Table 2.

Patient, Community Leader, and Health Service Provider Participant Characteristics

Patients (n = 10)
Race/EthnicitySexAge GroupEducationIncomeNeighborhood
BlackFemale60 to 69High schoolBayview-Hunters Point
BlackMale60 to 69Some collegeBayview-Hunters Point
WhiteFemale60 to 69College graduate<$20,000Tenderloin
Asian or Pacific IslanderFemale60 to 69College graduate$20,000-$40,000Tenderloin
BlackFemale70 to 79Graduate degree<$20,000Western Addition
BlackMale50 to 59Some college<$20,000Tenderloin
Black; Multi-EthnicFemale60 to 69Some college<$20,000Bayview-Hunters Point
American Indian/Native AmericanMale60 to 69College Degree$20,000-$40,000Excelsior
BlackFemale50 to 59Some college<$20,000Bayview-Hunters Point & Lakeshore
Hispanic/LatinxFemale40 to 49Graduate degree<$20,000Tenderloin
Community Leaders (n = 10)
RoleOrganization DescriptionNeighborhood
Librarians (2)Public library with a robust health programming/collectionTenderloin
Patient AdvocateCoordination department for patient advisory councils at public health clinicsTenderloin
Staff leaderHealth and wellness organization serving primarily Black communitiesBayview-Hunters Point
Staff leaderNonprofit cooking school serving low-income communitiesMission
Senior services, resources, and activities staff (3)Social services organization serving low-income seniors, youth, and families of colorMission
Staff leaderSocial services organization serving low-income multi-ethnic families with young childrenExcelsior/Visitacion Valley, Mission
Former staff LeaderLatinx cultural organizationMission
Health Service Providers (n = 3)
RoleRole DescriptionNeighborhood
Diabetes nurse educatorNurse educator and diabetes educator for patients in a public healthcare delivery systemSan Francisco (city-wide)
Primary care physicianPhysician; Health services researcherSan Francisco (city-wide)
Primary care physicianInternist in a public healthcare delivery system; Health services researcherSan Francisco (city-wide)
  • N/A, not applicable.