Pacific Islander Culture<br />By: Rosiland Scobey<br />
Pacific Islanders and Native Hawaiians (PI & NA)<br />“Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander” refers to persons with ancest...
An American of Japanese and European Ancestry Born in Hawaii<br />Raised in 1950’s Hawaii<br />Moo-moo’s on Fridays and Le...
Attitude Toward Health Care<br />Mom<br />Family of 11<br />Franks, 2010<br />
Access to Health Care<br />Orthodontics<br />Language barriers<br />Disparities<br />Lumping<br />Chronic Illnesses<br />F...
Communication Patterns<br />Verbal praise and disappointment<br />An accent<br />Franks, 2010<br />
Relationships Among People<br />Not “touchy feely”<br />Ohana<br />Franks, 2010<br />Hintz, 1999<br />
Similarities Between Our Cultures<br />Religion<br />Importance of education<br />Respect for elders<br />Taro and yams<br />
Differences Between Our Cultures<br />Aquatic recreation<br />-he’enalu-Sliding on a wave<br />We are “touchy feely”<br />...
Implications for Therapeutic Intervention<br />Brain damage from hypoxia caused by drowning<br />Celebrating 1st birthdays...
Out of the ShadowsHealth Care Disparity Solutions<br />Disaggregation<br />Community-based Participatory Research (CBPR)<b...
Hawaiian Tutor<br />Aloha<br />Ae<br />Aole<br />Mahalo<br />“Dakine grinds Hawaii mo bettah.” <br />Welcome, goodbye, ...
Old Hawaiian saying:<br />Thomas, 2007<br />“If you plan for one year, plant taro. <br />If you plan for ten years, plant ...
References<br />Asian & Pacific Islander Health Forum. (2010). Asian & Pacific Islander Health Disparities. Retrieved from...
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Native hawaiians and pacific islanders (nhpi)

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  • 1. Pacific Islander Culture<br />By: Rosiland Scobey<br />
  • 2. Pacific Islanders and Native Hawaiians (PI & NA)<br />“Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander” refers to persons with ancestry in any of the original peoples of the islands of Polynesia, Micronesia, and Melanesia<br />0.3% of American population<br />Asian & Pacific Islander Health Forum. (2010)<br />
  • 3. An American of Japanese and European Ancestry Born in Hawaii<br />Raised in 1950’s Hawaii<br />Moo-moo’s on Fridays and Lei’s on King Day<br />Hoales<br />“It’s not all just beaches and surfing”<br />Franks, 2010<br />
  • 4. Attitude Toward Health Care<br />Mom<br />Family of 11<br />Franks, 2010<br />
  • 5. Access to Health Care<br />Orthodontics<br />Language barriers<br />Disparities<br />Lumping<br />Chronic Illnesses<br />Franks, 2010<br />Ro, 2010<br />
  • 6. Communication Patterns<br />Verbal praise and disappointment<br />An accent<br />Franks, 2010<br />
  • 7. Relationships Among People<br />Not “touchy feely”<br />Ohana<br />Franks, 2010<br />Hintz, 1999<br />
  • 8. Similarities Between Our Cultures<br />Religion<br />Importance of education<br />Respect for elders<br />Taro and yams<br />
  • 9. Differences Between Our Cultures<br />Aquatic recreation<br />-he’enalu-Sliding on a wave<br />We are “touchy feely”<br />How we view biculturalism<br />
  • 10. Implications for Therapeutic Intervention<br />Brain damage from hypoxia caused by drowning<br />Celebrating 1st birthdays and valuing elders<br />American Samoans and football<br />Franks, 2010<br />Hintz, 1999<br />
  • 11. Out of the ShadowsHealth Care Disparity Solutions<br />Disaggregation<br />Community-based Participatory Research (CBPR)<br />Increased research<br />Ro, 2010<br />
  • 12. Hawaiian Tutor<br />Aloha<br />Ae<br />Aole<br />Mahalo<br />“Dakine grinds Hawaii mo bettah.” <br />Welcome, goodbye, I love you<br />Yes<br />No<br />Thank you<br />“The food in Hawaii is really good.”<br />Thomas, 2007<br />
  • 13. Old Hawaiian saying:<br />Thomas, 2007<br />“If you plan for one year, plant taro. <br />If you plan for ten years, plant koa. <br />But if you plan for a hundred years, teach your children.”<br />
  • 14. References<br />Asian & Pacific Islander Health Forum. (2010). Asian & Pacific Islander Health Disparities. Retrieved from http://www.apiahf.org/images/stories/Documents/publications_database/nhpi_health_disparities.pdf<br />Bitton, A., Zaslavsky, A. M., Ayanian, J.Z. (2010). Health risks, chronic diseases, and access to care among US Pacific Islanders. Journal of General Internal Medicine, 25, 435-440. DOI 10.1007/s11606-1241-0<br />Hintz, M. (1999). Many islands, many cultures. In D. Teramoto (Consultant), America the beautiful: Hawaii (pp. 104-115). New York, NY: Children’s Press<br />Ro, M. J., Yee, A. K. (2010). Out of the shadows: Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians, and Pacific Islanders. American Journal of Public Health, 100, 776-778. DOI 10.2105/AJPH.2010.192229<br /> Thomas, W. D. (2007). Portraits of the states: Hawaii. Milwaukee, WI: Gareth Stevens Publishing.<br />