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Applied Population Health Approaches for Asian American Communities

Kwon, Simona C. / Trinh-Shevrin, Chau / Islam, Nadia S. / Yi, Stella S. (Herausgeber)

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2. Auflage Januar 2023
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An insightful text exploring health disparities in Asian American populations

In the newly revised Second Edition of Applied Population Health Approaches for Asian American Communities, a team of distinguished public health experts delivers a groundbreaking resource providing an in-depth examination of the soical, political, economic, and cultural forces shaping Asian American health today.

Integrating up-to-date applied public health research for assessing health interventions and programs relevant to Asian American communities and other groups that have been historically marginalized, this book highlights the different frameworks, research designs, and other methodological considerations for reaching Asian American and other ethnic communities.

In the latest edition of the book, readers will find contextual explorations of the Asian American population in the United States, as well as discussions of the measurement of health and risk across the lifespan in Asian American groups. It also includes:
* New and updated case studies showcasing the application of different frameworks and research designs
* Methodological considerations for reaching Asian American and other vulnerable and underserved communities
* Examples of successful implementations of community engagement and community-based participatory research.

A valuable resource for all levels of health professionals, practitioners, and community advocates, Applied Population Health Approaches for Asian American Communities remains the leading reference for anyone conducting or studying health disparities in Asian American communities or other groups that have been marginalized.

Figures and Tables viii

Foreword: You Don't Count If You Are Not Counted x
Marjorie Kagawa-Singer

The Editors xii

The Contributors xiv

Acknowledgments xxvii

About the Companion Website xxviii

Part One: Context

One: The Asian American Population In The United States 3
Winston Tseng, Lan N. ?oàn

Two: Health Framework For Understanding The Health And Health Disparities Of Asian American Populations 33
Chau Trinh-Shevrin, Rachel Sacks, Simona C. Kwon, Matthew Lee, Deborah K. Min, Nadia S. Islam

Three: The Health Of Asian American Communities 47
Simona C. Kwon, Chau Trinh-Shevrin, Yousra Yusuf, Deborah K. Min, Rachel Sacks

Part Two: Measures

Four: Overview Of Methodologies Used To Generate Meaningful Data For Asian American Populations 69
Riti Shimkhada, Ninez A. Ponce

Five: Developing Research Interventions In Asian American Settings 85
Shahmir H. Ali, Nadia S. Islam

Part Three: Approaches

Six: Integrating Systems Science With Community-Partnered Research To Serve Asian American Communities 109
Stella S. Yi, Matthew Lee, Yan Li, Rienna G. Russo, Sara S. Metcalf

Seven: Participatory Dissemination And Implementation Research In Community Settings 121
Matthew Lee, Simona C. Kwon

Eight: Community Engagement And Community-Based Participatory Research Approaches 133
Perla Chebli, Simona C. Kwon

Nine: Clinical-Community Linkage Strategies 151
Hae-Ra Han

Ten: Multilevel And Multisector Approaches To Health 163
Marguerite J. Ro, Nadine L. Chan

Part Four: Underrepresented Groups

Eleven: Aging, Older Adults 179
Tina R. Sadarangani, Sarah M. Miner, Larissa R. Burka

Twelve: Multiple Marginalization Among Asian American Populations 191
Sahnah Lim, John J. Chin, Christina Y. Lee

Part Five: Policy

Thirteen: Federal Landscape For Health Research 205
Lan N. ?oàn, Chandak Ghosh, Kathy Ko Chin, Juliet K. Choi

Afterword: Where to Next? 227
Shobha Srinivasan, Rina Das

Appendix: Case Studies

Case 1: Reach Far: Culturally Adapted, Evidence-Based Hypertension Control Programs Among Asian Americans In New York And New Jersey 231
Deborah K. Min

Case 2: An Integrative Data Approach To Study Lung Cancer Among Aa And Nh/Pi Females 237
Scarlett Lin Gomez, Iona Cheng, Mindy C. DeRouen

Case 3: Using Data To Define And Explore Health Status In Asian American Ethnic Enclaves In New York City 241
Sungwoo Lim, Liza King

Case 4: The Dream Initiative: An Iterative Approach To Addressing South Asian Health Needs In New York City 245
Sadia Mohaimin, Jennifer Zanowiak, Shahmir H. Ali, Shinu Mammen, MD Taher, Gulnahar Alam, MD Jalal Uddin, Sidra Zafar, Sabiha Sultana, Nadia S. Islam

Case 5: Alzheimer's Disease/Alzheimer's Disease-Related Dementias 255
Jennifer A. Wong

Case 6: Manhattan Detention Center 261
Yi-Ling Tan

Case 7: Forging Partnerships 263
Lan N. ?oàn, Stella S. Yi, Jennifer A. Wong, Matthew K. Chin, Simona C. Kwon

Case 8: Hope Clinic: Houston's Medical Home For Asian Americans 269
Andrea Caracostis

Case 9: The Chinatown-International District Of Seattle/King County 273
Marguerite J. Ro, Nadine L. Chan

Case 10: Path For Women: Improving Access To Breast And Cervical Cancer Screening For Thai Women In Los Angeles 277
Mary Anne Foo

Case 11: Partnering With Older Adult Refugees For Better Home Health Care Delivery 281
Tina R. Sadarangani, Sarah M. Miner, Larissa R. Burka

Case 12: India Home 285
Selvia Sikder, Shaaranya Pillai

Case 13: Asian Immigrant Women Engaging In Sex Work In Massage Parlors 289
John J. Chin, Lois M. Takahashi

Index 293
Simona C. Kwon, DrPH, MPH, is Associate Professor and Vice Chair for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in the Department of Population Health at the NYU Grossman School of Medicine.

Chau Trinh-Shevrin, DrPH, is Professor in the Departments of Population Health and Medicine, Vice Chair for Research, and Director of the Section for Health Equity at the NYU Grossman School of Medicine.

Nadia S. Islam, PhD, is Associate Professor in the Department of Population Health and Associate Director of the Institute for Excellence in Health Equity at the NYU Grossman School of Medicine.

Stella S. Yi, PhD, MPH, is Associate Professor in the Department of Population Health and Director of Applied Research and Evaluation in the Section for Health Equity at the NYU Grossman School of Medicine.

S. C. Kwon, NYU Grossman School of Medicine; C. Trinh-Shevrin, NYU Grossman School of Medicine; N. S. Islam, NYU Grossman School of Medicine; S. S. Yi, NYU Grossman School of Medicine