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Authors examine the demographic, socioeconomic, and health characteristics of Asian non-citizen LGBT immigrants. Authors focused on noncitizens, including both those who are authorized to be in the United States and those who are unauthorized, because they are a group at heightened vulnerability to low socioeconomic status and poor health.
External Publication
Authors examine the demographic, socioeconomic, and health characteristics of Asian non-citizen LGBT immigrants. Authors focused on noncitizens, including both those who are authorized to be in the United States and those who are unauthorized, because they are a group at heightened vulnerability to low socioeconomic status and poor health.
Policy Brief
Latino and Asian immigrants represent the two largest immigrant populations in California, yet little is known about firearm ownership and storage practices among individuals in these groups. This policy brief explores firearm ownership and storage practices among Latino and Asian adults in California using the 2021 California Health Interview Survey (CHIS).
Policy Brief
Latino and Asian immigrants represent the two largest immigrant populations in California, yet little is known about firearm ownership and storage practices among individuals in these groups. This policy brief explores firearm ownership and storage practices among Latino and Asian adults in California using the 2021 California Health Interview Survey (CHIS).
Journal Article
This study describes a computer-mediated peer support program that centers around sharing circles: spaces for personal, narrative storytelling to encourage home care workers (HCWs) to collaboratively reflect on their home care experiences and build rapport with their peers. Authors describe program design and a 12-week deployment to evaluate the program with 42 HCWs in New York City. 
Journal Article
This study describes a computer-mediated peer support program that centers around sharing circles: spaces for personal, narrative storytelling to encourage home care workers (HCWs) to collaboratively reflect on their home care experiences and build rapport with their peers. Authors describe program design and a 12-week deployment to evaluate the program with 42 HCWs in New York City. 
Journal Article
Researchers determine whether patient-surgeon gender concordance is associated with mortality of patients after surgery in the United States. Study participants were 100% Medicare fee-for-service beneficiaries aged 65 to 99 years who had one of 14 major elective or non-elective (emergent or urgent) surgeries in 2016 to 2019.
Journal Article
Researchers determine whether patient-surgeon gender concordance is associated with mortality of patients after surgery in the United States. Study participants were 100% Medicare fee-for-service beneficiaries aged 65 to 99 years who had one of 14 major elective or non-elective (emergent or urgent) surgeries in 2016 to 2019.
External Publication
The authors argue that the mental health of children represents one of the most important areas for investments that we can make as a society. They explain how and why we are currently failing to make the best investments in this area; outline opportunities to improve how we address children's mental health through policies, programs, and practices; and recommend how practitioners, child-serving organizations, policymakers, and other stakeholders can promote such investments.
External Publication
The authors argue that the mental health of children represents one of the most important areas for investments that we can make as a society. They explain how and why we are currently failing to make the best investments in this area; outline opportunities to improve how we address children's mental health through policies, programs, and practices; and recommend how practitioners, child-serving organizations, policymakers, and other stakeholders can promote such investments.
Journal Article
Researchers assess trends in food insecurity between 2005 and 2017 — a period including the Great Recession — by participation in the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children (WIC).
Journal Article
Researchers assess trends in food insecurity between 2005 and 2017 — a period including the Great Recession — by participation in the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children (WIC).
Journal Article
The relation between obesity and asthma in Asian American (AsA) ethnic groups remains unclear. Authors evaluate asthma prevalence and the relation of obesity to asthma risk among children in seven AsA ethnic groups. Authors evaluate asthma prevalence and the relation of obesity to asthma risk among children in 7 AsA ethnic groups. Researchers analyzed California Health Interview Survey (CHIS) data from 2011 to 2020.
Journal Article
The relation between obesity and asthma in Asian American (AsA) ethnic groups remains unclear. Authors evaluate asthma prevalence and the relation of obesity to asthma risk among children in seven AsA ethnic groups. Authors evaluate asthma prevalence and the relation of obesity to asthma risk among children in 7 AsA ethnic groups. Researchers analyzed California Health Interview Survey (CHIS) data from 2011 to 2020.
Journal Article
This special section of the American Journal of Public Health furthers the discourse on how we can build more equitable public health data and data systems. The approaches entail creating better data content, processes, and infrastructures. Public health data should include elements for identifying health inequities and tracking our progress toward greater health equity locally and nationally.
Journal Article
This special section of the American Journal of Public Health furthers the discourse on how we can build more equitable public health data and data systems. The approaches entail creating better data content, processes, and infrastructures. Public health data should include elements for identifying health inequities and tracking our progress toward greater health equity locally and nationally.
External Publication
Based on 2022 CHIS data, the percentage of nonelderly Californians without health insurance dropped to 6.2% in 2022, a statistically significant decline from 2021 (7.4%). The rate of nonelderly people without coverage for a year or more also reached a historic low in 2022. significant decline. However, Latino/x Californians continue to be uninsured at rates triple that of their white counterparts. Black and Asian Californians are uninsured at twice the rate of white Californians. 
External Publication
Based on 2022 CHIS data, the percentage of nonelderly Californians without health insurance dropped to 6.2% in 2022, a statistically significant decline from 2021 (7.4%). The rate of nonelderly people without coverage for a year or more also reached a historic low in 2022. significant decline. However, Latino/x Californians continue to be uninsured at rates triple that of their white counterparts. Black and Asian Californians are uninsured at twice the rate of white Californians. 
External Publication
Using data gathered from first-person accounts, this study examines the needs of transgender, nonbinary, and intersex (TGI) adults who live, work, or receive services in the City of Los Angeles. In this quality-of-life assessment, most (94.6%) focus group participants were transgender and 16.4% of participants identified as intersex. Nearly all participants were people of color, almost two-thirds were Latinx/Hispanic, and half were not born a U.S. citizen. This study uses 2015–2021 California Health Interview Survey (CHIS) data.
External Publication
Using data gathered from first-person accounts, this study examines the needs of transgender, nonbinary, and intersex (TGI) adults who live, work, or receive services in the City of Los Angeles. In this quality-of-life assessment, most (94.6%) focus group participants were transgender and 16.4% of participants identified as intersex. Nearly all participants were people of color, almost two-thirds were Latinx/Hispanic, and half were not born a U.S. citizen. This study uses 2015–2021 California Health Interview Survey (CHIS) data.