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Day 1

 

PRIDoC 2018 Academic Program

PRIDoC Pre-conference Workshop:   The Indigenous Faculty Forum

 

Thursday July 12, 2018

Schedule subject to change without notice

 

Haleʻōlelo (College of Hawaiian Language)  

Room 211

7:00 -  8:00 am

 

Breakfast for Indigenous Faculty Forum registrants

8:00-8:10 am

 

Welcome:  Erik Brodt, Northwest Native American Center of Excellence and Malia-Susanne Lee, MD, Native Hawaiian Center of Excellence

8:10-8:40 am

Opening Remarks:  Robert Wood Johnson Foundation in Indian Country:  Silence Is Just Not Speaking Up

Michael Painter

8:40-8:55 am

AIAN and NHPI Faculty in Medical School – current status

Erik Brodt

8:55-9:15 am

Meet your colleagues-small group session

9:15-10:15 am

 

Indigenous Faculty Forum Breakout Sessions

Session 1     Room 211        Strategic Career Planning

Naleen Andrade

 

Session 2      Room 207        Bridging Academic Medicine and Clinical Work

Dee-Ann Carpenter

 

Session 3      Room 202       Providing Meaningful Mentoring

Carlos Gonzales

 

10:15-10:30

Coffee Break for Indigenous Faculty Forum registrants

10:30-11:00am

Reports from Breakout Sessions

11:00-12:30 pm

 

Indigenous Faculty Forum PlenaryRacism, Unconscious Bias and Microaggression in Academia

Health Inequities and Implicit Bias:  A Tool to Better Understand this Relationship among Native Hawaiians, Andrea Hermosura

Bias in Decision Making in Medicine, Elana Curtis

"YOU ARE THE TARGET!"  Indigenous Medical Students Responding to Racism, Bias, Micro- and Macro-Aggression, Dennis McDermott

 

12:30-1:30 pm

Lunch

1:30-2:15 pm

Indigenous Faculty Forum Closing Keynote:  Navigating Politics, Clinical Practice and Academia-Maintaining our Focus on Indigenous Health

Evan Adams

2:15-2:30 pm

Closing Remarks and evaluation

Erik Brodt


 

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Day 2

PRIDoC 2018 Academic Program

Friday, July 13, 2018

Schedule subject to change without notice

Campus Center Dining Room

6:30 -  8:00 am

Breakfast

 

Center for Performing Arts, UH Hilo Campus

8:00-10:00am

 

Kīpaepae Welina – Opening Ceremony

Protocol

Kumu ‘Ōlelo:  Nā Inoa Kūpaianaha, Nomenclature Profundity                                 

Pualani Kanakaole Kanahele

10:00-10:30

Welcoming speeches

10:30-10:45

Coffee Break

10:45-11:30am

 

Morning Keynote:  Healers, Will Our Grandchildren Have a Healthy Future?

Michael Painter, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

11:30-12:00pm

Plenary:  Mana and Mauliola

Kamana’opono Crabbe, Kealoha Fox, Office of Hawaiian Affairs

12:00-12:30 pm

 

Mental Health Plenary:  Racism and Mental Health

J. Keaweʻaimoku Kaholokula, Department of Native Hawaiian Health, John A. Burns School of Medicine

 

Campus Center Dining room

12:30-1:30 pm

Lunch

 

Haleʻōlelo (College of Hawaiian Language)

1:30-2:45 pm

 

Breakout Session A1:   Disability & Mental Health              Room 219

 

After the claim:  who gets help?

Peter Jansen

 

Tribal Culture and Participation:  Preliminary Analysis of the Experience of American Indian and Alaska Native Children and Youth with Functional Impairments

Molly Fuentes

 

A modular approach to therapy for anxiety, depression, trauma or conduct problems in outpatient child and adolescent mental health services in New Zealand:  a single –blind randomized controlled effectiveness trial

Sue Crengle

 

Popular Theatre as a Primary Prevention Approach for Youth Suicide Among Indigenous Communities:  Process and Formative Outcomes

Rita Henderson, Lynden Crowshoe

 

Empowering Strong Families:  Connecting a smoking cessation program with the social determinants of health

Sonya Egert, Noel Hayman, Geoffre Spurling

 

Breakout Session B1:  Medical Education                Room 217

 

Karntun, Yunun, Ringbalun:  Culture, Humour and the Arts in Medical Education

Allan Sumner

 

Examining the predictors of academic outcomes for indigenous Māori, Pacific and rural students admitted into medicine via two equity pathways:   a retrospective observational study at the University of Auckland, Aotearoa, New Zealand.

