Poster Session #1

Sunday July 15, 11:15 AM—12:30 PM

Campus Center Dining Room


Theme:  Medical Education

He Hono Wāhine – Committee to Action

Leigh Duncan


Making Progress: The University of Hawaii at Manoa (UHM) Department of Surgery’s Cross-Cultural Health Care Efforts from 2008-2018

Marie B.J. Chun


Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists Reconcilation Plan

Kym Jenkins


Theme:  Changing Systems of Care

Aka Mātua: Asset Mapping in Partnership with Ngāti Pāhauwera Iwi

Anna Adcock, Beverley Lawton, Charles Lambert


Indigenous Health Promotion and Self-Determination: A Look at the   Local Culture Based Practice in Haituan, Taiwan

Ena Ying-tzu Chang


The restrictions of medical resources and social structures

Xiaowu Wang


Theme:  Clinical Care

Mental Health Literacy for First Nations Youth: A Constructivist    Grounded Theory Study

Rita Henderson


Stroke Awareness and Education among Native Hawaiians and Hawai‛i Locals

Kristen Linton


Media Portrayals of Māori and Bariatric Surgery in Aotearoa/New Zealand

Jamie-Lee Rahiri


Mā te wāhine, mā te whenua, ka ngaro te tangata.  Wāhine and whānau experiences informing the maternal-infant health care system

Kendall Stevenson


He Pikinga Waiora

Chae Simpson


A review of the literature on Native Hawaiian end-of-life care:               Implications for research and practice.

Shelley Wong


How to Face the Problem of Drinking - The Experience of Frustration in Jian Township

Mona Watan


Theme: Research

Tuberculosis in the Indigenous Child in Canada: Results from             Nationwide Surveillance

Ryan Giroux


Investigating the Role of Epigenetics in the Anti-Cancer Activity of Noni and the Hawaiian Concept of Health

Ka’ahukane Leite-Ah Yo


Poster Session #2

Monday July 16, 11:30 AM—12:15 PM

Campus Center Dining Room


Theme: Medical Education

Indigenous Writing Retreats: Native American community members and scholars in action!

Whitney Ann Henry


Talking the Talk to Walk the Walk - Learning Te Reo Maori prior to graduating from medical school

Reagan Humphrey


Jindaola: Embedding Aboriginal Knowledges from the South Coast, of NSW Australia across the Science Medicine and Health     curricula at the University of Wollongong.

Sharon Gray


Adapting medical education cultural          competency curricula to other disciplines-What really matters?

Martina Kamaka, Dee-Ann Carpenter


Australia’s First Indigenous Medical Student Council

Brandon Kober-Brown, Sarah O’Brien, Aidan  Sullivan


Experiences of General Practitioners with Australian Indigenous Cultural Training

Kathryn Dalmer


Taiwan's Indigenous Health Indicators (2014)

Mona Watan


The co-design of a mental wellbeing initiative for Pacific  tertiary students: A pilot study.

Leina Tucker-Masters


Siksikaitsitapi Parenting of Children with Disabilities

Pearl Yellow Old Woman


Non-Communicable Diseases as an Emerging Health Security Threat

Jennifer J. Walker, Mililani Trask-Batti


Interprofessional Practice, the way forward: Leadership & Culture leading to action

Donna Murray, Nicole Turner


Tribal engagement is key in successfully   implementing pathway programming for American Indians and Alaska Natives into health professional careers.

Amanda Bruegl


Being Indigenous

Tien Lin Chen Hsin