Publications & Presentations
2011 to Present


Index

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2014

  1. Sentell T., Unick G.J., Ahn, H.J., Braun, K.L., Miyamura, J., & Shumway, M. (In Press). Rates, severity of illness, and length of stay across inpatient hospitalizations in Asian Americans, Pacific Islanders, and Whites. Psychiatric Services.
  2. Braun, K.L., Browne, C.V., Ka`opua, L.S., Kim, B.J., & Mokuau, N. (2014). Research on Indigenous elders: From positivistic to decolonizing methodologies. The Gerontologist, 54(1), 117‐126. doi: 10.1093/geront/gnt067
  3. Browne, C.V., Mokuau, N., Ka`opua, L.S., Kim, B.J., Higuchi, P., & Braun, K. (2014). Listening to the voices of nā kūpuna and `ohana caregivers: Discussions on aging, health, and care preferences. Journal of Cross‐Cultural Gerontology.doi: 10.1007/s1083‐014‐9227‐8


2013

  1. Allison, A., Ishihara‐Wong, D., Domingo, J., Nishioka, J., Tsark, J., & Braun, K.L., (2013) Helping cancer patients across the care continuum: The navigation program at The Queen’s Medical Center. Hawai`i Journal of Medicine and Public Health, 72, 116‐122.
  2. Khil, T.S., & Kim, B.J. (2013). Rhythm action game, synesthetic application of aural images among older adults: Focused on music treatment and learning of music appreciation. Korean Journal of Computer Game. 69‐77.
  3. Mokuau, N. & Mataira, P. (2013) From trauma to triumph: Perspectives for Native Hawaiian and Maori peoples. In M. Gray, J. Coates, M.Y Bird, & T. Hetherington (Eds.), Decolonizing Social Work (pp. 145‐164). Burlington, VT: Ashgate Publishers
  4. Nakatasuka, N., Esquivel, L., Levin, M., Browne, C.V., & Braun, K.L. (2013). Addressing the unique challenges facing kanaka maoli living in the continental U.S. Hu`ili Journal Press, Kamehameha Schools, Honolulu, 133‐149.
  5. Nishita, C., & Browne, C. (2013). Advancing research in transitional care: Challenges of culture, language and health literacy in Asian American and Native Hawaiian elders. Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved, 24, 404‐418.
  6. Sentell, T., Dela Cruz, M.R., Heo, H.H., & Braun, K.L. (2013) Health literacy, health communication challenges, and cancer screening among rural Native Hawaiians and Filipino Women. Journal of Cancer Education, 28(2), 325‐34. doi: 10.1007/s13187‐013‐0471‐3 [Epub]


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2012

  1. Browne, C. (2012). Gender, globalization, and eldercare work. In I. Ness (ed.), Encyclopedia of Global Human Migration. Wiley-Blackwell, London, England.
  2. Aitaoto, N., Braun, K.L., Estrella, J., Epeluk, A., & Tsark, J. (2012) Woman to woman: A culturally appropriate cancer outreach project for and by Micronesian women. Preventing Chronic Disease, 9, 100262. doi:10.5888/pcd9.100262.
  3. Hernandez, B.Y., Ka`opua, L.S., Ah Ching, J., Kamemoto, L.E., Thompson, P.J., Zhu, X., Shvetsov, Y.B., Tofaeono, J., & Tofaeono Willimans, V. (2012). Cervical and anal human papillomavirus infection in adult women in American Samoa. Asia‐Pacific Journal of Public Health. [Epub]
  4. Kaur, J., Coe, K., Rowland, J., Braun, K.L., Conde, F., Burhansstipanov, L., Heiney, S., Kagawa‐Singer, M., & Lu, Q. (2012). Enhancing life after cancer in diverse communities. Cancer, 11(8), 5366‐73. doi: 10.1002/cncr.27491.
  5. Kim, B.J. (2012). Social Security disability insurance. In Marth Sajatovic & Sana Loue (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Immigrant Health. New York, NY: Springer.
  6. Mokuau, N., Braun, K.L., & Daniggelis, E., (2012). Building family capacity for Native Hawaiian women with breast cancer. Health and Social Work, 37, 216‐224.
  7. Mokuau, N., Braun, K.L., & Daniggelis, E., (2012).Testing a family‐centered intervention for Native Hawaiian women with cancer. Health & Social Work, 37, 216‐224. doi: 10.1093/hsw/hls033
  8. Tomioka, M., Braun, K.L., Compton, M., & Tanoue, L. (2012) Adapting Stanford’s Chronic Disease Self‐Management Program to Hawai`i’s multicultural populations. The Gerontologist, 52, 121‐132.doi: 10.1093/geront/gnr054
  9. Tomioka, M., Sugihara, N., & Braun, K.L. (2012). Replicating the EnhanceFitness physical activity program in Hawai`i’s multicultural population: 2007‐2010. Preventing Chronic Disease, 9, 110155. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.5888/pcd9.110155