Elana Curtis

 

Big hands carrying small hands:  A mentoring program for indigenous medical students in Taiwan

Taisu Chingyi Kao, Da Ching Lin

 

Establishing current knowledge and building a foundational curriculum on Indigenous culture and health for undergraduate medical students

Thomas Dymond

 

“A very transformative experience”: elective experiences through the IIAHN

Amanda Fowler-Woods, Marcia Anderson

 

Workshop 1                  Room 211                       90 minute duration

 

Progress in Palliative Care in American Indian and Alaska Native Populations

Judith Kaur

 

Workshop 2                   Room 202                      90 minute duration

 

The Journey of Two Feathers:  Caring for Indigenous Transgender Youth

Shaquita Bell, Tavis Taylor

 

Workshop 3                   Room 115/116              90 minute duration

 

Widening the Sharing Circle: Supporting connection, wellness and resiliency amongst physicians working in Indigenous Health

Terri-Leigh Aldred, Cassandra Felske-Durksen, Rebecca Howse, Carlea Remodo

 

2:45 - 3:15 pm

Coffee Break

 

3:15 – 4:15 pm

Breakout session A2        Mental Health          Room 219

 

Using AD8 screening interview as a primary step in detecting elderly with cognitive impairment with potential of ongoing dementia – a community based screening session in Sandimen township, one of the indigenous districts in Pingtung, Taiwan

Hsiao Chu Lien

 

Fostering Intergenerational Relations in First Nation Communities to Support Health Initiatives that Address Brain Aging and Mental Health

Ashley Cornect-Benoit, Jennifer Walker                  

 

Tssagan Utux (hut for heart):  a mental health unit in a primary health care center

Huei Win Tien, Taisu Chingyi Kao

 

Breakout session B2        Medical Education/WF Development      Room 217

Imi Hoʻōla: Creating Pathways to Success for Indigenous Students in Medicine at the University of Hawaiʻi John A. Burns School of Medicine

Malia Purdy, Winona Lee

 

Aboriginal elders and knowledge holders are key contributors to cultural capacity development in medical students

Sharon Gray

 

Empowering ʻŌpio (next generation): Student-centered, Community-Engaged School-Based Health Education

Malia Agustin, Blane Garcia, May Okihiro

 

Breakout Session C              Workforce development         Room 211

The Tides Are Turning:  Increasing Indigenous General Practice Fellows in Australian

Simone Raye, Olivia O’Donoghue

 

Don’t Miss the Powhiri!  How to build an Indigenous Surgical Workforce

Jaclyn Aramoana-Arlidge

 

Cultural Responsiveness in Action:  Transforming the health workforce

Donna Murray, Nicole Turner

 

“that’s why you employ us Blackfellas!”: the importance of Aboriginal Research Officers in clinical trials

Sissy Tyson, Noel Hayman. Geoffrey Spurling

 

Breakout Session D             Chronic Disease:  Cancer             Room 202

No Nā Kauka, No Ke Ola Pono o Nā Kāne:  Hawaiian physicians helping to improve colon health of Hawaiian men

Nathan Wong, Kalani Brady

 

Stories of Our Men:  American Indian and Alaska Native Colorectal Health

Judith Kaur, David Baines

 

Reducing Cancer Screening Disparities in Medicare Beneficiaries Through Cancer Patient Navigation

William Thomas

 

Breakout Session E                Changing Systems of Care            Room 115/116

Collaborative Reporting:  Two-Eyed Seeing & Our Joint Vision for Holistic Wellness of Indigenous Peoples

Evan Adams,  Nel Wieman

 

Whanau at the interface:  implications for whanau in accessing hospital-based resources

Bridgette Masters-Awatere, Donna Cormack, Rachel Brown

 

Lessons from a junior Indigenous doctor for improving health outcomes:  using a case study of an integrated regional model of care for Aboriginal community controlled service delivery

Brett Shannon   

 

Long term Disability Outcomes and Impacts on everyday Lives After Hospitalisation for Injured Maori

Emma Wyeth


 

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Day 3

PRIDoC 2018 Academic Program

Saturday July 14, 2018

Schedule subject to change without notice

 

Campus Center Dining Room

6:30 – 8:00 am

Breakfast

 

