Surveys and Measures

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    Adolescent Exit Interview Guide: K01 (Spanish version)
    (2018) Morales-Campos, Daisy
    There is a critical need to understand why there is less than optimal uptake of the HPV vaccine among Hispanic girls along the Texas-Mexico border, despite the high cervical cancer incidence and mortality rates for Hispanic women in this area. The purpose of this research was to understand the determinants for parental intentions and acceptance of HPV vaccination and factors influencing provider's intention to recommend vaccination.
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    American Identity Measure: CAPAS (Spanish version)
    (2015) Parra-Cardona, Ruben
    Latinx populations in the United States (US) continue to be seriously impacted by persistent health disparities. According to the 2018 Monitoring the Future Study, Latinx adolescents had the highest rates of use of most illicit drugs compared to other ethnic groups. When considering differential risks among Latinxs, US-born youth in low-income first-generation families are at high risk for experiencing poverty, discrimination, and barriers to access services. These adolescents can also be exposed to deleterious parent-youth cultural conflicts, which may increase their risk for behavioral problems, including the use of alcohol and other drugs. Contextual stressors also have a negative impact the quality of parenting practices of immigrant parents, with associated deleterious consequences for their adolescent children. Although parent training (PT) interventions constitute the gold standard for strengthening parenting practices that are effective protective factors in the lives of adolescents, the availability of efficacious culturally adapted PT interventions in underserved Latinx communities remains scarce throughout the US. Thus, there is an urgent need in the implementation science (IS) field to identify implementation strategies aimed at addressing service gaps affecting Latinx populations. The research aims of this R34 investigation are: (a) To implement a pilot study aimed at refining a culturally adapted version of the evidence-based intervention known as GenerationPMTO© (i.e., CAPAS-Youth), adapted for Latinx immigrant families with adolescent children, (b) to implement a randomized controlled trial, aimed at empirically testing the efficacy of the CAPAS-Youth intervention with first-generation low-income Latinx families in Travis County, (c) to measure barriers and facilitators associated with the implementation of the CAPAS-Youth prevention intervention in the target context, and (d) to measure relevant implementation outcomes to inform a future R01 effectiveness trial. Implementing efficacious prevention initiatives in faith-based organizations constitutes a key alternative to address service barriers experienced by underserved populations. We also propose that by training lay members of target communities as prevention interventionists, the sustainment of prevention programs can be greatly enhanced. This investigation has relevance as we focus on a population that remains understudied in the IS field. The investigation has high public health relevance as it is responsive to Goals 2 and 4 of NIDA’s strategic plan, aimed at “addressing health disparities experienced by populations not adequately served by existing systems of care.”
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    Adolescent Exit Interview Guide: K01
    (2018-08) Morales-Campos, Daisy
    There is a critical need to understand why there is less than optimal uptake of the HPV vaccine among Hispanic girls along the Texas-Mexico border, despite the high cervical cancer incidence and mortality rates for Hispanic women in this area. The purpose of this research was to understand the determinants for parental intentions and acceptance of HPV vaccination and factors influencing provider's intention to recommend vaccination.
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    Parent Exit Interview Questions: K01 (Spanish version)
    (2018-08) Morales-Campos, Daisy
    There is a critical need to understand why there is less than optimal uptake of the HPV vaccine among Hispanic girls along the Texas-Mexico border, despite the high cervical cancer incidence and mortality rates for Hispanic women in this area. The purpose of this research was to understand the determinants for parental intentions and acceptance of HPV vaccination and factors influencing provider's intention to recommend vaccination.
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    Demographics Form: K01 (Spanish version)
    (2018-06) Morales-Campos, Daisy
    There is a critical need to understand why there is less than optimal uptake of the HPV vaccine among Hispanic girls along the Texas-Mexico border, despite the high cervical cancer incidence and mortality rates for Hispanic women in this area. The purpose of this research was to understand the determinants for parental intentions and acceptance of HPV vaccination and factors influencing provider's intention to recommend vaccination.
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    Demographics Form: K01
    (2018-06) Morales-Campos, Daisy
    There is a critical need to understand why there is less than optimal uptake of the HPV vaccine among Hispanic girls along the Texas-Mexico border, despite the high cervical cancer incidence and mortality rates for Hispanic women in this area. The purpose of this research was to understand the determinants for parental intentions and acceptance of HPV vaccination and factors influencing provider's intention to recommend vaccination.
