There has not been a great deal of academic research on student-run clinics – which we would like to change – but following is a short bibliography:
- Buchanan D, Witlen R. Balancing Service and Education: Ethical Management of Student-run Clinics. Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved 2006; 17(3): 477-85.
- Cohen J. Eight Steps for Starting a Student-Run Clinic. Journal of the American Medical Association 1995; 273 (5): 434-5.
- Collins AC. The Hahnemann Homeless Clinics Project: Taking Health Care to the Streets and Shelters. Journal of the American Medical Association 1995; 273 (5): 433.
- Davenport BA. Witnessing and the Medical Gaze: How Medical Students Learn to See at a Free Clinic for the Homeless. Medical Anthropology Quarterly 2000; 14(3): 310-27.
- Poulsen EJ. Student-Run Clinics: A Double Opportunity. Journal of the American Medical Association 1995; 273 (5): 430.
- Pi R. The Asian Clinic at UC Davis: Serving a Minority Population for Two Decades. Journal of the American Medical Association 1995; 273 (5): 432.
- Simpson SA, Long JA. Medical Student-Run Health Clinics: Important Contributors to Patient Care and Medical Education. Journal of General Internal Medicine 2007; 22(3): 352-6.
- Steinbach A, Swartzeberg J, Carbone V. The Berkeley Suitcase Clinic: Homeless Services by Undergraduate and Medical Student Teams. Academic Medicine 2001; 76 (5): 524.
- Yap OWS, Thornton DJ. The Arbor Free Clinic at Stanford: A Multidisciplinary Effort. Journal of the American medical Association 1995: 273(5): 431.