Diversity and Inclusion: Creating a Culture of Respect for the AA & NH/PI Community

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Watch this webinar recording to hear speakers such as Dr. Janice Tsoh, UCSF Professor of Psychiatry, and Dr. Andrew Subica, UCR associate Professor of Social Med Population & Public Health discuss the following:   

- Engage Asian American, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander (AA and NH/PI) participants and community-based organizations in increasing positive health-seeking behaviors through providing culturally sensitive education for tobacco and cancer. 
- Create a safe space to provide community wellness through a lens of cultural respect and humility in a discussion about tobacco, cancer, and culture.
- Provide resources and information about cultural respect in fields regarding tobacco cessation and cancer prevention for the AA and NH/PI community.

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