Thank you for attending Joslin Diabetes Center's first-ever virtual A Taste of Ginger! With your support, we were able to raise over $215,000 for Joslin's Asian American Diabetes Initiative (AADI).
The AADI has created "Diabetes Prevention and Management: A Guide for Asian Americans" with Asian Americans who have diabetes or live with someone with diabetes in mind, to serve as a practical guide on taking great care of themselves during the COVID-19 pandemic.
On May 10, 2021 we will be hosting the Annual Lawrence and Evelyn Wing Family Lectureship. This year we are honored to have Dr. Elisa Choi join us for our 4th lectureship, titled "Anti-Asian Racism and COVID-19: Pandemics in Parallel"
A message from Dr. George King addressing racism against Asian Americans
Don’t miss our series of COVID-19 related webinars featuring various tips on how to self-care during this challenging time.
Dr. King has been invited to join a live panel on key opportunities and challenges for cross border collaboration in today's healthcare and life science industries.
Join us on next weeks webinar hosted by Asian Women for Health. Ka Hei Karen Lau, Registered Dietitian and Certified Diabetes Educator will be giving tips on how to stay safe and health during the COVID-19 pandemic
A Personal Message from Dr. King regarding A Taste of Ginger event
We will be giving a talk at the Head Start Program in Quincy!
Dr. King's article titled: The Secret Food Fix That Stops Diabetes is now published on Bottom Line.
After 20 years at Joslin Diabetes Center, Dr. William Hsu is leaving his role at Joslin. His last day will be August 29th.
Dr. King was invited by Harvard Medical School's SAMDA and APAMSA to give a presentation at their RepresentAsian in Data Conference.
Walking Club returns this summer! Join us at Boston Common on Saturday mornings.
Dr. William Hsu gives keynote at the annual Massachusett's Department of Public Health's Diabetes Summit
We will be hosting our 10th Asian Social Club in April! This workshop will focus on Exercise and Cognitive Health.
A Health Workshop and Q&A Session with parents from the Quincy Head Start Program.
On March 25, 2019 we will be hosting the Annual Lawrence and Evelyn Wing Family Lectureship on Diabetes. This year we are honored to have Dr. Frank Hu join us for our 3rd lectureship titled "Precision Nutrition for Curbing Global Diabetes Epidemic: Hype or Hope?"
Join us at the Wang YMCA on 2/16/19 for a diabetes risk screening!
Join us at the South Shore YMCA on 12/14/18 for a diabetes risk screening!
AADI will host a 2 hour training session, to teach students diabetes basics and how to use A1C screening kits.
The fifth conference for the AANHPI Diabetes Coalition will be held at Joslin Diabetes Center in Boston, Massachusetts.
We will provide the latest clinical research andadvocacy efforts around diabetes prevention inthe Vietnamese American community.
We are glad to announce Walking Club returns again this summer! Bring a walking buddy and let's walk together.
Information & Networking Session For Healthcare & Community Leaders in Quincy, MA
Join us for brunch at Sumiao Hunan Kitchen. All proceeds from this event will benefit Joslin's AADI!
A Health Workshop and Q & A Session
Massachusetts House and Senate Come Together to Screen at 23. Joint resolution calls on the state’s public health system and providers to use BMI 23 when screening Asian Americans for diabetes
Diabetes Town Hall on November 16, 2017
We are hosting another Asian Social Club! Join us for "Tai Chi at Home".
We were invited to the Blackstone Apartments to give a talk about healthy eating tips, and what are good snack options!
It will be available in 5 languages on May 16th, and are free to download from the AADI website:
This booklet covers many topics that are helpful for those with diabetes and those who live with or care for them. We hope this booklet will empower many health ambassadors like you, who are helping their family and friends in their community to navigate this challenging time.
Please feel free to share with anyone who may find these helpful. And thank you again for supporting the AADI to help us make tools like these and help us lead healthier life!