California Tribal Behavioral Risk Factor Community Survey Summary Report

The California Tribal Epidemiology Center has just released the California Tribal Behavioral Risk Factor Community Survey (CTBRFCS) Summary Report. 

This is a tribally adapted version of the BRFSS.  There were a total of 973 respondents.  This is the largest sampling of AI/AN adults in California for a health survey.  This is full of data that can be given to CDC consultation.  It includes data on traditional and commercial tobacco use and cancer screening as well as physical activity and health eating.  The CTBRFCS Summary Report can be found at:


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