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Center for Health Equity Projects

Following is a small sampling of our projects.

The purpose of this NCI-funded study was to test the effectiveness of a culturally tailored intervention to increase Hepatitis B Screening among  Korean church attendees in Los Angeles County.

Develop tailored educational materials about breast health, breast cancer, and breast health advocacy for Deaf/Hard-of-Hearing women.

An intervention to increase intake of fruits and vegetables, decrease TV watching, increase daily physical activity for low-income, mostly immigrant Latinos.

Training of community-living promotoras to provide face-to-face health promotion lifestyle counseling to patients attending QueensCare community clinics in Los Angeles, to boost patient self-efficacy for sustaining healthful changes in diet and...

The purpose of this research, funded by the California Breast Cancer Research Program, was to understand potential barriers and facilitators of interest in genetic testing for breast cancer risk among ethnic minority women with a special focus on...

Examines school- and individual-level influences on ethnic differences in adolescent tobacco use and to examine if presence of tobacco retailers around schools influences student tobacco use.

The UCLA REACH US Center of Excellence in the Elimination of Health Disparities (CEED) focuses on dissemination activities and training to achieve sustainable change at the level of key organizations in at-risk communities, and simultaneously spark...

Through a community partnership between the UCLA Fielding School of Public Health and the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health, WORKING sought to implement organization level interventions to improve physical activity and healthy eating in...