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About the Journal

ISSN 2641-5216 (Print), ISSN 2641-5224 (Online)

The Hawaiʻi Journal of Health & Social Welfare is a monthly peer-reviewed journal with the aim of advancing knowledge about health and social welfare, with a focus on the diverse peoples and unique environments of Hawaiʻi and the Pacific region.

The lead academic partners are six units of the University of Hawaiʻi (UH) College of Health Sciences and Social Welfare. This includes the John A. Burns School of Medicine, UH Public Health, the Myron B. Thompson School of Social Work, the School of Nursing and Dental Hygiene, the UH Cancer Center, and the Daniel K. Inouye College of Pharmacy. Read More

Current Issue

March 2020, Volume 79, No. 3

Download HJHSW_Mar20.pdf here

 

Hawai‘i Journal Watch
Karen Rowan MS

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Emerging Trends in Antibiotic Resistant Neisseria gonorrhoeae: A National and Hawai‘i Perspective
Alan R. Katz MD, MPH; Alan Y. Komeya MPH; Jo M. Dewater MPH; Juval E. Tomas MSN, RN; Lance Chinna MT (ASCP); and Glenn M. Wasserman MD, MPH

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Safety of Single-Stage Bilateral Direct Anterior Approach Total Hip Arthroplasty Performed in All Eligible Patients at a Honolulu Hospital
Gregory J. Harbison MS; Samantha N. Andrews PhD, ATC; and Cass K. Nakasone MD

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Identifying Sources of Stress Across Years of General Surgery Residency
Gavin Q. Ha BS; Joseph T. Go BA; Kenric M. Murayama MD, FACS; and Susan Steinemann MD, FACS

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MEDICAL SCHOOL HOTLINE
Hawai‘i Pacific Neuroscience Summer Internship Program
Maiya Smith BS; Alyssa Wicknick BS; and Kore Kai Liow MD

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INSIGHTS IN PUBLIC HEALTH
Development, Implementation, and Evaluation of the Prevent Diabetes, Hawai‘i Campaign
Bronwyn Sinclair-White MPH; Blythe Nett MPH; Lindsey Ilagan MS; Stephanie L. Cacal BA; Uyen Vu MEd; Lance K. Ching PhD MPH; Catherine M. Pirkle PhD; and L. Brooke Keliikoa DrPH

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INSIGHTS IN PUBLIC HEALTH
Outpatient Care Gaps for Patients Hospitalized with Ambulatory Care Sensitive Conditions in Hawai‘i: Beyond Access and Continuity of Care
Tetine L. Sentell PhD; Todd B. Seto MD, MPH; Michelle L. Quensell MPH; Jhon Michael Malabed BS; Mary Guo MPH; May D. Vawer RN; Kathryn L. Braun DrPH; and Deborah A. Taira ScD

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