Conferences & Events

CSAAH hosts conferences on promoting health equity together with community members, providers, students, researchers, and policy makers about key challenges and opportunities facing Asian American immigrant communities in New York City.

In addition, ongoing seminars and symposiums aim to address health disparities in the Asian American community. These seminar series provide valuable resources and information for health care professionals, students and community members to learn and better understand the health concerns and challenges in the Asian American immigrant population.

2016: Aging Together, Bridging Generations

On September 26, 2016, CSAAH partnered with AARP to host "Aging Together, Bridging Generations", CSAAH’s 8th Biennial Asian American (AA) and Native Hawaiian Pacific Islander (NHPI) Health Conference. The conference brought together approximately 200 diverse stakeholders from across the country to discuss and prioritize healthy aging in AA and NHPI communities and featured Keynote Speaker, Jeanette C. Takamura, MSW, PhD, Dean of Social Work at Columbia University School of Social Work and Former Assistant Secretary of Aging at the US Department of Health & Human Services.

For conference presentations and to learn about our travel scholarship recipients, speakers, post-conference updates and more, view the conference website. For photos, view our Facebook album.

For CSAAH’s past conferences, view Past AA and NHPI Health Conferences.

Have questions or need more information about CSAAH conferences and events? Contact: Lynna Zhong at lynna.zhong@nyumc.org.