AAPI

AcronymDefinition
AAPIAsian Americans and Pacific Islanders (HHS BHPR; US government)
AAPIAssociation d'Aide aux Personnes Incontinentes
AAPIAmerican Association of the Physicians of Indian Origin
AAPIAntique and Amusement Photographers International
AAPIAlabama Association of Paralegals, Inc.
AAPIAmerican Accreditation Program Inc. (healthcare quality accreditation)
AAPIAttack Assessment Predicted Impact
AAPIAuto Accident; Potential Injury
AAPIAuto Accident; Possible Injury
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The feelings of shame that come with addiction can be greater in the AAPI patient who believes he/she has let his/her family down.
child growth and development, role of play, child discipline and guidance) closely parallels the concepts measured by the PAAT and the AAPI.
AAPIs had the lowest percentage of alcohol-related traffic deaths of any ethnic group (19 percent).
For more information, contact the AAPI helpline on 0181 742 0742.
Together, we can make sure the NHAS comes alive to support AAPI communities and indeed the entire nation.
We may fight for AAPI goals in real estate, but a lot of those goals are the same for everyone: we want access to credit, affordable and sustainable housing, and we want our voices to be counted.
This event, hosted by the White House Initiative on Asian American and Pacific Islanders in partnership with CARE, builds upon an inaugural 2013 symposium that highlighted the critical need for data disaggregation for AAPI students and provided the opportunity to share best practices for implementing systems at educational institutions.
The AAPI community, one of the nation's fastest-growing minority groups, gets a lot of plaudits for remarkable achievements in the academy and elsewhere--and that's not always a good thing.
In an exclusive interview to ANI , Eminent Harvard trained Heart Surgeon, Research Scientist and Healthcare Economist who was recently conferred the " India's Most Admired Surgeon " award by Governor of Maharashtra K Sankaranarayanan said that " The American Association of Physicians of Indian Origin ( AAPI ) is the largest ethnic medical organization in the United States and represents the interests of more than 50,000 doctors.
AAPI, the American Association of Physicians of Indian Origin, bestowed this honor when they requested Diana be a guest speaker at their 30th Annual Convention in Long Beach, CA, on June 29, 2012.
Abstract: AAPI women have low breast and cervical cancer (BCC) screening rates compared to other ethnic groups.