The Asian Pacific Islander Caucus for Public Health
Call for Nominations for Asian Pacific Islander Caucus Chair-Elect
Please self-nominate and file candidacy papers by Mid March, 2014
Special 2014 Election to be held Mid-March, 2014
To nominate yourself, or another, for 2014 APIC Chair-Elect, please apply via this link (https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/2HB535R) by Mid-March 2014. For more information, please click here.
Annual Meeting and Exposition
Asian Pacific Islander Caucus for Public Health
Healthography: How Where you Live Affects Your Health and Well-being November 15-19, 2014 in New Orleans, LA
WELCOME MESSAGE FROM APIC LEADERSHIP
Welcome to the website of the Asian Pacific Islander Caucus for Public Health. Our mission is to address public health issues specifically affecting Asians and Pacific Islanders in the United States and associated jurisdictions in affiliation with the American Public Health Association..See our factsheet and learn more here >>
-Kawika M K I Liu,
MD, PhD, JD, FAAP, Chair
-Elena Ong,PHN, MS, Chair-Elect
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APIC 2013 SPONSORS
A special thank you to all of APIC's sponsors. Please click below to learn more about their work. Keep an eye out for information on how to become a sponsor at next year's meeting.
Dear APIC members – we, as public health researchers and advocates, have the unique chance to make a very big difference for Asians and Pacific Islander Americans. The United States Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) has issued their updated draft recommendations for adult HBV screening in the U.S. They have given HBV screening a grade of “B” for high-risk adults. This is really good news – it means that foreign-born and 2nd generation Asian and Pacific Islander Americans will finally have the chance to receive hepatitis B screening!
A great big mahalo and shout-out to everyone who turned out for the 141st Annual APHA Convention in Boston, MA.
We blew it outside the park, when 110+ participated in the API Caucus Invited Session, "Immigration Reform & the Affordable Care Act" featuring Hon. Mee Moua, President of Asian Americans Advancing Justice; Kathy Ko Chin, President & CEO of APIAHF, Jeff Caballero, Executive Director of AAPCHO, and Rhodora Ursua of NYU CSAAH, and approximately 100 participated in the 39th Annual API Caucus Social & Awards Reception featuring Fitchburg Mayor, Hon. Lisa Wong, and UCLA Fielding School of Public Health Professor Ninez Ponce, PhD, MPP. We also had a full house at the API Caucus Young Professionals and Student Breakfast featuring Anh Sawyer, Executive Director of Southeast Asian Coalition of Central Massachusetts, Felice Le-Scherban, Association for Asian Public Health Actin, Joseph Bokum Lee, Asian Pacific American Medical Student Association, Nicole Ooi-ling Fink, East Coast Asian American Student Union and Jirayut "New" Latthivongskorn of Pre-Health Dreamers.
To join in the fun, check out our slideshow below.
The API Caucus for Public Health
Click on the picture (above) to see some highlights from APHA 2013.
2012 APHA Annual Meeting & Exposition
Prevention and Wellness Across the Life Span
October 27-31, 2012 | San Francisco, CA
APIC's program in San Francisco was a great success! Thank you to our presenters, moderators, speakers, sponsors, and members-- new and old.
2011 APHA Annual Meeting & Exposition
APIC's program at the 139th Annual Meeting in Washington, DC was a great success! Thank you to our presenters, moderators, speakers, sponsors, and members-- new and old.