Health Care Challenges of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders .pdf

   

Asian American Community Profile- Diverse Communities facing Diverse Experiences .pdf

   

National & State Leadership in Addressing Health Disparities among Asian Americans .pdf

   

Cultural Competence .pdf

   

Health Needs Assessment Study .pdf

   

Effective Mental Health Strategies for Asians .pdf

   

State Leadership in Addressing Health Disparities .pdf

   

Limited English Proficiency and Multiculturalism: Access to Services .pdf

   

Diabetes .pdf

   

A Call to Action: Where do we go from here? . pdf

   

Addressing Domestic Violence in the Asian/Pacific Islander Communities .pdf

   

The Hepatitis B Initiative .pdf

Asian American Conference Pictures

Conference Registration.

Reviews

Excerpt from Asian Fortune Article: Call to Change

Asian Americans are one of the fastest growing minority groups in Montgomery County, growing from 8.1 percent in 1990 to 13.2 percent in 2005. Asians are almost equal in size compared to Hispanics, who stand at 13.3 percent and Blacks at 14.9 percent.

However, population growth has not been matched by accessibility to quality healthcare, said Bawa. In an attempt to publicize and address these issues, the conference and National Hepatitis B Awareness Week (May 8-13) highlighted Asian Americans as one of the high-risk groups. In a briefing held on May 11th to proomote the National Hepatitis B Act on Capitol Hill, congressmen emphasized the need to screen and vaccinate 'at-risk' groups and educate people about the disease that was once so stigmatized. Dr. Ed Hsu's presentation at the conference of the AAHI Health Needs Assessment Report's Findings corroborates the congressman's concerns. 

The Full June 2006 Asian Fortune Article .pdf

Comments from Attendees at the Asian American Health Conference 2006

“Thought the vendor information was excellent. This was an excellent conference. Can’t believe it’s free.”

“Getting to know that so much leadership is being taken to address Asian American health issues and directly hearing from them. It was encouraging on a personal level as well as on a professional level. Made me think that I want to do something to contribute to the cause.”

“All over it was interesting to know about the diverse population how the county helps each other. And I am proud of Montgomery County in MD.”

“I learned much about cancer, mental health, and what must be done in the future.”

“The environment was conducive to learning. The food was wonderful. Lots of new information.”