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2011

  1. Anngela‐Cole, L., Ka`opua, L.S., & Yim, Y.D. (2011). Palliative care, culture, and the Pacific Bain. In T. Altilio and S. Otis‐Green (Co‐editors), Oxford Textbook of Palliative Social Work (pp. 527‐530). New York: Oxford.
  2. Ka`opua, L., Braun, K.L., Browne, C.V., Mokuau, N., & Park, C. (2011). Why are Native Hawaiians underrepresented in Hawai`i’s older adult population? Exploring longevity disparities of Hawaiian elders. Journal of Aging Research, Special Issue on Factors of Longevity. doi:10.4061/2011/701232
  3. Ka`opua, L.S., Park, S.H., Ward, M.E., & Braun, K.L. (2011). Testing the feasibility of a culturally tailored breast cancer screening intervention with Native Hawaiian women in rural churches. Health & Social Work, 36, 55‐68.
  4. Kim, B.J., & Sung, K.T. (2011). Teaching repayment of parents’ kindness. Educational Gerontology, 37(10), 899‐909.
  5. Mokuau, N. (2011) Culturally‐based solutions to preserve the health of Native Hawaiians. Journal of Ethnic & Cultural Diversity in Social Work, 20, 98‐113. Revised 4‐17‐14
  6. Mokuau, N. & Tauili`ili, P. (2011) Families with Native Hawaiian and Samoan Roots. In E. Lynch and M. Hanson (Eds.), Developing cross cultural competence: A guide for working with young children and their families, 4th edition (Chapter 10). Baltimore, MD: Brookes Publishing Company.
  7. Payam, A., Shiramizu, B., Shikuma, C., Milne, C., Terada, K., Kajioka, E., Ka`opua, L.S., Cassel, K., & Chow, D. (2011). HIV‐associated anal dysplasia: experience from a multiethnic‐HIV Clinic in Hawaii. Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved, 22, 17‐23.
  8. Sugihara, N., Watanabe, M., Tomioka, M., Braun, K.L., & Pang, L. (2011). Saving money through exercise: Estimating the investment‐to‐return ratio of an elderly exercise program on Kaua`i. Hawai`i Medical Journal, 70, 116‐120.
  9. Sentell, T., Baker, K.K., Onaka, A., Braun, K.L. (2011). Low health literacy and health outcomes in Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders. Journal of Health Communication, 16, 279‐294.


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Fact Sheets, Technical Reports, Posters and Presentations


Fact Sheets

  1. Integration of Cultural Concepts in Establishing Hā Kūpuna: The National Resource Center for Native Hawaiian Elders
    LB Choy, N Mokuau, KL Braun, and CV Browne ‐ Exerpted by LS Ka`opua
    Hā Kūpuna, The National Resource Center for Native Hawaiian Elders, University of Hawai`i, Myron B. Thompson School of Social Work, Honolulu, HI: 2011
  2. Life Expectancy, Morbidity, and Health Practices of Native Hawaiian Elders: A Review of Hawai`i Surveillance Data
    KL Braun, NMokuau, and CV Browne
    Hā Kūpuna, The National Resource Center for Native Hawaiian Elders, University of Hawai`i, Myron B. Thompson School of Social Work, Honolulu, HI: 2010
  3. Adversity and Resiliency in the Lives of Native Elders
    CV Browne, N Mokuau, and KL Braun
    Hā Kūpuna, The National Resource Center for Native Hawaiian Elders, University of Hawai`i, Myron B. Thompson School of Social Work, Honolulu, HI: 2010


