Event: Secondhand Smoke Prevention Research Team
Organization: Rush University Medical Center
Join the Secondhand Smoke Prevention Research Team
Are you a passionate undergraduate or graduate student looking to gain valuable research experience? We invite you to be part of an exciting project aimed at improving the health of Chinese Americans.
About the Project:
Our project, in collaboration with the Midwest Asian Health Association in Chicago’s Chinatown, focuses on studying secondhand smoke exposure among Chinese female never-smokers in Chicago’s vibrant Chinatown, and developing strategies to create smoke-free homes in the Chinese community.
Why Volunteer with Us:
- Gain hands-on research experience
- Collaborate with experts I the filed
- Make a positive impact on population health
To be eligible, student volunteers must speak Mandarin and/or Cantonese to effectively engage with community members. No prior research experience is necessary, just a passion for improving Chinese population health!
As a volunteer, you’ll assist with survey and interview data collection in Chinatown, helping us gather valuable insights into this crucial health issue.
How to Join: If you’re ready to contribute to a meaningful cause and enhance your research skills, please contact Dr. Chien-Ching Li at: Chien-Ching_Li@rush.edu