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BRFSS - Special Health Surveys
In addition to the annual Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System surveys, the BRFSS Program has conducted the following special health surveys:
This statewide survey, conducted by the DHHS State Center for Health Statistics, measures North Carolinians’ knowledge, awareness and appreciation for a variety of public health services. The "North Carolina Public Health Awareness Survey" is the first survey of its kind to be conducted in North Carolina, and was funded by a grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
The survey, conducted between October 29 and December 8, 2001, involved telephone interviews with over 800 respondents. The margin of error is 3% (plus or minus). The survey was conducted as part of a Turning Point grant to the North Carolina Division of Public Health to develop capacity in the areas of communication and marketing. The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, based in Princeton, NJ, is the nation’s largest philanthropy devoted exclusively to health and health care.
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Page Last Updated March 09, 2012