Thursday, October 13, 2016

7:15 am - 8:00 am
Registration and Continental Breakfast
8:00 am - 8:30 am
Welcome
 
Keaweʻaimoku Kaholokula, PhD S. Kalani Brady, MD, MPH, MACP Department of Native Hawaiian Health University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa, Joahn A. Burns School of Medicine
 

Ke Ao ‘Oiwi – Health Profession and Science Workforce Development

8:30 am - 9:00 am
Keynote – Hawai‘i
 
Leadership Power And Culture To Transform Indiginous Health and Wellness
Naleen Andrade, MD University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa, Joahn A. Burns School of Medicine View Presentation:   Leadership Power & Culture To Transform Indigenous Health & Wellbeing
9:45 am - 10:15 am
Panel (Plenary)
 
Creating Leaders In Indigenous Health: The ‘Imi Ho‘ōla Post-Baccalaureate Program
Winona K. Lee, MD University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa, Joahn A. Burns School of Medicine View Presentation:   Leadership Power & Culture To Transform Indigenous Health & Wellbeing

 
Valuing Māori Health
Ricki Nia Nia, BSW (Hons), MPhil, DipBus Admin Counties Manukau District Health Board View Presentation:   The Value of Māori Health

 
Nothing About Us Without US – Transforming Health Systems In British Columbia, Canada
Evan Adams, MD, MPH First Nations Health Authority View Presentation:   Nothing About Us Without US – Transforming Health Systems In British Columbia, Canada
10:15 am - 10:30 am
Break
 
10:30 am - 11:45 am

Breakout I – Developing The Health Professions Workforce

 
Assessing Racial/Ethnic Bias Amongst Medical Students: The Bias And Decision Making In Medicine (BDMM) Study
Donna Cormack, PhD and Ricci Harris, MBChB, MPH University of Auckland
 

Ngā Manukura O Āpōpō – Tomorrow's Clinical Leaders
Margareth Broodkoorn, RN, MHS (Nursing), PG Cert Public Health Northland District Health Board Taima Campbell, RN Program Manager, Ngā Manukura O Āpōpō View Presentation:   Ngā Manukura O Āpōpō – Tomorrow's Clinical Leaders
View Video:   Ngā Manukura O Āpōpō

 
A Model For Increasing Māori New Graduate Nurses Into Primary Care
Lorranine Hetaraka-Stevens, PGDip (Nursing) ProCare Primary Healthcare Organisation View Presentation:   A Model For Increasing Māori New Graduate Nurses Into Primary Care

 
10:30 am - 11:45 am

Breakout II – Developing The Health Sciences Workforce

 
Unanticipated Workforce Development In The Children's Healthy Living Program
Marie Kainoa Fialkowski, PhD, RDN, LD Department of Human Nutrition, Food and Animal Sciences University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa View Presentation:   Unanticipated Workforce Development In The Children's Healthy Living Program (CHL)

 
The Diné Summer Research Enhancement Program: Building Community Through Strengthening The Future American Indian Public Health Workforce
Heather Dreifuss, MAT, MPH University of Arizona View Presentation:   The Diné Summer Research Program: building community through strengthening the future American Indian public health workforce

 
Community-University Collaboration To Strengthen Public Health Skills For Native Communities
Nicolette Teufel-Shone, PhD College of Public Health, University of Arizona Mae-Gilene Begay, MSW Navajo Nation CHR/Outreach Program View Presentation:   Community-University Collaboration To Strengthen Public Health Skills For Native Communities
10:30 am - 11:45 am

Breakout III – Indigenous Students' Perspectives On Workforce Development Programs

 
B.F. Kalei K-aloha Māhina Indigenous Health Research Training Program
 
Keith-Allen Afong BUILD-EXITO Health Research Training Program
 
Kathryn Roberts and Britney (Kanoe) Quibelan Native Hawaiian Student Pathway to Medicine Program Native Hawaiian Interdisciplinary Health Program ʻImi Hoʻōla Post-Baccalaureate Program
11:45 Am - 1:00 pm
Lunch
 

