ASIA AM M129

Health Issues for Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders: Myth or Model?

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Most classes consist of guest speakers offering their professional insight on various political and social causes that relate to Asian/Pacific Islander health concerns.

Every class is absolutely informative with relevant and timely commentary on current issues. I never felt like the class wasted my time.

This class is especially helpful for pre-medical students who want to work in Asian/Pacific Islander communities because of the networking opportunities you get with doctors and nurses in those areas.

Each week requires a written reflection on what you learned. In the second half of the quarter, you will be required to work on a group presentation.

If you methodically follow all of the requirements for the group project, getting an A should not be too difficult.

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