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CASPAF : The Chinese American Scholars & Professionals Association of Florida


Join the Chinese American Scholars and Professionals Association of Florida at the Hilton, 350 S. North Lake Blvd, Altamonte Springs, Florida 32701, for our 21st annual conference on Saturday, September 11, 2010 from 8:15 AM to 5 PM. This conference focuses on the pressing issues of health care facing this nation today, health care access and affordability. Our Keynote Speaker, Dr. Antonia Novello, served as the fourteenth Surgeon General of the United States. Her experience offers an in depth look at health care policies and reform. Her presentation will be followed by a discussion of healthcare issues by top-notch doctors from Florida and Washington D.C., who will offer their various perspectives on the topic.

The purpose of the conference is two-fold: (1) to discuss our pressing health care reform issues from the medical, legal, and administrative perspectives; (2) to understand new treatment modalities and technologies in medicine. One should expect to learn about what are new in medicine and how they will affect health care policy and reform in the future.

To register for the conference, go to Seating is limited, so early registration is encouraged. Payment may be made online or by mailing a check or money order (payable to: CASPAF) to:

Dr. William Chen
CASPAF Treasurer
3015 NW 23rd Terrace
Gainesville, FL 32605

For additional assistance with registration, please contact:

Tanner Liu, President, CASPAF at Cell: (561) 310-8426

Puxiao Cen, Vice President and Program Chair, CASPAF at (407) 894-4474

CASPAF's mission is to:
Advance academic research and professional achievement among Chinese Americans and others
Provide a forum to foster networking and partnership opportunities between academic and professional organizations in Asia and the U.S.
Create a database of the local Chinese talent pool to foster future career and research development and collaboration