Diana Hernández
Diana Hernández
Associate Professor of Sociomedical Sciences, Columbia University, Mailman School of Public Health
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Housing as a determinant of health equity: A conceptual model
CB Swope, D Hernández
Social Science & Medicine 243, 112571, 2019
Policy options for the split incentive: Increasing energy efficiency for low-income renters
S Bird, D Hernández
Energy policy 48, 506-514, 2012
Understanding ‘energy insecurity’and why it matters to health
D Hernández
Social science & medicine 167, 1-10, 2016
Energy, poverty, and health in climate change: a comprehensive review of an emerging literature
S Jessel, S Sawyer, D Hernández
Frontiers in public health 7, 470168, 2019
Energy burden and the need for integrated low‐income housing and energy policy
D Hernández, S Bird
Poverty & public policy 2 (4), 5-25, 2010
Sacrifice along the energy continuum: a call for energy justice
D Hernández
Environmental Justice 8 (4), 151-156, 2015
The relationship of historical redlining with present-day neighborhood environmental and health outcomes: a scoping review and conceptual model
CB Swope, D Hernández, LJ Cushing
Journal of Urban Health 99 (6), 959-983, 2022
Towards impactful energy justice research: Transforming the power of academic engagement
KEH Jenkins, JC Stephens, TG Reames, D Hernández
Energy Research & Social Science 67, 101510, 2020
Energy Insecurity: A Framework for Understanding Energy, the Built Environment, and Health Among Vulnerable Populations in the Context of Climate Change
D Hernández
American Journal of Public Health 103 (4), e32-e34, 2013
Energy efficiency as energy justice: addressing racial inequities through investments in people and places
J Lewis, D Hernández, AT Geronimus
Energy efficiency 13, 419-432, 2020
Energy insecurity and its ill health effects: a community perspective on the energy-health nexus in New York City
D Hernández, E Siegel
Energy research & social science 47, 78-83, 2019
Housing hardship and energy insecurity among native-born and immigrant low-income families with children in the United States
D Hernández, Y Jiang, D Carrión, D Phillips, Y Aratani
Journal of Children and Poverty 22 (2), 77-92, 2016
Power outages and community health: a narrative review
JA Casey, M Fukurai, D Hernández, S Balsari, MV Kiang
Current environmental health reports 7, 371-383, 2020
Benefit or burden? Perceptions of energy efficiency efforts among low-income housing residents in New York City
D Hernández, D Phillips
Energy research & social science 8, 52-59, 2015
Affording Housing at the Expense of Health: Exploring the Housing and Neighborhood Strategies of Poor Families
D Hernández
Journal of Family Issues, 2014
Exploring the housing and household energy pathways to stress: a mixed methods study
D Hernández, D Phillips, EL Siegel
International journal of environmental research and public health 13 (9), 916, 2016
Housing as a platform for health and equity: evidence and future directions
D Hernández, CB Swope
American journal of public health 109 (10), 1363-1366, 2019
Public housing on the periphery: Vulnerable residents and depleted resilience reserves post-Hurricane Sandy
D Hernández, D Chang, C Hutchinson, E Hill, A Almonte, R Burns, ...
Journal of urban health 95, 703-715, 2018
“I'm gonna call my lawyer:” Shifting Legal Consciousness at the Intersection of Inequality
D Hernández
Studies in Law, Politics, and Society 51, 95-121, 2010
Energy Insecurity Among Families with Children
D Hernández, Y Aratani, Y Jiang
National Center for Children in Poverty, 2014
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