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Technical Reports

  1. Listening to the Voices of Hā Kūpuna and `Ohana Caregivers in Hawai`i: Discussions on Aging, Health, and Well‐being
    CV Browne, KL Braun, N Mokuau, LS Ka`opua and P Higuchi
    Hā Kūpuna, The National Resource Center for Native Hawaiian Elders, University of Hawai`i, Myron B. Thompson School of Social Work, Honolulu, HI: 2011
  2. Ku Me Ka `Ohana: Stand Tall with Families.
    N Mokuau, KL Braun, and E Daniggelis.
    University of Hawai`i, Myron B. Thompson School of Social Work, Honolulu, HI: 2011.
  3. Life Expectancy, Morbidity, and Health Practices of Native Hawaiian Elders: A Review of Hawai`i Surveillance Data
    KL Braun, N Mokuau, and CV Browne
    Hā Kūpuna, The National Resource Center for Native Hawaiian Elders, University of Hawai`i, Myron B. Thompson School of Social Work, Honolulu, HI: 2010
  4. Assessing the Health and Long‐term Care Needs of Native Hawaiian Elders and Their Caregivers: Results from Key Informant Interviews in Hawai`i
    CV Browne, N Mokuau, KL Braun, and L Choy
    Hā Kūpuna, The National Resource Center for Native Hawaiian Elders, University of Hawai`i, Myron B. Thompson School of Social Work, Honolulu, HI: 2008


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Posters and Presentations

  1. Browne, C.V., Braun, K.L., Ka`opua, L.S., Kim, B.J., & Mokuau, N. (2013, June). Issues in mixed method research in aging with racial/ethnic minorities. Oral presentation at the International Association of Gerontology & Geriatrics (IAGG), Seoul, South Korea.
  2. Braun, K.L., Browne, C.V., Ka`opua, L.S., Kim, B.J., & Mokuau, N. (2013, June). Research traditions informing inquiry on Indigenous elders. Oral presentation at the International Association of Gerontology & Geriatrics (IAGG), Seoul, South Korea.
  3. Kim, B.J., Braun, K.L., Browne, C.V., Ka`opua, L.S., & Mokuau, N. (2013, June). Demographic and health characteristics among Native Hawaiian. Poster presentation at the International Association of Gerontology & Geriatrics (IAGG), Seoul, South Korea.
  4. Browne, C.V., & Braun, K.L. (2013, April) A focus group research with Native Hawaiian elders. APM, American Society on Aging (ASA), Chicago, IL.
  5. Browne, C.V. (2012, October) Elder and `ohana long‐term care service and support needs in Hawai`i. Aha Kupuna Conference, Maui, HI.
  6. Browne, C.V., Mokuau, N., Braun, K.L., Ka`opua, L.S.(2012, September) Qualitative research strategies with ethnic minority elders. Hawai`iPacific Gerontological Conference, Honolulu, HI.
  7. Browne, C.V. (2012, September) Current research on regional population aging and longevity. The 2nd International Symposium on Population Aging and Longevity. Chengmai, Hainan, China
  8. Hosted by the Peoples Government of Hainan Province China Association for Social and Economic System Analysis Research Northeast Asia Economic Forum Civil Affairs Bureau of Hainan Province (2012, September).
  9. Browne, C.V., Mokuau, N., Braun, K.L., Ka`opua, L.S.(2012, June) Assessing long‐term care needs of Indigenous elders: The case of Native Hawaiians. 21st Nordic Conference in Gerontology. Copenhagen, Denmark.
  10. Browne, C.V., Braun, K.L. (2012, March) Qualitative research methods with racial/ethnic elders. APM, American Society on Aging, Washington, DC.
  11. Browne, C.V. (2011, November). Cross cultural needs assessment: The case of Native Hawaiian Kupuna and their caregivers. Columbia University School of Social Work, New York City, NY.
  12. Browne, C.V., Braun, K.L., Nishita, C., Mokuau, N., Ka`opua, L., & Higuchi, P. (2011, November) Social and health disparities among elders in Hawai`i: Implications for health literacy. APM, Gerontological Society of America, Boston, MA.
  13. Browne, C.V., Mokuau, N., & Braun, K.L. (2011, April) Assessing elder long‐term care service and support needs in a multicultural community. APM, American Society on Aging, San Francisco, CA.
  14. Browne, C.V., Mokuau, N., Braun, K.L. (2011, August). Assessing Native elder and caregiver long‐term care needs. Administration on Aging Title VI Technical Assistance Conference, Washington, DC.
  15. Browne, C.V., Braun, K.L., Carlile, L. (2011, July). Aging in Asia and the Pacific Region: Highlights of regional trends, responses and global directions. Sakamaki Extraordinary Lecture Series, University of Hawaii, Honolulu, HI.
  16. Browne, C.V., Nishita, C., Braun, K.L., Mokuau, N., Ka`opua, L., & Higuchi, P, (2011). Social and health disparities among elders in Hawai`i: Implications for health literacy, Hā Kūpuna, The National Resource Center for Native Hawaiian Elders, University of Hawai`i, Myron B. Thompson School of Social Work, Honolulu, HI
  17. Braun, K.L., Browne, C.V., Mokuau, M., & Higuchi, P. (2009) Health disparities among elders in Hawai`i, Hā Kūpuna, The National Resource Center for Native Hawaiian Elders, University of Hawai`i, Myron B. Thompson School of Social Work, Honolulu, HI


