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A Health Equity Framework for Pacific Islanders: Diabetes

Infographics

The following Health Equity Framework diagram is part of an ongoing capacity building program focused on addressing racial and health disparities for AA and NHPI communities. APIAHF’s Health Equity Framework for Public Health Interventions (HEF-PHI) introduces real-world insights and culturally grounded recommendations for public health professionals working to eliminate health and racial disparities for AA…

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A Health Equity Framework for Native Hawaiians: Mental Health

Infographics

  \ The following Health Equity Framework diagram is part of an ongoing capacity building program focused on addressing racial and health disparities for AA and NHPI communities. APIAHF’s Health Equity Framework for Public Health Interventions (HEF-PHI) introduces real-world insights and culturally grounded recommendations for public health professionals working to eliminate health and racial disparities…

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A Health Equity Framework for Asian Americans: Diabetes

The following Health Equity Framework diagram is part of an ongoing capacity building program focused on addressing racial and health disparities for AA and NHPI communities. APIAHF’s Health Equity Framework for Public Health Interventions (HEF-PHI) introduces real-world insights and culturally grounded recommendations for public health professionals working to eliminate health and racial disparities for AA…

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Community Highlights: Centering the Lived Experiences of Native Hawaiians and Pacific Islanders Living with HIV and Viral Hepatitis

Health Brief

Read how the Hawai’i Health and Harm Reduction Center (HHHRC or H3RC) developed high-impact harm reduction interventions to combat health inequalities associated with mental illness, substance use, homelessness, and sexually transmitted infections. This report is part of our “Community Highlights” series outlining community-informed strategies to promote racial/health equity for Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander…

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Sarcoma Awareness

Fact Sheet, FAQ, Infographics

Sarcomas are cancers that develop from bones or soft tissues, such as fat, muscles, nerves, and more. A sarcoma can start in any part of the body. When “Sarcoma” is part of the name of a disease, it means the tumor is malignant (cancerous).