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CAM Race/Ethnicity
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Construct Name: CAM Race/Ethnicity
Definition of Construct: AC3:
One item on participants’ identification as Hispanic/Latino, with response as yes or no [CAP3] (adapted from BRFSS 2011).

One item on participants’ race, with responses of White, Black or African American, Asian, Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander, American Indian or Alaska Native and other; subquestion for clarification of participants’ ethnicity with Black or African American answer, with 5 responses of African-American of American origin, African-American of African origin, African-American of Caribbean origin, African or Caribbean [CAP3] (adapted from SCCS).

One item on participants’ ethnicity, with responses of Indo Trinidadian, Afro Trinidadian, Mixed, Chinese, Syrian or other [Cancer Patient Quality of Life Survey Trinidad Tobago] (adapted from XXXX).

One item on participants’ race/ethnic background, with 11 responses of Black, East Indian, Chinese, White (Middle Eastern), White (not Middle Eastern), other Asian, Pacific Islander, American Indian/Alaskan Native, Mixed (2 African descent grandparents), Mixed (1 African descent grandparent) or other [Tobago Prostate Survey] (adapted from XXXX).

1. Black Ethnicity (NA | SA | European | African | Caribbean)
2. Race
3. Hispanic ethnicity

Asking patients to refer/identify with both parents' ethnicity (cultures vary from country to country)
1. Senegal (Wolof, Sereer, Pulaar, Mandingues, Diolas, Soninke, Other)
2. South Africa (Black African, White, Coloured/mixed, Asian/Indian, Other)
3. Nigeria (Yoruba, Igbo, Hausa, Ibo, Fulani, Other)
4. Ghana (Akan, Ga-Dangme, Ewe, Guan, Gurma, Mole-Dagbani, Grusi, Mande, Other)
Related Content Area(s):
  • Anthropometrics
  • Cancer
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(Last Updated: 8/26/2016 2:53:56 PM by Karli Kibby)


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