PowerPoint Presentation - Cultural Health Beliefs Study Report

_This research is the first study to compare health behaviors andcultural health beliefs across Chinese, Korean- andLatina BCS.
_The diverse sample provides a unique opportunity to beginexploration health behaviors and health beliefissues.
_Results suggest that cultural context must be considered whenunderstanding health behaviors among BCS.
New data is providing greater evidence about the impact of healthy behaviors on survivorship outcomes
KA were the least acculturated, more likely to report health behavior changes, and reported the greatest satisfaction with the doctor-patient relationship.
MA were the most acculturated, least likely to report health behavior changes
Lower acculturation level and better-patient-doctor relationship for Korean-Americans may be related to sample characteristics including immigration history, language, and SES.