Studying and addressing urban immigrant restaurant worker health and safety in San Francisco’s Chinatown District: A CBPR case study
This paper highlights eight ways in which CBPR has been shown to add value to work with urban underserved communities. Challenges of using CBPR, particularly with urban immigrant populations, are also discussed. The authors then describe the Chinatown Restaurant Worker Health and Safety Study, a CBPR project conducted in San Francisco, California, and draw on study processes and outcomes to illustrate each of the benefits and challenges of CBPR. Finally, the authors discuss lessons learned, through the Chinatown study and other studies, for the effective use of CBPR with urban immigrant communities.
Chang, C., Minkler, M., Salvatore, A. L., Lee, P. T., Gaydos, M., Liu, S. S. (2013). Studying and addressing urban immigrant restaurant worker health and safety in San Francisco’s Chinatown District: A CBPR case study. Journal of Urban Health. Full Text.
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