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Publications


General Brochure:

Hā Kūpuna, The National Resource Center for Native Hawaiian Elders [pdf]


Biblography of Publications by Center Staff through 2010

  1. Anngela‐Cole, L., Ka`opua, L., & Busch, M. (2010). Issues confronting social workers in the provision of palliative care services in the Pacific Basin (Hawai`i and the U.S. Affiliated Pacific Island nations and territories). Journal of Social Work in End‐of‐Life and Palliative Care, 6(3‐4), 150‐163.
  2. Braun, K.L., & Browne, C. (1997). Cultural values and caregiving patterns among Asian and Pacific Islander Americans. In D. Redburn and R. McNamara (Eds.), Social gerontology (pp. 155‐182). Westport, CT: Greenwood.
  3. Braun, K.L., & Browne, C. (1998). Perceptions of dementia, caregiving, and help seeking among Asian and Pacific Islander Americans. Health and Social Work, 23, 262‐274.
  4. Braun, K.L., Fong, M., Gotay, C., Chong, C., & Pagano, I. (2005). Ethnicity and breast cancer in Hawai`i: Increased survival, but continued disparity. Ethnicity and Disease, 15, 453‐460.
  5. Braun, K.L., Fong, M., Ka`ano`i, M., Kamaka M., & Gotay, C. (2005). Testing a culturally appropriate, theory‐based intervention to increase colorectal cancer screening among Native Hawaiians. Preventive Medicine, 40, 619‐627.
  6. Braun, K.L., Karel, H., & Zir, A. (2006). Differential response to end‐of‐life booklets by family caregiver stage and ethnicity. American Journal of Hospice and Palliative Medicine, 23, 269‐276.
  7. Braun, K.L., Look, M., Yang, H., Onaka, A., & Horiuchi, B. (1996). Native Hawaiian mortality in 1980 and 1990 in the State of Hawai`i. American Journal of Public Health, 86, 888‐889.
  8. Braun, K.L., Mokuau, N., Hunt, G.H., Ka`ano`i, M., & Gotay, C. (2002). Supports and barriers to cancer survival for Hawai`i’s native people. Cancer Practice, 10, 192‐200.
  9. Braun, K.L., Mokuau, N., & Tsark, J. (1997). Cultural themes in health, illness, and rehabilitation among Native Hawaiians. Topics in Geriatric Rehabilitation, 12(3), 19‐37.
  10. . Braun, K.L., & Nichols, R. (1996). Cultural issues in death and dying. Hawai`i Medical Journal, 55, 260‐264.
  11. Braun, K.L., Onaka, A., & Horiuchi, B. (2001). Advance directive completion rates and end‐of‐life preferences in Hawai`i. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, 49, 1708‐1713.
  12. Braun, K.L., Pietsch, J.H., & Blanchette, P.L. (Eds.). (2000). Cultural issues in end‐of‐life decision making. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
  13. Braun, K.L., Takamura, J., Forman, S., Sasaki, P., & Meinenger, L. (1995). Developing and testing outreach materials in Alzheimer’s Disease for Asian and Pacific Islander Americans. The Gerontologist, 35, 122‐126.
  14. Braun, K.L., Tanji, V., & Heck, R. (2001). Support for physician‐assisted suicide: Exploring the impact of ethnicity and attitudes toward planning for death. The Gerontologist, 41, 51‐60.
  15. Braun, K.L., Tsark, J., Santos, L., Aitaoto, N., & Chong, C. (2006). Building Native Hawaiian capacity in cancer research and programming: The Legacy of `Imi Hale. Cancer, 107 (8 Suppl), 2082‐2090.
  16. Braun, K.L., Yang, H., Look, M., Onaka, A., & Horiuchi, B. (1996). Age‐specific Native Hawaiian mortality rates: A comparison of full, part, and non‐Hawaiians. Asian American and Pacific Islander Journal of Health, 4, 352‐362.
