Overview of Asian American Public Health

“For many generations in America, the predominant experiences of Asian Americans reveal an alternative immigration history: one where voices fell silent, hopes were dashed, and dream went unfulfilled.” – Winton Tseng “Social, Demographic, and Cultural Characteristics of Asian Americans” Health is unquestionably an important part of living a happy life. Health allows one to do the activities we desire, to live to see friends and family grow, to simply live with less struggles then life already gives, but it can be neglected. We are told to exercise daily, eat our…

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Part 2: Asian American Health Issues and Barriers

“Current information about the biological and genetic characteristics of [ethnic minorities] does not explain the health disparities experienced by these groups compared with the white, non-Hispanic population in the United States. These disparities are believed to be the result of the complex interaction among genetic variations, environmental factors, and specific health behaviors.” -Healthy People 2010 (“Asian American Health Research: Baseline Data and Funding” – Chandak Ghosh) Introduction Question: Do you know of any health issues or barriers Asian Americans or other ethnic groups might face? Suggested Reading: Historical Issues¬†and Barriers…

Part 3: Asian American Language Access in Health

“Language access is a basic component of provider-patient communication, health education and promotion, and access to health care programs such as Medicaid, Medicare, and the State Children’s Health Insurance Program.” -Marguerite Ro, Jinny Jihyun Park, Deeana Jang “Language Access” Featured Image Introduction Question: How important is language access in healthcare? Is language access still an issue within the United States? Do you know of any examples of this? Suggested Readings: Language Access for Asian Americans in Health:¬†Trinh-Shevrin, Chau, Nadia Shilpi Islam, and Mariano Jose Rey.Asian American Communities and Health: Context,…