Ka Mālama ʻĀina – Environmental And Community Health

1:00 pm - 1:30 pm

Keynote – United States

 
Yohmi Cha Okhina Bachoha Puta Ka Ithana Kia Ahofobi Ont Ia Uummano Keyu Tokoke – "The Breeze That Ruffles The Stream Knows Not The Depth Below": Transcending Trauma And Community Health
Karina L. Walters, PhD, MSW (Choctaw) Indigenous Wellness Research Institute University of Washington, School of Social Work View Presentation:   Transcending Trauma and Community Health
1:30 pm - 2:45 pm

Panel (Plenary)

 
Returning To Our Roots: The Four Connections
Kaiulani Odom, MPH, RD Kokua Kalihi Valley View Presentation:   Returning To Our Roots

 
Using Information To Drive Health System Performance And Achieve Equity
Fepuleaʻi Margle Apa Counties Manukau Health View Presentation:   The Diné Summer Research Program: building community through strengthening the future American Indian public health workforce

 
American Indian And Alaska Native Health System And Trauma-Informed Care
Stacy A. Bohlen, BA National Indian Health Board
2:45 pm - 3:00 pm
Break
 
3:00 pm - 4:15 pm

Breakout I – Empowering Youth As Agents Of Community Health Promotion

 
The Pasifika Youth Empowerment Programme (YEP)
Tupaʻilevaililigi Riz Firestone, PhD Centre for Public Health Research, Massey University View Presentation:   Pasifika Youth Empowerment Programme (YEP)

 
Health Perceptions Of Dene First Nations Youth In A Community Context
Laurie-Ann Lines, MSc(c) in Health Promotion, BSc, BEd University of Alberta
3:00 pm - 4:15 pm

Breakout II – The Role Of Food And Eating In Community Health Promotion

 
Returning To Our Roots: A United Houma Nation Health Intervention Pilot
Michelle Johnson-Jennings, PhD, EdM University of Minnesota
Family Food Choice Practices In Nanakuli and Maili: Mapping Barriers To Desired Ways Of Eating
Treena Delormier, PhD, PDt Department of Public Health Sciences, University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa Malia Tector, GSc Wai'anae Coast Comprehensive Health Center
3:00 pm - 4:15 pm

Breakout III – Indigenous-Centered Approaches To Community Health Promotion

 
Placing Wellbeing Back Into The Hands Of Whanau – An Indigenous Initiative
Tania Kingi, PGDip, Pro. Doctorate Student (Indigenous Devt) Mana Whenua i Tamaki Makaurau Te Roopu Waiora Trust View Presentation:   Placing wellbeing back into the hands of whanau – an indigenous initiative

 
Addressing Indigenous Homelessness In Canada: Moving Towards Reconciliation
Brittany Bingham, MPH, PhD(c) Simon Fraser University
4:30 pm - 6:30 pm
Reception And Poster Session
 


Friday, October 14, 2016

7:30 am - 8:00 am
Registration and Continental Breakfast
8:00 am - 8:15 am
Welcome
 

Ka 'Ai Pono – Health Promotion and Health Service Delivery

8:15 am - 8:45 am
Keynote – United States
 
Toward A Systems Science Approach To Eliminating Health Disparities In Indigenous Populations
Gary H. Gibbons, MD National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute View Presentation:   Toward a Systems Science Approach to Eliminating Health Disparities in Indigenous Populations

8:45 am - 9:15 am
Keynote – Canada
 
The Promise Of Environmental Repossession For Improving Indigenous Health: Resotoring Relationship To Land
Chantelle A.M. Richmond, PhD, MA Western University
9:15 am - 10:30 am
Panel (Plenary)
 
Clinical Champions Accelerating Māori Health Gain
Matire Harwood, MBChB, PhD Te Kupenga Hauora Māori, University of Auckland View Presentation:   Clinical Champions Accelerating Māori Health Gain

