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The purpose of this study is to bring our expertise with community-engaged research to the clinical setting through the Health Equity Section (HES) in order to eliminate cancer screening health disparities among patients with limited english proficiency (LEP) in a large primary care practice.
The multi-purpose of this study is to pilot test a social network-informed CBPR-derived health promotion program for feasibility outcomes with overweight or obese adults from two immigrant communities, and to assess the preliminary impact of embedding a social network-informed CBPR-derived intervention within a regional health promotion resource hub on sustainability and uptake outcomes.
The purpose of this study is to conduct a social network analysis to identify peer interventionists and to assess existing social structures that contribute to obesity-related health behaviors among Somali and Hispanic immigrants.
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