AAPIAsian Americans and Pacific Islanders (HHS BHPR; US government)
AAPIAglet Api
AAPIAudio Applications Programming Interface
AAPIAssociate Member of the Australian Property Institute
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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In the year 2018, this is unconscionable, and for certain groups in the AAPI community the gap is even wider.
When news broke last year about Nguyen joining Foothill College, she recognized the name of another AAPI college president in a crop of congratulatory messages--only to discover the person was no longer president.
Filipinos are the second-largest AAPI subgroup, with about 3.
Results: AAPI used tobacco more commonly, and were more likely to consume alcohol.
federal government created the broad ethnic category of AAPI in the 1970s initially for the purpose of collecting census and demographic information (U.
A 2014 AAPI Data survey of Asian American registered voters found that 41 percent would consider switching their support away from a candidate who expresses strong anti-immigrant views.
An online union catalog of AAPI collections as a subset of the OCLC's WorldCat may be established with the assistance of the OCLC.
The MHB and the AAPI questionnaires were translated to Persian (by two experts in English) and retranslated to English by two other people who were experts in both English and Persian.
Now my current role as a tenure-track faculty member in Asian American studies at California State University, Fullerton, allows me to teach courses on APIA women and leadership, AAPIS' experiences in education, multiple-heritage Asian American and Pacific Islanders, and civic engagement through AAPI studies.
In particular, many AAPI youth come from interdependent cultures that prioritize group cohesion (Markus & Kitayama, 1991) and may benefit from peer support (Kenny et al.
Both the CAPI and the AAPI inventories have undergone extensive validation using the general population as well as study populations of known child abusers, and groups of both high-risk and nurturing parents (Bavolek & Keene, 2001; Milner, 1986).
It also describes several counseling programs and services that target AAPI students.