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Volume 8

Special Issue: Cancer Control among Pacific Islanders

December, 2010


Table of Contents

   CJHP Editorial Board
   Table of Contents
i-iv
v-vi

Editorial

 
Reducing Cancer Health Disparities among Pacific Islanders in the U.S.
Sora Park Tanjasiri & Ruth Peters
vii-x

Research and Theory

 
Assessing the Effectiveness of Educational Workshops for Breast Cancer Prevention and Early Detection among Samoan and Pacific Islander Women in Southern California
Dorothy Etimani Schmidt-Vaivao, Genesis Lutu, Alisi Tulua-Tata, Marion Hannemann, and Diana M. Tisnado
01-10
Role of Spirituality in Coping with Breast Cancer: A Qualitative Study of Samoan Breast Cancer Survivors and their Supporters
Melanie Sabado, Sora Park Tanjasiri, Sala Mata‘alii, and Marion Hanneman
11-22
Understanding a Pacific Islander Young Adult Perspective on Access to Higher Education
Jacqueline Tran, Michelle Wong, Erin Kahunawaika'ala Wright, Joe Fa`avae, Ashley Cheri, Eric Wat, Keith L. Camacho, and Mary Anne Foo
23-38
A Case Study in Chamorro Community and Academic Engagement for a Community-Partnered Research Approach
Diana M. Tisnado, Lola Sablan-Santos, Linda Guevara, Lourdes Quitugua, Keith Castro, Jay Aromin, Joey Quenga and Jacqueline Tran
39-51
Native Hawaiian Voices: Enhancing the Role of Cultural Values in Community Based Participatory Research
Juliet McMullin, Momi Bone, Jane Ka‘ala Pang, Victor Kaiwi Pang, and Archana McEligot
52-62
Social Support for Chamorro Breast Cancer Survivors on Guam
Lilli Ann Perez, Lisalinda Natividad, William Chung, Robert L. Haddock, Lari Wenzel, and F. Allan Hubbell
63-72

Commentary: Community Perspective

 
The Tongan American Health Professionals Association Promoting Health Through Sharing, Mentoring and Networking
Vanessa Tui`one, Brian Hui, Alisi Tulua-Tata, and Diana M. Tisnado
73-83
Community Commentary: Cultural Considerations for Breast and Cervical Cancer Education among Marshallese Women in the Continental U.S.
Greta Briand and Ruth Peters
84-89
Promoting Breast Cancer Screening through Storytelling by Chamorro Cancer Survivors
Rosa Duenas Manglona, Suzanne Robert, Lucy San Nicolas Isaacson, Marie Garrido, Faye Babauta Henrich, Lola Sablan-Santos, Daisy Le, and Ruth Peters
90-95
Talking Story: Using Culture to Educate Pacific Islander Men About Health and Aging
Alek Sripipatana, Victor Kai'wi Pang, Jane Ka'ala Pang, and Greta Briand
96-100
Identifying the Causes of Cancer Health Disparities: Biologic and Non Biologic Determinants
Keola K. Beale
101-111

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