The N.C. Child Health Assessment and Monitoring Program (CHAMP) survey was first implemented in 2005. CHAMP is the first survey of its kind in N.C. to measure the health characteristics of childern ages 0 to 17. CHAMP is a follow-back survey to the Behavioral Risk Factor Sruveillance System (BRFSS), which is a telephone survey of adults ages 18 and older. All adult respondents with children living in the households were invited to participate in the CHAMP survey. One child is randomly selected from the household and the adult most knowledgeable about the health of the selected child is interviewed in a follow-up survey. Eight tobacco-specific questions were asked. In 2005, 3,936 people participated in the survey.
View reports from the NC CHAMP below:
(Note: Unless otherwise indicated, all files are in PDF format and 100 kb or less.)