  17. Braun, K.L., Yang, H., Onaka, A., & Horiuchi, B. (1996). Life and death in Hawai`i: Ethnic variations in mortality and life expectancy. Hawai`i Medical Journal, 55, 278‐283, 302.
  18. Braun, K.L., Yang, H., Onaka, A., & Horiuchi, B. (1997). Asian and Pacific Islander mortality differences in Hawai`i. Social Biology, 44, 213‐226.
  19. Braun, K.L., Yee, B., Browne, C.V., & Mokuau, N. (2004). Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander elders. In K. Whitfield (Ed.), Closing the gap: Improving the health of minority elders in the new millennium (pp. 55‐68). Washington, DC: Gerontological Society of America.
  20. Braun, K.L., Yee, B., Mokuau, N., & Browne, C. (2004). Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander elders. Closing the gap: A report on minority aging (pp. 47‐59). Washington, DC: Gerontological Society of America.
  21. Browne, C.V., Braun, K.L., Mokuau, N. & McLaughlin, L. (2002). Developing a multisite project in geriatric and/or gerontological education with emphasis in interdisciplinary practice and cultural competence. The Gerontologist, 42, 698‐704.
  22. Browne, C. & Broderick, A. (1994). Asian and Pacific Island elders: Implications for social work practice and education. Social Work, 39, 252‐259.
  23. Browne, C.V., & Mokuau, N. (2008). Preparing students for culturally competent practice with ethnic minority elders. Journal of Educational Gerontology, 34, 306‐327.
  24. Browne, C.V., Mokuau, N. & Braun, K.L. (2009). Adversity and resiliency in the lives of Native Hawaiian elders. Social Work, 54(3), 253‐261.
  25. Browne, C.V., & Richardson, V. (2006). Older adults in other minority groups. In B. Berkman (Ed.), In Handbook of Social Work in Health and Aging (pp. 301-312). New York, New York: Oxford University Press.
  26. Ewalt, P.L. & Mokuau, N. (1995). Self‐determination from a Pacific Islander perspective. Social Work, 40, 168‐175.
  27. Fong, M., Braun, K.L., & Chang, M. (2006). Native Hawaiian preferences for informed consent and disclosure of results from genetic research. Journal of Cancer Education, 21(Suppl.), S47‐S52.
  28. Fong, M., Braun, K.L., & Tsark, J. (2003). Improving Native Hawaiian health through community‐based participatory research. Californian Journal of Health Promotion, 1, 136‐148.
  29. Gellert, K., Braun, K.L., Starkey, V. & Morris, W. (2006, July). The `Ohana (Family) Day Project—A community approach to increase cancer screening. Preventing Chronic Disease [serial online].
  30. Ka`opua, L.S. (2008). Developing a culturally‐responsive breast cancer screening promotion with Native Hawaiian women in churches. Health & Social Work, 33, 169‐177.
  31. Ka`opua, L.S., Tofaeono, J.F., Park, S.H., Scanlan, L.Y., Ward, M.E., Tofaeono, V.W., & Foifua, S.J. (2010). Tautai Lavea`i: Developing a breast cancer patient navigation program in American Samoa. Journal of Indigenous Voices in Social Work, 1, 1‐20.
  32. Matsuoka, J. Mokuau, N. & Paul, L. (1998). Economic change on a Hawaiian island. Social Development Issues, 20(3), 73‐96.
  33. McLaughlin, L., & Braun, K.L. (1998). Asian and Pacific Islander cultural values: Considerations for health care decision‐making. Health and Social Work, 23, 116‐126.
  34. Mokuau, N. (2008). Native Hawaiians and other Pacific Islanders. In Social Work Encyclopedia. Washington, D.C.: National Association of Social Workers.