 
Traditions Of Health: Culturally Relevant Integration In The Wake Of The Affordable Care Act
Esther Lucero, MPP Seattle Indian Health Board
A Randomized Control Trial To Improve Heart Failure Disparities: The Mālama PuʻUwai (Caring For Heart) Study
Marjorie K. Leimomi Mala Mau, MD, MACP Department of Native Hawaiian Health University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa, John A. Burns School of Medicine
10:30 am - 10:45 am
Break
 
10:45 am - 12:00 pm

Breakout I – Cultural And Community Assets In Health Promotion

 
Building Capacity For Effective Health Care In Rural And Remote Communities
Keith E. Marshall, MPA (Health), MSW, BEd Hailikaʻas Heiltsuk Health Centre Society View Presentation:   Hailikaʻas Heiltsuk Health Centre Society

 
Changing Chronic Illness Trajectories Among Native Hawaiians Through Moʻokuʻauhau
Mary Frances Oneha, APRN, PhD Waimānalo Health Center View Presentation:   Changing Chronic Illness Trajectories Among Native Hawaiians Through Moʻokuʻauhau

 
YouMeNZ – A Rangatahi (Youth) Led Wellness Movement Through Social Media #BridgingTheGap
Te Ao Tanaki, Bachelor in Māori Development, Diploma in Youth Work Te Kaha O Te Rangatahi Trust Adeline Cumings, BA (Social Sciences - Hons), Post Grad Public Health Sector Management Counties Manukau Health Phoenix Puleʻanga Te Angitu Leadership Programme View Presentation:   YouMeNZ – A Rangatahi (Youth) Led Wellness Movement Through Social Media #BridgingTheGap

 
10:45 am - 12:00 pm

Breakout II – Addressing Obesity And Diabetes Inequities In Pacific Communities

 
Dissemination And Implementation Of Health Interventions For Community And By Community
Rebecca Delafield, MPH Department of Native Hawaiian Health University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa, John A. Burns School of Medicine View Presentation:   Dissemination And Implementation Of Health Interventions For Community And By Community

 
Diabetes Self-Management Education Using The Partners In Care Curriculum
John zmidsilifid, zmf; Grace schonhardt, APRN-Rx, CDE; Jan Takara, RN, CDE The Queen Emma Clinics Sheryl Yoshimura, MPH, RD, LDN, CSR, CDE Kokua Kalihi Valley Comprehensive Family Services
The Children's Healthy Living (CHL) Intervention Program From The US Affiliated Pacific Region
Rachel Novotny, PhD, RDN, LD College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa
10:45 am - 12:00 pm

Breakout III – Community-Centered Approaches To Health Promotion

 
Navigating Pacific Hearts Towards Women's Heart Health In Southern California
Ualani Ho'opai University of California, Riverside View Presentation:   Navigating Pacific Hearts

 
Interpretive Policy Analysis: Marshallese COFA Migrants And The Affordable Care Act
Pearl Anna McElfish, PhD, MBA University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences Marshallese Health in Arkansas

 
Village of Wellness: A community-Directed Approach To Addressing HIV In First Nations Communities
Sarah Levine, MScN, BScN Vancouver Coastal Health Village of Wellness: A community-Directed Approach To Addressing HIV In First Nations Communities
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Lunch
 

Ka Wai Ola – Health Policy And Population Health

1:00 pm - 1:30 pm

Keynote – New Zealand

 
Me He Maunga Teitei
Rawiri (David) Jansen, FRNZCGP, MBChB, BHB, BA, DipTeach, Cert Clin Teach, GradCert Clin Teach National Hauora Coalition View Presentation:   Me he maunga teitei
 

Panel (Plenary)

1:30 pm - 2:45 pm
What Policies Are Needed To Advance Native Hawaiian Health?: The Preliminary Findings Of The Native Hawaiian Health Task Force
Keawe'aimoku Kaholokula, PhD Department of Native Hawaiian Health University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa, John A. Burns School of Medicine View Presentation:   What Policies Are Needed To Advance Native Hawaiian Health?: The Preliminary Findings Of The Native Hawaiian Health Task Force

