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The Asian Pacific American Medical Student Association received official recognition in the spring of 1995.
- To promote heath issues specific to Asians and Asian-Americans
- To promote cultural awareness among fellow students, colleagues, professors, and others in the UT community
- To be active in the Toledo community by linking with physicians in the area, conducting health screening and promoting heath issues
- To facilitate linking with other medical school groups both locally and nationally
- To be a resource for students interested in educational opportunities overseas
- To provides a forum for social interaction among students in the above goals
- March 2009: APAMSA Regional Conference hosted here at the University of Toledo. More information and a website will be coming by the end of the year.
- November 1, 2008: APAMSA National Hepatitis B Meeting in San Francisco, CA. While 5,000 of the world’s leading hepatologists were discussing the recent research developments in liver diseases in the Moscone Convention Center at the annual AASLD Liver Meeting in San Francisco, over 100 medical students from more than 50 different medical schools convened at the Parc 55 nearby for the third annual Asian Pacific American Medical Student Association Hepatitis B Outreach Training.
- October 17-19, 2008: APAMSA National Conference "Building ONE Community: Cultural Awareness, Competency, and Leadership" in Philadelphia, PA. It will address the imperative that as American society becomes more culturally diverse, physicians are mandated not only to be more aware and sensitive of culturally relevant health issues, but also to be active in breaking down cultural barriers to health care access for their patients.
- Saturday, May 24, 2008: Asian American Health/Hep B Fair in Lansing, MI sponsored by Michigan State APAMSA. E-mail John Pham by May 21 if interested in helping.
- Saturday, April 26, 2008: APAMSA Regional Conference "Model
Minority, Model Health?" at Case Western Reserve University. The conference will offer
a variety of topics exploring healthcare and the role
of Asian Pacific Americans in medicine. All travel costs covered. E-mail John Pham
by April 16 if interested in attending.