May is the Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month. Join us for upcoming special events!

 Asian American Social Challenges and Health Care during COVID-19

Our panel of experts from Joslin Diabetes Center and Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center will present on high-risk diseases and conditions for Asian Americans, including diabetes, pregnancy, and hepatitis. They will also offer guidance on how Asian Americans can navigate this challenging time of COVID-19 and the rise of racism and hate crimes against the Asian American community.
     Slides from Dr. George King's talk on diabetes
     Slides from Dr. Lucy Chie's talk on pregnancy
     Slides from Dr. Daryl Lau's talk on hepatitis


Joslin-BIDMC Virtual Panel on Thursday, May 12th

The 5th Annual Lawrence and Evelyn Wing Family Lectureship on Diabetes 

Monday, May 16, 2022 at 12:00pm EST Via Zoom

Health Equity: The Basics of Bias in Diabetes in Native Hawaiian / Pacific Islander Lecturer: Raynald Samoa, MD Chair of Data and Research Council for National Association of Pacifico Organization
     Slides from Dr. Raynald Samoa's talk

The AADI is very excited to join the Association of Asian Pacific Community Health Organization (AAPCHO) "Strategies to Empower Asian American Patients with Diabetes and Pre-Diabetes" Learning Collaborative again on Monday, May 9th from 3:30pm-4:30pm EST! We are joining on the 2nd session "Diabetes Prevention Strategies for AA Patients"

Intended participants are: Health Centers, Primary Care Associations (PCA), Health Center Controlled Networks (HCCN) and community organizations interested and/or invested in diabetes prevention and management for Asian Americans.