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    Qualitative interview guide: Understanding barriers to substance abuse treatment
    (2016) Pinedo, Miguel
    This two-year pilot study aimed to 1) to gain greater understanding of barriers to specialty substance abuse treatment among Whites, African Americans, and Latinos with lifetime substance abuse disorders; 2) to compare and contrast barriers to specialty substance abuse treatment by race/ethnicity and gender among participants with lifetime AUD; and 3) using findings from Aims 1 & 2, to develop a new quantitative scale to assess barriers to specialty substance abuse treatment.
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    Telephone interview guide: Understanding barriers to substance abuse treatment (Spanish version)
    (2016) Pinedo, Miguel
    This two-year pilot study aimed to 1) to gain greater understanding of barriers to specialty substance abuse treatment among Whites, African Americans, and Latinos with lifetime substance abuse disorders; 2) to compare and contrast barriers to specialty substance abuse treatment by race/ethnicity and gender among participants with lifetime AUD; and 3) using findings from Aims 1 & 2, to develop a new quantitative scale to assess barriers to specialty substance abuse treatment
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    Telephone interview guide: Understanding barriers to substance abuse treatment
    (2016) Pinedo, Miguel
    This two-year pilot study aimed to 1) to gain greater understanding of barriers to specialty substance abuse treatment among Whites, African Americans, and Latinos with lifetime substance abuse disorders; 2) to compare and contrast barriers to specialty substance abuse treatment by race/ethnicity and gender among participants with lifetime AUD; and 3) using findings from Aims 1 & 2, to develop a new quantitative scale to assess barriers to specialty substance abuse treatment
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    Interview Guide: Migration & Health: Latinos in Austin, Texas (Spanish version)
    (2018) Pinedo, Miguel
    This qualitative study explored in-depth how migration-related stressors (e.g., antiimmigration sentiments, deportations) influence the mental health and substance-using behaviors of Latinos in Austin.
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    Interview Guide: Migration & Health: Latinos in Austin, Texas 
    (2018) Pinedo, Miguel
    This qualitative study explored in-depth how migration-related stressors (e.g., antiimmigration sentiments, deportations) influence the mental health and substance-using behaviors of Latinos in Austin.
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    AnthroFitness Data Sheet – Visit 1: ENLACE
    (2017) Parra-Medina, Deborah
    The purpose of this study is to determine if a promotora-led intervention that takes a comprehensive, multi-level, community-based approach to promoting physical activity (PA) is effective among a particularly underserved segment of Latinas. We hypothesize that Latinas in the promotora-led PA Intervention will significantly increase minutes per week of moderate-to-vigorous physical activity (MVPA) compared to Latinas in the attention-control group.
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    Baseline Visit 1 Survey (Spanish version) : ENLACE
    (2015-09-03) Parra-Medina, Deborah
    The purpose of this study is to determine if a promotora-led intervention that takes a comprehensive, multi-level, community-based approach to promoting physical activity (PA) is effective among a particularly underserved segment of Latinas. We hypothesize that Latinas in the promotora-led PA Intervention will significantly increase minutes per week of moderate-to-vigorous physical activity (MVPA) compared to Latinas in the attention-control group.
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    Baseline Visit 2 Survey: ENLACE 
    (2015-09-03) Parra-Medina, Deborah
    The purpose of this study is to determine if a promotora-led intervention that takes a comprehensive, multi-level, community-based approach to promoting physical activity (PA) is effective among a particularly underserved segment of Latinas. We hypothesize that Latinas in the promotora-led PA Intervention will significantly increase minutes per week of moderate-to-vigorous physical activity (MVPA) compared to Latinas in the attention-control group.
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    ENLACE: Baseline Visit 1 Survey (Spanish version)
    (2015-09) Parra-Medina, Deborah
    The purpose of this study is to determine if a promotora-led intervention that takes a comprehensive, multi-level, community-based approach to promoting physical activity (PA) is effective among a particularly underserved segment of Latinas. We hypothesize that Latinas in the promotora-led PA Intervention will significantly increase minutes per week of moderate-to-vigorous physical activity (MVPA) compared to Latinas in the attention-control group.
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    Baseline Visit 1 Survey: ENLACE
    (2014-11) Parra-Medina, Deborah
    The purpose of this study is to determine if a promotora-led intervention that takes a comprehensive, multi-level, community-based approach to promoting physical activity (PA) is effective among a particularly underserved segment of Latinas. We hypothesize that Latinas in the promotora-led PA Intervention will significantly increase minutes per week of moderate-to-vigorous physical activity (MVPA) compared to Latinas in the attention-control group.