 
Climate-Induced Migration: Understanding The Challenges For Our Region
Maxine Burkett, JD, BA William S. Richardson School of Law University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa View Presentation:   Climate-Induced Migration: Understanding The Challenges For Our Region

 
Understanding And Overcoming Inequalities Among Aboriginal Australians
Alex Brown, BMed, MPH, FCSANZ, PhD, FRACP (Hons) South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute (SAHMRI) View Presentation:   Understanding and Overcoming Inequalities in Aboriginal Health
2:45 pm - 3:00 pm
Break
 
3:00 pm - 4:15 pm

Breakout I – Policy Research To Improve Health Services

 
Dismantling The Master's House, Raising The Tipi: Utilizing Indigenous Policymaking Methods To Create Effective Indigenous Health Interventions In Canada
Cassandra Opikokew Wajuntah, INCA, BAJ, PhD(c) Johnson-Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy Elaine Chicoose File Hills Qu'Appelle Tribal Council/All Nations Healing Hospital
Working In Partnership Within The Health System To Improve "Quit" Outcomes
Basil Fernandes, MSc (Medical Physiology), MSW, Dip Nutrition and Dietetics and Georgina McKenzie, BSc (Psychology - Hons) Counties Manukau Distric Health Board
Achieving Equity For Māori And Pacific People Who Smoke Applying A Whole Of System View, Innovation And The Use Of Quality Improvement Methodology
Summer Hawke, PGDip (Business) Counties Manukau Distric Health Board View Presentation:   Achieving equity for Māori and Pacific people who smoke applying a whole of system view, innovation and the use of quality improvement methodology
3:00 pm - 4:15 pm

Breakout II – Policies To Improve Population Health Initiatives

 
Does A School Nutrition Policy Effect The Oral Health Of Students?
Simon Thornley, MBChB, MPH, PhD Counties Manukau Distric Health Board View Presentation:   Does a school nutrition policy effect the oral health of students?

 
Attaining equity With Business Intelligence Tools
George Gray, BHB, MBChB, MPH, FNZCPHM Tumu Whakarae View Presentation:   Attaining Equity with Business Intelligence

 
Deliberative Discussions With Native Communities To Understand Views And Concerns About Biospecimen Donation And Biobanking
Ka'imi Sinclair, PhD, MPH Washington State University View Presentation:   Informing the recruitment of American Indians for the Precision Medicine Initiative
Results of deliberative discussions with American Indians about biospecimen donation and biobanking
3:00 pm - 4:15 pm

Breakout III – Policies For Systematic Change

 
Nga Hua O Te Waipareira
Awerangi Tamihere and Te Kani Kingi, PhD, PGDip (MDev), PGDip (TM), BSocSci, MSocSci (Hons) Te Whānau O Waipareira View Presentation:   Positive Whānau and Family Transformation within a Contemporary Urban Setting

 
The History, Success, And Future Trajectory Of Tribal Self-Governance Under The Indian Self-Determination And Education Assistance Act
Geoff Strommer, JD Hobbs, Straus, Dean " Walker, LLP Carolyn Crowder (Inupiat) Norton Sound Health Corporation View Presentation:   The History, Success, and Future Trajectory of Tribal Self Governance under the ISDEAA P.L. 93-638
3:00 pm - 4:15 pm

Breakout IV – Office Of Hawaiian Affairs Workshop

 
Ke Kānāwai Māmalahoe: Moving Evidence Into Hawaiʻi State Health Policy For Research, Practice And Programmatic Decision Making
Deja Ostrowski, JD and Kealoha Fox, PhD (ABD), MA Office of Hawaiian Affairs View Presentation:   Ke Kānāwai Māmalahoe: Moving Evidence Into Hawaiʻi State Health Policy For Research, Practice And Programmatic Decision Making
4:15 pm - 4:30 pm
Closing
 
4:30 pm - 6:00 pm
International Hui
 
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Dinner And Cultural Sharing