Central Flag Pole, UH Hilo Campus

8:00 am

Board buses, travel to Waimea town (1.5 hours trip)

 

Kahilu Hall, Waimea town

9:30-9:45 am

Welcome to Waimea and E Ala Ola day

9:45-11:15

Mālama Honua Keynote

Pōmai Bertelman, B. Pualani Lincoln, Kaʻiulani Murphy

11:15-11:45

Ola Plenary:  Overview of Traditional Native Hawaiian Healing Practices

Ikaika Dombrigues

11:45-12:30pm

Lunch

11:45 – 12:15

Lunch speaker:  Mauna Kea

Pua Case

12:15-12:30 pm

Board Buses      

  •    Conference attendees to Kanu o ka Āina School
  •    Medical students to Kawaihae
  •    Guests to Waikoloa field trip

 

WAIMEA WELLNESS WORKSHOP DESCRIPTIONS & BIOS-PDF

Kanu o ka ‘Āina School

12:45-2:15  pm

Wellness Workshop Session 1   

 

The Healing Power of Giving                                                     Middle School Classroom

Lise Alexander, Polly Olsen

 

Sharing Our Stories:   Weaving Our Strengths                       Middle  School Classroom

Kate Elliott, Colette Trudeau

 

Medicine Bag Making:  Using Indigenous Craft to Promote Wellness       Lanai

Terry Maresca                                                       

 

Lua:  Hawaiian Warrior Arts                            Lawn

Rudy Valentino, Keahi Warfield

 

Relax, Rejuvenate & Restore:  Simple Lāʻau Lapaʻau (herbal medicine) for Self Care        High School Classroom

Lani Yamasaki

 

Hoʻoponopono (family conflict resolution)                                    High School Classroom

Aloha Bezilla

 

Lomilomi (traditional bodywork)                                High School Classroom

Nerita Machado, Babette Galang

 

Hula                                                                                Lanai and lawn (gym if raining)

Micah Kamohoaliʻi

 

Kahili making (traditional feather work)                                 Gym

Tercia Ku

2:15- 2:30

Water Break

2:30 -4:00

Wellness Workshop Session 2

4:00pm

Board Buses for Mauna Kea Protocol


 

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Day 4

PRIDoC 2018 Academic Program

Sunday, July 15, 2018

Schedule subject to change without notice

 

Campus Center Dining Room

7:00 – 8:30 am

Breakfast and registration

 

Center for Performing Arts, UH Hilo Campus

8:30 – 9:00 am

Papakū Makawalu:  an ancestral system of categorizing and organizing our natural world and all systems of existence.                            

Pualani Kanahele, Huihui Kanahele-Mossman, Kalei Nu‛uhiwa, Ku‛ulei Kanahele

9:00-10:00 am

Morning Plenary:  Mauliauhonua:  Centering Kanaka Well-Being on Re-Adapting to Climate Change

Rosie Alegado, Haunani Kane, Kealoha Fox

10:00-10:15

Coffee Break

10:15-11:15am

IPAC and MAIPT Plenary:  Wildfires in British Columbia and Earthquakes in Hualien, Taiwan:  Impact on Indigenous Communities

Nel Wieman, Taisu Chingyi Kao

 

Haleʻōlelo (College of Hawaiian Language)

11:15-12:45pm

 

Workshop Special session         Room 202           90 minute sessions

Utilizing Hawaiian Traditional Healing Practices within a Native Hawaiian Health Care System

Babette Galang, Ikaika Dombrigues, Sean Chun, Irwin Eli, Robert Alcain, Analika Nahulu

 

Campus Center Dining room

11:15-12:30pm

Poster session #1

Themes:  Medical Education, clinical care, changing systems of care and research topics

12:30 -1:30 pm

 

Lunch

 

Haleʻōlelo (College of Hawaiian Language)

12:45-1:30 pm

Special Kupuna Luncheon (Invitation only)    Room 202

1:30-2:45 pm

Breakout Session A1:    Women’s Health & Chronic Disease:  Cardiac         Room 219

 

He Tapu Te Whare Tangata (the Sacred House of Mankind):  Recommendations for Protecting the Cervical Health of Indigenous Māori Women

Anna Adcock

 

Community Engagement to expand access to reproductive health care in Hawaiʻi

Reni Soon, Jennifer Elia

 

Ethnic Differences in Cardiovascular risk profiles in New Zealand primary care:   Māori leadership required to achieve equity

Matire Harwood

 

