Social Network Dynamics and Oral Health Disparities in Mexican American Immigrants
The purpose of this study is to understand, through getting your answers to questions on a survey, personal and community social network factors that lead to Mexican immigrants having trouble accessing and utilizing dental care, and features of anxiety associated with relocating to a new place to live.
The purpose of this study is to apply Social Networks Analysis (SNA) methods to characterize how social norms, attitudes, resources, and information around dental care and oral health are supported or undermined through personal and community networks, and affect individual behavior and outcomes.
- IRB Number: 1703740862
- Research Study Identifier: TX7744
- Principal Investigator: Gerardo Maupome
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