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Topics: Native Hawaiian, other Pacific Islander & Asian American Aged

  • Browne, C., Mokuau, N., & Braun, K. (2009). Adversity and resiliency in the lives of Native Hawaiian elders. Social Work, 54, 3, 253-263.
  • Mokuau, N., Browne, C., Choy, L., & Braun, K. (2008). Using a community-based participatory approach to create a resource center for Native Hawaiian elders. Education for Health, 20, 3, 1-10.
  • Choy, L., Mokuau, N., Braun, K., & Browne, C. (2008). Integration of cultural concepts in establishing Ha Kupuna, the National Resource Center for Native Hawaiian elders. Journal of Native Aging and Health, 3, 1, 5-12.
  • Tauiliili, D., Delva, J., & Browne, C. (2001). A study of attitudes toward aging and caregiving patterns among Samoan families in Hawaii. Journal of Family Social Work, 6, 1-14.
  • Browne, C., Braun, K, & Arnsberger, P. (2006). Filipinas as residential long-term care providers: The role of culture, gender, and immigrant status. Journal of Gerontological Social Work.
  • Braun, K., Yee, B., Mokuau, N., & Browne, C. (2004). Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander elders. In closing the gap: A report on minority aging (pp 47-59). Washington, DC: Gerontological Society of America.
  • Braun, K., & Karel, H.S. (2002). Adapting a standardized assessment measure to fit a unique community: The home care satisfaction measure in Hawaii. Generations. 26(3):68-69.
  • Cheang, M. (2002). Older adults' frequent visits to a fast food restaurant: Non-obligatory social interaction and the significance of playing in a "third place". Journal of Aging Studies. 16/3:303-321.
  • Browne, C.,& Braun, K. (2001). When a geriatric case management program closes: Impact as perceived by frail elders and family caregivers. Journal of Applied Gerontology. 20:338-355.
  • Cheang, M.& Braun, K. (2001). Seniors as assets: A statewide survey. Honolulu, University of Hawaii, Center on Aging.
  • Braun, K., &Browne, C. (2000). Perceptions of dementia, caregiving, and help seeking among Asian and Pacific Islander Americans. In S. M. Keigher, A. E. Fortune, & S. L. Witkin (Eds.), Aging and social work: The changing landscape (pp.175-191). Washington, DC: NASW Press.
  • Karel, H., Braun, K., & Tanji, V. (2000). Baby boomers data: Hawaii 2000. Honolulu, HI: Executive Office on Aging.
  • Mokuau, N., Browne, C., & Braun, K. L. (1998). Na Kupuna in Hawaii: A review of social and health status, service use, and the importance of value-based interventions. Pacific Health Dialog. 5:282-289.
  • McLaughlin, L., & Braun, K. (1998). Asian and Pacific Islander values: Considerations for healthcare decision-making. Health and Social Work. 23:116-126. Also published in Ewalt et al. (Eds.) Multicultural issues in social work, Volume II (pp. 321-336). Washington, DC: NASW Press.
  • Braun, K., & Browne, C. (1998). Perceptions of dementia, caregiving and help seeking among Asian and Pacific Islander Americans. Health and Social Work. 23:262-274.
  • Braun, K., & Browne, C. (1998). Cultural values and caregiving patterns among Asian and Pacific Islander Americans. In D. Redburn & R. McNamara (Eds.) Social Gerontology (pp. 155-181). Westport, CT: Greenwood Press.
  • Braun, K., Yang, H., Onaka, A., & Horiuchi, B. (1997). Asian and Pacific Islander mortality differences in Hawaii. Social Biology. 44(3-4):213-226.
  • Braun, K., Mokuau, N., & Tsark, J. (1997). Cultural themes in health, illness, and rehabilitation among Native Hawaiians. Topics in Geriatric Rehabilitation, 12(3):19-37.
  • Browne, C., & Braun, K. (1997). What happens to frail elders and their family caregivers when a case management program closes? Honolulu, HI: School of Social Work and Center on Aging, University of Hawaii.
  • Koseki, L. (1996). A study of utilization and satisfaction: Implications for cultural design in aging services. Journal of Aging and Social Policy, 8(1):59-75.
  • Braun, K., Takamura, J., & Mougeot, T. (1996). Perceptions of dementia, caregiving, and helpseeking among recent Vietnamese immigrants. Journal of Cross-Cultural Gerontology. 11(3):213-228.
  • Braun, K., Yang, H., Onaka, A., & Horiuchi, B. (1996). Life and death in Hawaii: Ethnic variations in mortality and life expectancy. Hawaii Medical Journal. 55(12):278-283, 302.
  • Yang, H., Braun, K., Onaka, A., & Horiuchi, B. (1996). Life expectancy in the State of Hawaii: 1980 and 1990. Office of Health Status Monitoring, R & S Report, Issue No. 63. Honolulu: Hawaii Department of Health.
  • Braun, K., Yang, H., Look, M., Onaka, A., & Horiuchi, B. (1996). Age-specific Native Hawaiian mortality rates: A comparison of full, part, and non-Hawaiians. Asian American and Pacific Islander Journal of Health. 4(4):352-362.
  • Braun, K., Look, M., Yang, H., Onaka, A., & Horiuchi, B. (1996). Native Hawaiian mortality in 1980 and 1990 in the State of Hawaii. American Journal of Public Health. 86(6):888-889.
  • Braun, K., Look, M., & Tsark, J. (1995). High Native Hawaiian mortality rates: Hawaiian physicians respond. Hawaii Medical Journal. 54(9):723-729.
  • Look, M., & Braun, K. (1995). A mortality study of the Hawaiian people: 1910-1990. Honolulu: The Queen's Health System.
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