Effect of a health literacy intervention trial on knowledge about cardiovascular disease medications among Indigenous peoples in Australia, Canada, and New Zealand

Sue Crengle

 

Mismatches between rheumatic fever service delivery and community expectations in the delivery of secondary prophylaxis and recurrent hospitalisations for Māori and Pasifika in Aotearoa, New Zealand

Anneka Anderson, Julie Wade

 

Breakout Session B1:  Workforce Development               Room 217

 

The impact of a health pathways mentoring program on high school and medical student in a predominately native Hawaiian community

Kelli-Ann Voloch, Malia Lee, Jerrick Laimana

 

Experience of Applying for Health Professional Programmes under the Māori Sub-Category of Admissions at Te Whare Wānanga o Ōtākou

Nadine Houia-Ashwell

 

Strengthening the pathway to Medical Careers for American Indians and Alaska Natives

Carlos Gonzales, Teshia Solomon

 

The Strength of our cultures is the strength of our future workforce

Donna Murray

 

Facing Future:  Physician Workforce development on the Big Island of Hawaiʻi

Mary Nordling, Kēhau Kong, Tereza Molfino

 

Workshop 1                  Room 211                       90 minute duration

 

Having the Hard Conversations:  Employing deep listening, deconstruction and ‘holding’ to work through student dissonance and resistance in cultural safety education

David Sjoberg, Dennis McDermott

 

Workshop 2                   Room 101                      90 minute duration

 

PRIDoC True Colours Sharing Circle

Amanda and Melinda Fowler-Woods

 

Workshop 3                   Room 115/116              90 minute duration

 

KaHOLO my way to a healthier me

Piʻilani Kaʻawaloa, Stacy Haumea, Desmon Haumea, Mele Look

2:45 - 3:15 pm

Coffee Break

3:15 – 4:00pm

Breakout session A2        Changing Systems of Care         Room 219

 

Innovating Indigenous Primary Health Care in Alberta:  An Emerging Congress for Overdue Reform.

Rita Henderson, Lynden (Lindsay) Crowshoe

 

A model of medicines optimization in partnership with whanau

Leanne Te Karu, Rawiri Jansen

 

Achieving health equity with digital technology

Lance O’Sullivan

 

Breakout Session B2            Workforce Development      room 217

 

“Mirrors, Windows and Doors” – (Mirrors of reflection, Windows of opportunity & Doors of access)

Lincoln Nicholls

 

Mauoli Ola for Waimea:  a partnership between hospital, health and schools

Diane Paloma, Liana Honda, Mahina Paishon-Duarte, Mele Look  

 

Reconciliation in our Nations

Kym Jenkins, Rees Tapsell

 

Breakout Session C         Workforce Development        Room 211

 

Healing Conversations…a practical framework for improved health practitioner communication with Aboriginal patients in the clinical setting.

Andrea McKevitt, David Paul

 

Traditional Aboriginal Medicine and Medical Practices in Newcastle Australia and Local Surrounding Areas during the Precolonization Period

Erika Chapman-Burgess, Leila Usher

 

 Doctors teaching doctors Māori language

Danny de Lore, Mania Campbell-Seymour, Hazel Wilks

 

Breakout Session D                                Room 115/116

 

Hauora Maori Praxis:  role of video scenarios as appropriate learning method of the Hauora Maori curriculum for health professional students

Shona Naera

 

The transformation of the continuing education for medical personnel of indigenous communities (CEMPIC)

Shiau Ming Kang

 

Effective cultural safety training:   What does it look like, and how do we measure it?  A qualitative systematic review of the literature.

Jessica Dawson, Dennis McDermott

 

Breakout Session E             Mini workshop              Room 101

 

Energy Work, Complementary Procedures in an Allopathic Practice

Tavis Taylor


 

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Day 5

PRIDoC 2018 Academic Program

Monday July 16, 2018

Schedule subject to change without notice

 

Campus Center Dining Room

7:00-8:30 am

Breakfast

 

Center for Performing Arts, UH Hilo Campus

8:30-8:45 am

 

Revisiting :  ‘Oi Ola Wai Honua

Kekuhi Kealiʻikanakaʻole

8:45-9:45 am

 

Morning Keynote:  NIH Addresses the Science of Diversity:  Focusing on Institutional Chang

Hannah Valantine, U.S. National Institutes of Health National Heart Lung Blood Institute

9:45-10:30am

 

