A Call to Action (World Hepatitis Day 2010)

May 2010

“A Call to Action” is AAPCHO’s podcast series commemorating advocacy efforts during World Hepatitis Day on May 19, 2010 in Washington D.C. World Hepatitis Day aims to raise awareness of hepatitis B and hepatitis C to prevent new infections and to deliver real improvements in health outcomes for people living with these chronic diseases.

For more photos of AAPCHO in Washington, D.C. on World Hepatitis Day 2010, go to our Facebook photo album at:

A Call to Action: John Paul Jael, Asian Human Services

John Paul "JP" Jael is a Program Coordinator at Asian Human Services Incorporated, Chicago's largest Pan-Asian social service agency. In this episode, JP speaks with AAPCHO's Communications Assistant, Beverly Quintana about his experiences during his first-ever advocacy rally and Capitol Hill visits.

A Call to Action: Jane Pan, Hepatitis B Initiative

Jane Pan is the Executive Director of the Hepatitis B Initiative, an organization mobilizing communities to prevent hepatitis B among at risk groups, particularly Asian American and Pacific Islanders. We listen in as Jane speaks with AAPCHO's Communications Assistant, Beverly Quintana, about her advocacy work to eliminate hepatitis from our communities.

A Call to Action: Corinna Dan, AAPCHO

Corinna Dan, AAPCHO’s Hepatitis B Policy Fellow, speaks with Beverly Quintana, AAPCHO’s Communications Assistant, discussing the priorities for hepatitis advocacy and why it’s important for organizations and individuals to get involved.