Studying and Addressing Urban Immigrant Restaurant Worker Health and Safety in San Francisco’s Chinatown District: A CBPR Case Study

@article{Chang2013StudyingAA,
  title={Studying and Addressing Urban Immigrant Restaurant Worker Health and Safety in San Francisco’s Chinatown District: A CBPR Case Study},
  author={Charlotte Chang and Meredith Minkler and Alicia L Salvatore and Pamela Lee and Megan Gaydos and Shaw San Liu},
  journal={Journal of Urban Health},
  year={2013},
  volume={90},
  pages={1026-1040}
}
With its emphasis on empowerment, individual and community capacity building, and translating research findings into action, community-based participatory research (CBPR) may be particularly advantageous in work with urban immigrant populations. This paper highlights eight ways in which CBPR has been shown to add value to work with urban underserved communities. It then describes the background, context, and methods of an ecological CBPR project, the Chinatown Restaurant Worker Health and… CONTINUE READING
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