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Legacy Pilot Project Grant Applications, Discussions and Very Interesting Meetings.

August 22, 2011

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Last week I had the opportunity to attend the Legacy Pilot Project Grants Review Committee Meetings. This year was the fifth year, the last year, of the Legacy Pilot Project Grants. And CEED received 27 applications! Organizations from all across the U.S. submitted proposals’ which ultimately aim is to reduce hepatitis B-related health disparities in […]

The Global Problem of Hepatitis B: Sharing Experiences from China and New York City

November 16, 2009

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On November 4, 2009, I participated in a panel discussion on “The Global Problem of Hepatitis B: Sharing Experiences from China and New York City” which was hosted by NYU Medical Center and moderated by Dr. Henry Pollack, the Associate Professor of Pediatric Infectious Diseases at NYU School of Medicine and the Scientific Investigator of […]

Understanding The Importance of Cultural Competency in Healthcare

July 16, 2009

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Last Thursday, I attended a lecture titled “Providing Culturally & Linguistically Appropriate Care to Immigrant Populations”, which was part of the Asian American Health seminar series provided for CSAAH interns. Director of Programs from the South Asian Health Initiative (SAHI) Sapna Pandya, M.P.H. came to speak to us. Sapna Pandya gave us a very thorough […]

Learning of The Prevalence of Hepatitis B in Asian American Communities

July 16, 2009

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I’ve been itching to write about the frightening prevalence of hepatitis B in Asian American communities since last Wednesday, which was the first day of my internship at CSAAH (Center for Study of Asian American Health). On that day, I was required to complete a few online modules about hepatitis B, some of which were […]