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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

 

November 2021, Volume 80, No. 11, Supplement 3

Download HJHSW_Nov21.Suppl3.pdf here

 

Guest Editors’ Message: Original Research from the Department of Surgery
Stacey Woodruff MD and Russell Woo MD

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Predictors and Consequences of Unplanned Conversion to Open During Robotic Colectomy: An ACS-NSQIP Database Analysis
Andrew N. Mueller MD; John D. Vossler MD, MS, MBA; Nicholas H. Yim; Gregory J. Harbison MS; and Kenric M. Murayama MD, FACS, MBA

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The First Epiretinal Implant for Hereditary Blindness in the Asia-Pacific Region
Ryan T. Yanagihara MD; Maya L.M. Yamane MD; and Gregg T. Kokame MD, MMM

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The Effect of Energy Devices, Nerve Monitors, and Drains on Thyroidectomy Outcomes: An American College of Surgeons National Surgical Quality Improvement Project Database Analysis
John D. Vossler MD, MS, MBA; Kameko M. Karasaki MS; Reid C. Mahoney MD; Stacey L. Woodruff MD, FACS; and Kenric M. Murayama MD, MBA, FACS

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Predictors of Morbidity Following Enterostomy Closure in Infants: An American College of Surgeons Pediatric National Surgical Quality Improvement Program Database Analysis
Reid Sakamoto MD; John Vossler MD, MS, MBA; and Russell Woo MD, FACS

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Cookiecutter Shark-Related Injuries: A New Threat to Swimming Across the Ka‘iwi Channel
Victoria A. Scala MD, MS; Karen Ng RN; Jason Kaneshige MD; Sho Furuta MD, FACS; and Michael S. Hayashi MD, FACS

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Enormous Gallstone Discovered in the Settingof Acute-on-chronic Cholecystitis
Reid C. Mahoney MD; Scott R. Marison Jr. BA; Ashley D. Marumoto MD; and Daphne E. Hemmings MD, FACS

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First Case of Subretinal Ocular Angiostrongyliasis Associated with Retinal Detachment in the United States
Kayne McCarthy MPH; Keke Liu BS; Gregg T. Kokame MD; Pauline T. Merrill MD; Marina Gilca MD; and Jack Cohen MD

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