The Asian American Research Center on Health (ARCH) includes prominent
Happy Lunar New Year!
For healthy weight charts in different Asian languages, click here.
We are continuing to refine the Asian BMI calculator http://asianarch.org/bmi/calc/BMICalculator.html and healthy weight chart in multiple Asian languages http://asianarch.org/resources.html . Please disseminate to clinicians and community members and send us feedback!
We are soliciting applications to create and/or disseminate health information to Asian Americans in the San Francisco Bay Area. Successful applicants will receive up to $2500 to create materials and/or conduct health promotion activities. The application deadline is 3/15/16 at 5pm. For more information and the application, please email to email@example.com or call Mr. Hy Lam at 415-476-0557. Click here for application word document.
1. Quality Improvement at CPHC
“Quality Improvement Efforts at Chinatown Public Health Center” by Ben Lui, MD, MPH
Last ARCH's Quarterly Meeting
1. Cancer Self-Mangement for Patients with Limited English Proficiency
2. Coping & breastcancer
3. Development and Pilot-Test of a Culturally Tailored Hypertension
4. Puffing to E-Cigarette Use
5. Rebanal_Asian American Health Roundtable
- Congratulations to Yoshimi Fukuoka on the awarding of a NIH K24 Midcareer Investigator Award in Patient-Oriented Research.
- Congratulations to Tung Nguyen on his selection as an UCSF Dean’s Diversity Leader to lead institutional efforts to increase the diversity of discovery topics, clinical research and the scientific workforce to provide better insights into the health and health care needs of an increasingly diverse population.
- Congratulations to Alka Kanaya’s MASALA study which was highlighted in a recent New York Times article about heart disease among South Asians: http://www.nytimes.com/2015/11/29/opinion/sunday/the-heart-disease-conundrum.html?_r=0
Congratulations to ARCH investigators for their recent publications and presentations!
- Bang Nguyen, Tung Nguyen, Stephen McPhee and others report on the effectiveness of a lay health worker intervention to increase colorectal cancer screening among Vietnamese Americans in a randomized controlled trial in the American Journal of Public Health.
- Tung Nguyen was a co-author on a report of the efficacy of a church-based small group intervention to promote hepatitis B screening in a cluster randomized controlled trial led by UCLA investigators and published in Cancer, Epidemiology, Biomarkers, and Prevention.
- Maria Chao and co-authors published “Improving Patient-Centered Care: A Cross-Sectional Survey of Prior Use and Interest in Complementary and Integrative Health Approaches Among Hospitalized Oncology Patients” in the Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine.
- Asian Pacific Partners for Empowerment, Advocacy and Leadership (APPEAL) and collaborators report on a national Asian-language Smokers’ Quitline from 2012-2014.
- Mandana Khalili and collaborators published a manuscript in Hepatology reporting on factors predictive of diabetes and impaired fasting glucose in a large hepatitis B virus infected multiethnic cohort.
- Scarlett Lin Gomez, Irene Yen and co-authors published “The impact of neighborhood social and built environment factors across the cancer continuum: Current research, methodological considerations, and future direction” in Cancer.
- Celia Kaplan, Tung Nguyen and colleagues published “Knowledge and attitudes regards clinical trials and willingness to participate among prostate cancer patients” in Contemporary Clinical Trials.
- Irene Yen, Alka Kanaya and co-authors published “Neighborhood Walkability and Walking for Transport among South Asians in the MASALA Study” in Journal of Physical Activity and Health.
- Alka Kanaya and collaborators published “Neighborhood Social Cohesion and Prevalence of Hypertension and Diabetes in a South Asian Population” in the Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health.
Click on the link here for Abstract Highlights.
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