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Journal Article
This study examine how legal status and past undocumented status are associated with health care access and health outcomes. Researchers assess associations between past and current legal status and usual source of care, delayed medical care and psychological distress.
Journal Article
This study examine how legal status and past undocumented status are associated with health care access and health outcomes. Researchers assess associations between past and current legal status and usual source of care, delayed medical care and psychological distress.
Journal Article
The San Joaquin Valley (SJV) is often recognized as one of the most polluted regions in the US. Periods of pollution exposure are associated with increased health burden related to respiratory inflammation and undermined lung function, which aggravates respiratory diseases such as asthma and leads to symptoms such as coughing, wheezing, or difficulty breathing.
Journal Article
The San Joaquin Valley (SJV) is often recognized as one of the most polluted regions in the US. Periods of pollution exposure are associated with increased health burden related to respiratory inflammation and undermined lung function, which aggravates respiratory diseases such as asthma and leads to symptoms such as coughing, wheezing, or difficulty breathing.
Journal Article
Authors sought to identify worker groups with high prevalence of unmet mental health needs to inform employer benefits programs and outreach to increase access to care. They conducted a study to understand unmet mental health needs among workers since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic using CHIS data from 2013–2021.
Journal Article
Authors sought to identify worker groups with high prevalence of unmet mental health needs to inform employer benefits programs and outreach to increase access to care. They conducted a study to understand unmet mental health needs among workers since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic using CHIS data from 2013–2021.
Journal Article
Guided by the theory of stress proliferation, this study examined whether loneliness, citizenship status, and English proficiency were associated with psychological distress among older adults, and if citizenship status and English proficiency moderated these relationships.
Journal Article
Guided by the theory of stress proliferation, this study examined whether loneliness, citizenship status, and English proficiency were associated with psychological distress among older adults, and if citizenship status and English proficiency moderated these relationships.
Policy Research Report
UCLA CHPR provides analysis and findings from their evaluation of the Housing for a Healthy California (HHC) program. HHC was implemented by the California Department of Housing and Community Development (HCD) under the statutory authority of California Assembly Bill (AB) 74.
Policy Research Report
UCLA CHPR provides analysis and findings from their evaluation of the Housing for a Healthy California (HHC) program. HHC was implemented by the California Department of Housing and Community Development (HCD) under the statutory authority of California Assembly Bill (AB) 74.
Journal Article
The Latino health paradox is the phenomenon whereby recent Latino immigrants have, on average, better health outcomes on some indicators than Latino immigrants who have lived in the United States longer and U.S.-born Latinos and non-Latino whites. This study examined whether the paradox holds after accounting for health care access and utilization.
Journal Article
The Latino health paradox is the phenomenon whereby recent Latino immigrants have, on average, better health outcomes on some indicators than Latino immigrants who have lived in the United States longer and U.S.-born Latinos and non-Latino whites. This study examined whether the paradox holds after accounting for health care access and utilization.
Journal Article
This study examines the role of gender in determining health care usage among Asian Americans, with specific attention to preventive care and early intervention through doctor visits during COVID-19. Authors used retrospective data from the 2021 CHIS by selecting 3,962 Asian Americans who resided in California during the pandemic.
Journal Article
This study examines the role of gender in determining health care usage among Asian Americans, with specific attention to preventive care and early intervention through doctor visits during COVID-19. Authors used retrospective data from the 2021 CHIS by selecting 3,962 Asian Americans who resided in California during the pandemic.
Journal Article
Policy protections for transgender adults in the United States are consistently associated with positive health outcomes. However, studies over-represent non-Latinx, white transgender people and obscure variation in policies’ intended goals. This study examined racial differences in the relationship between transgender-related policies and transgender women’s self-rated health.
Journal Article
Policy protections for transgender adults in the United States are consistently associated with positive health outcomes. However, studies over-represent non-Latinx, white transgender people and obscure variation in policies’ intended goals. This study examined racial differences in the relationship between transgender-related policies and transgender women’s self-rated health.
External Publication
This policy brief analyzes the evolution of Washington’s public option and policy changes made in other states in response to initial rollout challenges and compares these with the policy goals and outcomes of Basic Health Programs (BHPs), an alternative form of coverage authorized by the Affordable Care Act.
External Publication
This policy brief analyzes the evolution of Washington’s public option and policy changes made in other states in response to initial rollout challenges and compares these with the policy goals and outcomes of Basic Health Programs (BHPs), an alternative form of coverage authorized by the Affordable Care Act.
Policy Brief
Using the 2014–2019 California Health Interview Survey (CHIS) combined adult data and existing state, county, and city tobacco control policies and neighborhood-level data on social drivers of health, this brief examines variations in local tobacco policies and their relationship with smoking behaviors, particularly among priority populations disproportionately impacted by tobacco.
Policy Brief
Using the 2014–2019 California Health Interview Survey (CHIS) combined adult data and existing state, county, and city tobacco control policies and neighborhood-level data on social drivers of health, this brief examines variations in local tobacco policies and their relationship with smoking behaviors, particularly among priority populations disproportionately impacted by tobacco.