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Health Promotion and Chronic Disease Prevention (HPCDP) other data collection


HPCDP is dedicating funds to explore alternative data collection methods with certain populations that are difficult to reach using traditional population health surveys. A few population-specific multiple data collection methods that HPCDP has been working on are shown below.

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Youth (15 to 18 years old) living in Oregon State

New2022 Oregon youth survey online (OYSO)

  • Recruitment and survey will offered in English and Spanish.
  • Recruitment will include address base sampling and social media.
  • At least a total of 1,000 respondents from 600 push to web letter and 400 social media respondents.
  • Provides a snapshot of health and risk behaviors among youth in Oregon.
  • Develops a collaborative partnership with Oregon Equity and Inclusion.
  • Survey will be launch in summer 2022.
See OYSO Frequently Asked questions for more information about the survey.

Young adults (18 to 25 years old) living in Oregon State.

Upcoming2022 Oregon healthy young adult survey (OhYAS)

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        • Recruitment and survey will be offered in English
        • Administers an online survey using address data-base sampling (ABS)
          • Invitation letter describing the survey purpose and providing a QR code and website link to access the online survey.
          • Two postcard reminders
        • At least 1,000 survey responses
        • Survey will be launch in June 2022

2021 Oregon Young Adult Survey
  • Recruitment and survey were offered in English.
  • Recruitment included paid social media (Instagram and Facebook) and the texting campaign.
  • A total of 3,176 surveys were completed from April to June 2021.
  • Provides a snapshot of the state of health and well-being among young adults living in Oregon.
  • Helps guide policy and programming related to young adult:
    • Substance use
    • Mental health
    • Social supports
  • Develops a collaborative partnership with Oregon Youth Development Council.
  • Young Adult Survey Infographic is here