On May 5, 2022, Children’s Minnesota is hosting a Grand Rounds titled: “Why data disaggregation matters for Asian American communities: The case of COVID-19.” The Grand Rounds will feature KaYing Yang, nonprofit management consultant, president, RedGreen Rivers, LLC, and Chao Yang, senior health educator, St. Paul-Ramsey Public Health Founder, Hmong Public Health Association.
The agenda of the Grand Rounds is:
- Review the landscape of Asian American communities in Minnesota and discuss the importance of disaggregating data within these communities.
- Describe the impact of the COIVD-19 pandemic on Asian American communities in Minnesota, using the public health impact report and COVID-19 as an example of the importance of data disaggregation.
- Discuss recommendations for what health care professionals and organizations could be doing better to improve the health of Asian American communities going forward.