139-42.