Adapting health promotion interventions for ethnic minority groups: a qualitative study.

  title={Adapting health promotion interventions for ethnic minority groups: a qualitative study.},
  author={Jing Liu and Emma M Davidson and Raj S Bhopal and Martin White and Mark R. D. Johnson and Gina Netto and Aziz Sheikh},
  journal={Health promotion international},
  volume={31 2},
Adaptation of health interventions has garnered international support across academic disciplines and among various health organizations. Through semi-structured interviews, we sought to explore and understand the perspectives of 26 health researchers and promoters located in the USA, UK, Australia, New Zealand and Norway, working with ethnic minority populations, specifically African-, South Asian- and Chinese-origin populations in the areas of smoking cessation, increasing physical activity… CONTINUE READING
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