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UKABIF is a membership organisation and charity, established in 1998 by a coalition of organisations working in the field of ABI.

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Community Event & Fundraising Support requests require a minimum of 1 month prior to the event in order to be considered for support by the Community Service Fund Committee.

Accreditation Statement “This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the accreditation requirements and policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) through the joint providership of Maimonides Medical Center and The Chinese American Medical Society.

January 19, 2017 Members-only preview: – 6pm | Opening reception: 6 – 9pm Free to the Public.

Join others in preserving an important part of America’s heritage.

The goal of the health indicator is to get 90% of all San Francisco practicing primary care physicians, nurse practitioners and physician’s assistants to sign the pledge form.

San Francisco has a primary care physician pool of approximately 1,500 providers.

Establishing the CAMS Hep B Free Clinician Honor Roll follows the release in 2008 of new national screening guidelines for Hepatitis B established by CDC in Atlanta, Georgia.

The first Hep B Free Clinician's Honor Roll was launched in the fall of 2009 in San Francisco, California to promote the growing number of doctor’s offices that were testing patients and working to prevent liver cancer and Hepatitis B disease.

is the first exhibition to collect and present this history, arguing that the past helps give meaning to the present and future of our communities.CAMS-CAIPA Community Service Fund ("CSC") is designed to enhance the health and well-being of the Chinese living in the New York City.The Fund is mainly sponsored by members of the Coalition of Asian-American Independent Practice Association ("CAIPA") and administered by the CAMS-CAIPA Community Service Committee.Contrary to popular perception, it is an identity defined out of protest.Starting in the 1960s, a group of young activists shaped “Asian America” through a long decade of fighting displacement, serving their communities, agitating for revolution, and analyzing the intersections of gender, race, and class.The program was started by the Asian Week Foundation and the San Francisco Department of Public Health.