  35. Mokuau, N. (2002). Culturally based interventions for substance use and child abuse among Native Hawaiians. Public Health Reports. 117(Suppl 1), S82–S87.
  36. Mokuau, N. (1996). Health and well‐being for Pacific Islanders: Status, barriers and resolutions. Asian American and Pacific Islander Journal of Health, 4(1‐3), 55‐67.
  37. Mokuau, N. (1990). A family‐centered approach in native Hawaiian culture. Families in Society: The Journal of Contemporary Human Services, 71(10), 607‐613.
  38. Mokuau, N. (1990). The impoverishment of native Hawaiians and the social work challenge. Health and Social Work, 15(3), 235‐242.
  39. Mokuau, N., & Braun, K.L. (2007). Family support for Native Hawaiian women with breast cancer. Journal of Cancer Education, 22(3), 191‐196.
  40. Mokuau, N., Braun, K.L., Wong, L., Higuchi, P., & Gotay, C. (2008). Testing the feasibility of a family intervention for Native Hawaiian women with cancer: A pilot study. Social Work, 53(1), 9‐19.
  41. Mokuau, N. & Browne, C. (1994). Life themes of Native Hawaiian female elders (kūpuna): Resources for cultural preservation. Social Work, 39, 43‐49.
  42. Mokuau, N., Browne, C.V., & Braun, K.L. (1998). Na Kūpuna in Hawai`i: A review of social and health status, service use, and the importance of value‐based interventions. Pacific Health Dialog, 5(2), 282‐289.
  43. Mokuau, N., Garlock‐Tuialii, J., & Lee, P. (2008). Has social work met its commitment to Native Hawaiians and other Pacific Islanders?: A review of the periodical literature. Social Work, 53(2), 115‐121.
  44. Mokuau, N., Hishinuma, E. & Nishimura, S. (2001) Validating a measure of religiousness/spirituality for Native Hawaiians. Pacific Health Dialog: Journal of Community Health and Clinical Medicine for the Pacific, 8(2), 407‐416.
  45. Mokuau, N., Hughes, C. & Tsark. J. (1995). Heart disease and associated risk factors among Hawaiians: Culturally responsive strategies. Health and Social Work, 20(1), 46‐51.
  46. Mokuau, N. & Iuli, P. (2000). Nalani Ethel C.: Social work with a Hawaiian woman and her family. In R. Rivas & G. Hull, Jr. (Eds.), Case studies in generalist practice, 2nd edition (pp. 23‐29). Belmont, CA: Brooks/Cole.
  47. Mokuau, N., Lukela, D., Obra, A. & Voeller, M. (1997). Native Hawaiian spirituality: A perspective on connections. Honolulu: University of Hawai`i School of Social Work and the Native Hawaiian Safe and Drug Free Schools and Communities Program.
  48. Mokuau, N. & Matsuoka, J. (1995). Turbulence among a native people: Social work practice with Hawaiians. Social Work, 40(4), 465‐472.
  49. Mokuau, N., Reid, N. & Napalapalai, N. (2002). Ho`omana: Native Hawaiian women’s views on spirituality. Honolulu: University of Hawai`i School of Social Work.
  50. Mokuau, N. & Tauiliili, P. (2004). Families with Native Hawaiian and Samoan Roots. In E. Lynch & M. Hanson (Eds.), Developing cross cultural competence: A guide for working with young children and their families, 3rd edition (pp. 345‐371). Baltimore, MD: Brookes Publishing Company.
  51. Richards, M., Browne, C.V., and Broderick, A. (1994). Teaching clinical social work with Asian and Pacific Island elders: Strategies for the classroom. Journal of Gerontology and Geriatric Education, 14(3), 49‐64.
  52. Tsark, J., & Braun, K.L. (2001). Ten‐year changes in breast cancer knowledge, attitudes, and practices in Native Hawaiian women. Pacific Health Dialog, 8, 280‐289.


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