Plenary Panel:  Changing Systems of Care

South Central foundation’s NUKA System of Care

Donna Galbreath

Grappling with Governance - Quality, Self-determination & Transformation in Indigenous Health

Evan Adams

10:30-10:45am

Coffee Break

10:45-11:30am

 

Plenary Panel:  Pacific Islander Health

Marshallese migrants health status in the United States: An indicator of US health policy

Sheldon Riklon

Micronesia Healthcare in Hawai‘i and the Pacific Basin

Wilfred Alik

 

Campus Center Dining room

11:30-12:15

Poster Session #2

Themes:  Medical Education, Community Health, Workforce Development

12:15-1:30 pm

Lunch

 

Haleʻōlelo (College of Hawaiian Language)

1:30-2:45 pm

 

Breakout Session A1:   Changing Systems of Care              Room 219

Wholistic Health Care Model from Cradleboard to Headstone

Warner Adam, Terri-Leigh Aldred, Matthew Summerskill

 

Whanau rituals of encounter in combatting health system barriers

Rachel Brown

 

First Nations and American Indians as Sovereign:  Workforce behavioral health, research and philosophies of the Indigenous

Rodney Haring

 

Traditional Māori health systems (rognoā)-what was, is and will be?

Erena Wikaire                                

 

2025 Indigenous Health White Paper- Medical System Planning

Mona Watan

 

Workshop 1            Room 217                             90 min

Research with and for Indigenous communities:  Pathways to Indigenous governance

Charlie Lambert, Matthew Bennett, Beverley Lawton, Anna Adcock, Wanda Phillips-Beck, Mabel Horton

 

Breakout Session: Chronic Disease +                                  Room 211                      

Asserting Indigenous Data Sovereignty in primary health settings in Aotearoa

Rawiri Jansen

 

Mana Tū:  An Indigenous Approach to Diabetes Management

Tereki Stewart, Matire Harwood

 

Dissemination and Implementation of a Culturally Adaptable, Evidence-Based Intervention:  The Pili ‘Ohana Project

Claire Townsend-Ing

 

Maori Experiences of Bariatric Surgery in counties Manukau, Aotearoa/New Zealand

Jamie-Lee Rahiri

 

Preventing complications in the Diabetic Foot-a mobile Maori health approach to effective Indigenous outcomes

Cynthia Otene

 

Workshop 2                   Room 202                      90 minute duration

Addressing Historical Trauma from an Artists’ Point of View:  Implications for Healing

Meleanna Aluli Meyer, Martina Kamaka

 

Workshop 3                   Room 115/116              60 minute duration

New Guidelines and Standards of Care for Hypertension Management and Self-Measured Blood Pressure

Jared Medeiros, Jennifer Hashimoto, Joseph Humphry, Geneva Castro

2:45 - 3:15 pm

Coffee Break


 

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Day 6

PRIDoC 2018 Academic Program

Tuesday, July 17, 2018

Schedule subject to change without notice

 

Campus Center Dining Room

7:00-8:30 am

Breakfast

Center for Performing Arts, UH Hilo Campus

8:30 – 9:00 am

 

Te Ora Plenary: Maternal-Infant Health

The Wahakura Safe Sleep story: Reclaiming indigenous traditions for infant survival & Applying the ‘wahakura lens’ to smoking in pregnancy

David Tipene-Leach

9:00-9:30 am

 

AIDA Plenary:  Indigenous Biobanking and Genomic Research, an Australian Model

Ngiare Brown

9:30-11:00 am

 

Plenary Panel:  Generational Research

Moderator:  Marjorie Mau

The Waimanalo Health Legacy Project:  Community Perspectives on “Generational Research” to Understand Root Causes of Diabetes and Obesity among Native Hawaiian people

Kauʻi Baumhofer, Kamuela Werner

Indigenizing cancer bio-banks as a form of cultural resistance and resiliency

Rodney Haring

Establishing the world's first indigenous genomics research institute-- the "IndiGenomics Institute"

Keolu Fox

Genetics and Genomics in Underrepresented Minorities

Leah Dowsett

11:00-11:30am

Coffee Break

11:30-12:00pm

 

‘Ahahui Plenary:  Mālama Honua, Mālama Kauka…Future Directions

Noa Emmett Aluli

 

Center for Performing Arts and Campus Center Dining Room

12:00-2:00 pm

 

Kīpaepae Hoʻokuʻu (Closing and Release Ceremony)

Protocol

Hoʻoleʻaleʻa (Luncheon and Music)