Learning Opportunities & Events

Faculty Opportunities

Community 101 For Researchers

Five module online introductory program to gain a deeper understanding of the historical context of Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander populations in Hawaiʻi, how past research mistakes has shaped current ethics and policies, the impact of researcher biases, priorities of community collaborations, what is community-based participatory research, and successful models for engaging grass roots community in research.

Student Opportunities

JABSOM Social Justice in Medicine

University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa

University of Hawaiʻi Training Opportunities

UH Manoa Safe Zone LGBTQ+ Equity and Inclusion Training

AGCME Equity Matters

JABSOM Grand Rounds

JABSOM: A Sense of History, A Sense of Place (1:08:48) – Oct 7, 2022 – Martina Leialoha Kamaka, MD, Native Hawaiian Center of Excellence Na Pou Kihi Grand Rounds

Determinants of Health and Resilience in the Native Hawaiian Community (54:26) – Mar 15, 2022 – Robin Miyamoto, PsyD, Department of Native Hawaiian Health

Caste, Race and Culture–How Can Elders Effect Meaningful Change? (49:18) – Oct 30, 2021 – Naleen Andrade, MD, Professor, Department of Psychiatry

Department of Geriatrics Grand Rounds: Implicit Bias – Jul 12, 2021 – Andrea Hepuapoʻokela Hermosura, PhD, Department of Native Hawaiian Health

Native Hawaiian Center of Excellence Grand Rounds – Guideposts to Indigenizing Medical and Health Science Education – Feb 8, 2021 – Keawe`aimoku Kahlolokula, Department of Native Hawaiian Health

Department of OB/Gyn Grand Rounds

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Webinars

Plain Language: Speech Therapy for Physician and Nurses (43:09) – July 20, 2022 – Gina French, MD, Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrics & Community Pediatrics, Kapiʻolani Medical Center for Women & Children, Hawaiʻi Pacific Health Medical Group