Twice a year the Health Promotion and Chronic Disease Prevention (HPCDP) section reaches out to Oregon adults to compete a survey about health behaviors and attitudes. Data collected help guide health policy and programming for the State of Oregon.
- Online survey administered to address data-base sampling (ABS) and web panel respondents.
- At least 2,000 respondents from each administration of the biannual (spring and fall) survey.
OSCaR is a statewide, population-based registry that collects and analyzes information about cancer cases occurring in Oregon. The mission of the Oregon State Cancer Registry is to collect complete, quality cancer data that supports cancer research and public health practices designed to improve efforts in the screening, treatment and survivorship of all people in Oregon affected by cancer.