Pennsylvania Refugee and Immigrant Health Needs Assessment are Being Conducted

The Penn State College of Medicine and the Pennsylvania Refugee Health Promotion Program are working to conduct the state’s first Refugee/Immigrant Health Needs Assessment. The goal is to work with resettled Nepali-speaking Bhutanese, Congolese, and Syrian communities to assess their perceived healthcare needs. Survey participants must identify with one of the aforementioned communities and be 18 years or older to participate. The goal is to collect data from around 150 participants from each community. Each participant who completes the survey will receive a $10 gift card via email to thank them for their time. The survey can be found here. For more information, contact Chandat Phan, President of the Global Health Interest Group, Penn State College of Medicine.