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2008 qualitative report : public health messages from Utah's racial and ethnic minority populations (October 7, 2008)

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University of Utah Department of Family and Preventive Medicine Public Health Programs

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The 2008 Qualitative Report summarizes the results of 17 community discussions with 180 members of four Utah racial and ethnic minority communities: African Americans, Asian Americans, Hispanic and Latino populations and representatives of Samoa, Tonga and other Pacific Island nations. These discussions were held to identify community needs, challenges and opportunities related to seven health topics: Access to Health Services, Asthma, Heart Disease and Stroke, HIV Prevention, Immunizations, Reproductive Health and Tobacco Prevention.
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Utah. Center for Multicultural HealthUtah. Department of Health
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