Grand Rounds May 5 - Why data disaggregation matters for Asian American communities: The case of COVID-19
Children's Minnesota hosts this one hour pediatric grand rounds presentation featuring KaYing Yang and Chao Yang.
Healthcare clinicians caring for pediatric patients and their families.
- Review the landscape of Asian American communities in Minnesota and discuss the importance of disaggregating data within these communities
- Describe the impact of the COIVD-19 pandemic on Asian American communities in Minnesota, using the public health impact report and COVID-19 as an example of the importance of data disaggregation
- Discuss recommendations for what healthcare professionals and organizations could be doing better to improve the health of Asian American communities going forward
For more than two decades, KaYing has been a social justice advocate who has built and led community organizing, public policy engagement, and development efforts locally, nationally, and globally. In the mid 1990's, she began her career as a community organizer and executive manager providing social services and advocacy for the protection of refugees and immigrants in Minnesota at the Women’s Association of Hmong and Lao. She then went on to defend and promote immigrant and human rights by serving in a number of organizations including the Southeast Asia Resource Action Center, the International Organization for Migration, the International Finance Corporation, and the Coalition of Asian American Leaders in Minnesota. All of her work comes from a deep experience having come to the United States as a Hmong refugee at the age of seven in 1976 where she experienced firsthand the struggles faced by communities experiencing generational trauma and poverty. She is president of RedGreen Rivers, LLC, a board member of Women Winning and a 2019 recipient of the Bush Foundation Fellowship. In 2022, the Biden/Harris Administration appointed KaYing to serve on the President's Advisory Commission Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians and Pacific Islanders.
Chao Yang is a catalyst of change and a public health leader with intense focus on impact and brings in over 12 years of progressive in health equity, employee & community engagement, and strategic management consulting. She believes strongly in building connection, collaboration and ownership within cross-functional and cross-domain teams. Chao is currently the Assistant Director of the Community Engagement to Advance Research for Community Health (CEARCH) at the University of Minnesota’s Clinical Translational Science Institute, Principal Owner of Ziag Management Consulting, and the Founder of the Hmong Public Health Association. She is currently pursuing her Masters in Public Health at the University of Minnesota in the Executive Public Health Administration and Policy program. Chao is also the 2021 Center for Healthy Aging and Innovation Robert L. Kane Scholar of Excellence and a 2021 40 Under 40 National Leader in Public Health Awardee through the de Beaumont Foundation.
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Children’s Minnesota designates this live activity for a maximum of 1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent to their participation in the activity.
Children's Minnesota designates this live activity for a maximum of 1.0 ANCC nursing contact hour. Nurses should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
Pharmacists and Pharmacy Techs will have their attendance reported in the CPE Monitor for ACPE credits provided they have entered their NABP-ePID and birth month and day where indicated when setting up their profile.
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- 1.00 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™
- 1.00 ANCC
- 1.00 Attendance
Children's Minnesota employees only
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- Open your confirmation email from this course
- Click the add to calendar link (this will download the .ics file to your computer)
- Open your Outlook calendar
- Select "Add calendar" from the left pane just above My Calendars
- Select "Upload from file" in the Add calendar window.
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- Select the Calendar you want the appointment to show up in, typically Calendar and then select Import.
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