Research questions were organized in five CHANGE sectors: community at large, school, healthcare, community organizations/institution, and work sectors.
The ArcGIS survey system was used to collect household-based data for quantitative analysis.
- survey consists of closed ended questions to collect objective and quantitative data
- data was collected from DR residence ranging from 18-65 years old (resided in DR for at least 1 year)
- informed verbal consent addresses confidentiality, contact information and agreement to participate before taking the ArcGIS survey
- data includes questions based on the study’s five public health priorities that deal with individual and community assets, selected community risk factors, and history of disease within the household
- upon return from the DR at the end of March the data generated, in combination of qualitative data collected and through triangulation, will be analyzed and used to develop a CHA and a CHIP
From the data collected reports will be drawn up based on proportion of certain responses to the GIS survey. The proposed poster will present a preliminary analysis of descriptive survey data by using frequency measures to map individual and community assets, selected community risk factors, and history of disease within Las Malvinas Households. This preliminary analysis intend to explore the relationship between risk and protective (assets) factors with the reported frequency of disease by utilizing geographic information through GIS. The CHIP will be proposed to UNIBE coalition of community organizations to guide further efforts to improve Las Malvinas resident’s health and well-being.