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Infographic
This infographic utilizes 2021–2022 pooled data from the CHIS to illustrate risks and perceptions regarding gun violence among LGBT populations.
Infographic
This infographic utilizes 2021–2022 pooled data from the CHIS to illustrate risks and perceptions regarding gun violence among LGBT populations.
External Publication
This report shows that people of color face barriers in accessing health care, often receive suboptimal treatment, and are most likely to experience poor outcomes in the health care system. This study uses 2021 CHIS data.
External Publication
This report shows that people of color face barriers in accessing health care, often receive suboptimal treatment, and are most likely to experience poor outcomes in the health care system. This study uses 2021 CHIS data.
Policy Research Report
In this report, the UCLA Center for Health Policy Research provides information from their evaluation of the 2023 Parks After Dark (PAD) program in Los Angeles County. PAD is a Los Angeles County initiative led by the Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR) in partnership with other County departments and community-based organizations.
Policy Research Report
In this report, the UCLA Center for Health Policy Research provides information from their evaluation of the 2023 Parks After Dark (PAD) program in Los Angeles County. PAD is a Los Angeles County initiative led by the Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR) in partnership with other County departments and community-based organizations.
Policy Brief
In this infographic brief, the UCLA Center for Health Policy Research summarizes information from their evaluation of the 2022 Parks After Dark (PAD) program in Los Angeles County. PAD is a county initiative led by the Department of Parks and Recreation in partnership with other county departments and community-based organizations.
Policy Brief
In this infographic brief, the UCLA Center for Health Policy Research summarizes information from their evaluation of the 2022 Parks After Dark (PAD) program in Los Angeles County. PAD is a county initiative led by the Department of Parks and Recreation in partnership with other county departments and community-based organizations.
Fact Sheet
The data presented in these fact sheets highlight strengths and assets and some of the barriers that Asian American children, youth, and families face in California that impact their health and well-being, as well as community-defined protective factors that help address and mitigate inequities.
Fact Sheet
The data presented in these fact sheets highlight strengths and assets and some of the barriers that Asian American children, youth, and families face in California that impact their health and well-being, as well as community-defined protective factors that help address and mitigate inequities.
Fact Sheet
The data presented in this fact sheet highlight strengths and assets and some of the barriers that Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander (NHPI) children, youth, and families face in California that shape their health and well-being, as well as community-defined protective factors that help address and mitigate inequities.
Fact Sheet
The data presented in this fact sheet highlight strengths and assets and some of the barriers that Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander (NHPI) children, youth, and families face in California that shape their health and well-being, as well as community-defined protective factors that help address and mitigate inequities.
Policy Brief
This study uses data from the 2022 CHIS to analyze the distribution of adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) and positive childhood experiences (PCEs) and their relationship to mental health issues such as serious psychological distress (SPD) and to perceived need and unmet need for mental health care among California adults.
Policy Brief
This study uses data from the 2022 CHIS to analyze the distribution of adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) and positive childhood experiences (PCEs) and their relationship to mental health issues such as serious psychological distress (SPD) and to perceived need and unmet need for mental health care among California adults.
Journal Article
Authors examined differences in telehealth access and experience between patients with limited English proficiency (LEP) and patients with English proficiency (EP) in California using 2021 adult data from California Health Interview Survey (CHIS), which is conducted in 6 languages.
Journal Article
Authors examined differences in telehealth access and experience between patients with limited English proficiency (LEP) and patients with English proficiency (EP) in California using 2021 adult data from California Health Interview Survey (CHIS), which is conducted in 6 languages.
Journal Article
This article highlights the underrepresentation of Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander (AANHPI) individuals in health research due to insufficient data disaggregation and limited inclusion in electronic health record (EHR) systems.
Journal Article
This article highlights the underrepresentation of Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander (AANHPI) individuals in health research due to insufficient data disaggregation and limited inclusion in electronic health record (EHR) systems.
Policy Brief
Suicide is a leading cause of death among adolescents ages 15–17 and young adults ages 18–24, collectively referred to as youth. In this policy brief, authors use pooled 2021 and 2022 California Health Interview Survey to report population-level estimates for associations between firearm proximity and psychological distress as well as lifetime history of suicide ideation and suicide attempts of California youth.
Policy Brief
Suicide is a leading cause of death among adolescents ages 15–17 and young adults ages 18–24, collectively referred to as youth. In this policy brief, authors use pooled 2021 and 2022 California Health Interview Survey to report population-level estimates for associations between firearm proximity and psychological distress as well as lifetime history of suicide ideation and suicide attempts of California youth.