Category Archives: HJN Meetings

Materials from August 2011 HJN Quarterly Meeting

From the American Heart Association Presentation:

Call to Action : Cardiovascular Disease in Asian Americans

From the APALC Presentation:

Understanding the Health Access Project and Health Care Reform

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HJN Quarterly Meeting – August 9th!

HJN Quarterly meeting

It’s that time again! Please RSVP for the next HJN quarterly meeting to Scott Chan at schan@apalc.org

Date: August 9th
Time: 10AM-12PM
Location: Asian Pacific American Legal Center
1145 Wilshire Boulevard, Community Room
Los Angeles, CA 90017

Breakfast is provided!

The agenda for the meeting is:

  • State Budget Update
  • Health Care Reform Update
  • American Heart Association Presentation and
  • Learning about APALCs new Health Access Project!

Powerpoint Presentations from HJN Quarterly Meeting

Air Quality Presentation_2.8.11_FINAL

HJN Budget Update 2.8.11

MedlinePlus Tutorial

RSVP Now: HJN Training on “Using the Administrative Petition as a Tool for Change”

The Health Justice Network and The California Endowment invite you to attend The Center for Healthy Communities’ Health Exchange Academy, a series of trainings designed to improve the effectiveness of health-related nonprofit organizations throughout California. Attendees may participate in any training regardless of past experience.

January 25, 2010

9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Advocating for Change

Module 3, Using the Administrative Petition as a Tool for Change

• Learn about the administrative petition as a tool for affecting health policy

• Understand how to identify problems that may be remedied through an
administrative petition

• Complete one or more rough drafts of administrative petitions that can be the
basis of a plan to improve health policy in your community

Learn more about Advocating for Change

 
R.S.V.P. to Scott Chan, Community Advocate, Health Justice Network, at schan@apalc.org.

Training Location:

The California Endowment

Center for Healthy Communities

1000 North Alameda St.
Los Angeles, CA 90012

(800) 449-4149