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Ho'i Hou Ka Mauli Ola: Pathways to Native Hawaiian Health

Winona K. Mesiona Lee and Mele A. Look

Abstract

The book highlights the historic and groundbreaking work by doctors, researchers, and healthcare providers to improve the health and well-being of Native Hawaiians. Through program descriptions, essays, personal reflections and research the authors share insights in medical education, clinical care, and community engagement. Mauli means life, heart, spirit, our essential nature. Ola means well-being, healthy. “Ho’i hou ka mauli ola” or bring back the state of vibrant health is the primary objective and the collective professional and personal commitment of the contributors. Most authors are af ... More

Keywords: Hawaiian, Health, Education, Indigenous, medical, research, community, medical education

Bibliographic Information

Print publication date: 2017 Print ISBN-13: 9780824872731
Published to Hawaii Scholarship Online: January 2018 DOI:10.21313/hawaii/9780824872731.001.0001

Authors

Affiliations are at time of print publication.

Winona K. Mesiona Lee, editor
University of Hawai'i, John A. Burns School of Medicine

Mele A. Look, editor
University of Hawai'i, John A. Burns School of Medicine

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Ki‘eki‘e Lanihuli

Marcus Kawika Iwane and ‘Ānela K. Nacapoy Iwane

E Ola Mau: Insights on Pathways to Health

Richard Kekuni Blaisdell, Mele A. Look, Kamuela Werner, and Benjamin Young

‘Imi Ho‘ōla:Reflections of Dreams Come True

Kelli-Ann Frank Voloch, Karen K. Sakamoto, Patrice Ming-Lei Tim Sing, Nanette Kapulani Mossman Judd, Akolea K. Ioane, and Leimomi Noel Kanagusuku

Kākou: Collaborative Cultural Competency

Martina Leialoha Kamaka, Vanessa S. Wong, Dee-Ann Carpenter, C. Malina Kaulukukui, and Gregory G. Maskarinec

From Kalo to Kauka: Becoming a Native Hawaiian Physician

Malia-Susanne Lee, Benjamin Young, Courtney Kielemaikalani Gaddis, Nina Leialoha Beckwith, Sasha Naomi Kehaulani Hayashi Treschuk Fernandes, and Winona Kaalouahi Mesiona Lee

Community and Research Together

Claire Townsend Ing, Rebecca Delafield, and Shelley Soong

Kalaupapa, a Place Never Forgotten

Kalani Brady and Shelley Soong

Research, Hula, and Health

Māpuana de Silva, Mele A. Look, Kalehua Tolentino, and Gregory G. Maskarinec