研究團隊

 

Core InvestigativeTeam

 

Janice Tsoh, PhD

Associate Adjunct Professor and Clinical Psychologist,  Department of Psychiatry, University of California, San Francisco  

Founding Executive Member, The University of California San Francisco Internet World Health Research Center (IWHRC)

Lead & Academic Principal Investigator, The Chinese Communuity Internet Stop Smoking Project

 

Angela Sun, PhD, MPH

Executive Director, Chinese Community Health Resource Center (CCHRC)

Founder & President, Asian Alliance for Health, Inc. (AAFH)

Community Principal Investigator, The Chinese Communuity Internet Stop Smoking Project

 

Ricardo Muñoz, PhD

Founding Director, The University of California San Francisco Internet World Health Research Center (IWHRC)

Professor of Psychology,  Department of Psychiatry, University of California, San Francisco 

Chief Psychologist, San Francisco General Hospital

Co-Investigator, The Chinese Communuity Internet Stop Smoking Project

 

Candice Wong, MD, MPH, PhD

Internist, University of California, San Francisco,  Institute For Health & Aging

Associate Adjunct Professor, Departments of Epidemiology & Biostatistics and Physiological Nursing, University of California, San Francisco

Co-Investigator,  The Chinese Communuity Internet Stop Smoking Project

 

 

Communtiy Task Force Members

Kavoos G. Bassiri, LMFT, CGP

President & CEO, Richmond Area Multi-Services, Inc. (RAMS)

Community Task Force Member, The Chinese Communuity Internet Stop Smoking Project

 

Carlos Serrano-Quan, MSW

Executive Director, Chinese Newcomers Service Center (CNSC)

Community Task Force Member, The Chinese Communuity Internet Stop Smoking Project

 

 

 

Affiliated Organizations 

 

The Asian Alliance for Health, Inc. (AAFH), formerly known as the Asian Alliance Against Domestic Violence (AAADV), was established in 1996 to provide violence prevention related programs to the Asian Americans. During the process of developing and conducting various successful community outreach events, research, and technology programs, it became apparent to AAADV that the community needed programs and services beyond violence prevention. AAADV expanded its efforts to include health promotion among the Asian community, thus forming the Asian Alliance for Health.  AAFH's mission is to promote a healthy and violence-free Asian community by providing culturally appropriate education programs and services, engaging in community-based participatory research, and advocating for the vulnerable through local, national and global partnerships.

 

The Chinese Community Health Resource Center (CCHRC) was established in 1989 as a private, non-profit community center by the Chinese Community Health Care Association (a physicians’ independent practice association), Chinese Community Health Plan and Chinese Hospital. CCHRC received 501(c) (3) status as an independent nonprofit organization in 2006. The Center’s mission is to build a healthy community through culturally and linguistically competent preventive health, disease management, research programs and advocacy. CCHRC’s bilingual (English/Chinese) health websitewww.cchrchealth.org received the NCQA's National Committee for Quality: Multi-Cultural HealthCare Award in 2007 and was also nominated for the Health Literacy Award by the Institute for Healthcare Advancement in 2009.  Over the years, CCHRC has been recognized as a leader and principal source of culturally competent health education programs in the San Francisco Bay Area.

 

The Chinese Newcomers Service Center (CNSC) is a non-profit organization which provides multilingual services that help Chinese Immigrants adapt to life in the United States. CNSC serves as a bridge between the two cultures, enhancing the physical, mental, social and economic well-being of immigrants, thus facilitating their efforts to become self-sufficient contributing members of the community. 

 

 

 

Richmond Area Multi-Service, Inc. (RAMS) is a private, non-profit mental health agency that is committed to advocating for and providing community based, culturally-competent, and consumer-guided comprehensive services, with an emphasis on serving Asian & Pacific Islander Americans. Founded in San Francisco's Richmond District in 1974, RAMS offers comprehensive services that aim to meet the behavioral health, social, vocational, and educational needs of the diverse community of the San Francisco Area with special focus on the Asian & Pacific Islander American and Russian-speaking populations.

 

The University of California San Francisco Internet World Health Research Center (UCSF-IWHRC) was founded by the Latino Mental Health Research Program (LMHRP) at San Francisco General Hospital (SFGH) in 2004. The mission of IWHRC is to contribute to UCSF’s mission of  “advancing health worldwideTM” by developing and testing Internet interventions to reduce global health disparities. The first health problem targeted is smoking, and the first two languages are Spanish and English.  The 2004-2008 TRDRP grant “Internet Health Research Center: Smoking, Latinos, & the Web” supported the creation of the Website and a worldwide smoking cessation randomized control trial.

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