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COMPASS ChicagO Multiethnic Prevention And Surveillance Study Habibul Ahsan Karen Kim, Doriane Miller, Diane Lauderdale, Michelle Le Beau, Dezheng Huo, Brian Chiu, Andrea King, Funmi Olopade, Sola Olopade, Stacy Lindau, Lainie Ross, Nancy Cox, Marshall Chin, Kathleen Cagney, Lianne Kurina, Ronald Thisted, Mark Lingen, Geoffrey Greene, Muhammad Kibriya, Maria Argos, Briseis Aschebrook-Kilfoy
What is COMPASS? Its a health study designed by researchers at the University of Chicago to understand how lifestyle, environment, genetic, and healthcare-related factors affect health of Chicagoans. By identifying the determinants of these diseases, we aim to help develop new strategies to prevent cancer and other chronic diseases among Chicago residents.
Rationale Chronic diseases like cancer, heart disease, stroke, diabetes and respiratory disease are the biggest causes of disability and mortality, days lost at work, lower quality of life and high health care costs. There is disparity in the distribution of these illnesses, their known causes and care-related factors across population.
Temporal Trends and Black:White Disparity in Cancer Rates in Cook County & US [Women]
Temporal Trends and Black:White Disparity in Cancer Rates in Cook County & US [Men]
COMPASS Broad Goals: Novel scientific discovery related to prevention and population science Evaluate preventive interventions Evaluate health care and disparity related factors Create a long-term public health research resource Education and training tool for prevention and population sciences Outreach, community engagement and population translation Ultimately improve the health of the population of Chicago and beyond
Study Design Using a longitudinal cohort design. This means we will recruit a large random sample of Chicago population, will measure the factors mentioned above, and then follow them into the future for assessing health outcomes. We will compare the social, biological and contextual characteristics of the persons who get cancer and other chronic diseases to those who dont.
COMPASS Pilot Phase [Funded by UCCCC] 3,000 residents representing City of Chicago population – 1,350 White – 1,350 African American – 600 Hispanic – 300 Asian 35 years Ability to complete interview in English Citizen or permanent resident Enrollment from mid-2013 in 40 Chicago Census Tracts
Where will they be recruited? Rogers Park tract 0103, population 6,236 West Ridge tract 0205, population 6,214 tract 0206.02, population 4,340 Lincoln Square tract 0409, population 1,950 North Center tract 0502, population 4,837 Near North Side tract 0804, population 4,317 tract 8422, population 2,603 Jefferson Park tract 1104, population 4,352 Albany Park tract 1403.01, population 2,891 Portage Park tract 1503, population 7,198 Irving Park tract 1606.1, population 3,490 Belmont Cragin tract 1903, population 5,794 Logan Square tract 2207.02, population 4,060 West Town tract 2424, population 2,764 Austin tract 2521.02, population 6,438 North Lawndale tract 2909, population 4,530 tract 8433, population 1,228 tract 8434, population 1,451 South Lawndale tract 3012, population 4,012 Near South Side tract 3302, population 3,806 Armour Square tract 8411, population 7,254 Douglas tract 3510, population 3,267 Grand Boulevard tract 3819, population 1,295 Washington Park tract 4005, population 2,558 Calumet Heights tract 4801, population 2,033 Roseland tract 4907, population 3,085 tract 4908, population 4,007 tract 4913, population 2,886 West Pullman tract 5305.03, population 5,345 McKinley Park tract 8404, population 3,326 Bridgeport tract 8397, population 4,326 tract 8400, population 2,695 Gage Park tract 6305, population 6,364 West Lawn tract 6606, population 6,333 West Englewood tract 6704, population Ashburn tract 7002, population 6,609 tract 7004.01, population 5,923 tract 7005.01, population 7,125 Washington Heights tract 7301, population 2,424 Edgewater tract 0305, population 6,395
Fieldwork Community engagement efforts and advance contacts with target participants Initial consenting/recruitment of subjects at their homes [supplemented with other methods as needed] In-person interview, physical measures, and biological sample by trained interviewer/phlebotomist Permission for follow-up and to access medical records Initial focus on cancer and chronic diseases (including CVD, diabetes and respiratory disease outcomes) $50 compensation for effort in participation
COMPASS Long-term Plan Seek external funding for project expansion Establish a multiethnic cohort of 100,000 adults representing population of Cook County Partnership with other Chicago academic and city/state institutions and private organizations Participate in national and international consortiums Enumerate children and family members for future broader child/family health studies