Asian American Community Health Resources and Needs Assessment
Alternate Titles(s): CHRNA
- The Community Health Resources and Needs Assessment (CHRNA) project is a large-scale health needs assessment in diverse, low-income Asian American communities in New York City. The project uses a community-engaged and community venue-based approach to assess existing health issues, available resources, and best approaches to meet community health needs. There are currently two rounds of CHRNAs, one undertaken in 2004-2006 and the other undertaken in 2013-2016 in order to assess population changes, population health improvements, and changes in risk and protective factors in the last decade. For both rounds, approximately 100 individuals were surveyed from each Asian subgroup. Round 1 include Cambodians, Chinese, Filipinos, Japanese, Koreans, South Asians, Thai, and Vietnamese (n=1,201). Round 2 includes Arab, Asian Indian, Bangladeshi, Cambodian, Chinese, Filipino, Himalayan, Indo-Caribbean, Japanese, Korean, Pakistani, Ski Lankan, and Vietnamese (n=1,803).
- 2004 - 2016
- Geographic Coverage
New York (State) - New York City