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Access to Care: Investigating the Perception and Experience of Native Hawaiian During COVID-19

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dc.contributor.advisor Pagan, Joan Paikai, Kawailehua 2021-06-08T22:57:05Z 2021-06-08T22:57:05Z 2021-06-08
dc.description.abstract Native Hawaiian data collection and dissemination continue to be underrepresented and often inaccurate. While there is progress in how the government collects data on Native Hawaiian Pacific Islander (NHPI) populations, there is still a lack of accurate and reliable health data to assess access to care and healthcare utilization in the Native Hawaiian community. The COVID-19 pandemic exposed the need for data disaggregation and appropriate funding for Native Hawaiians and the organizations that serve them. Native Hawaiian health outcomes have been highly affected by the pandemic, and there is limited data to address access to care and health inequities. This project's scope is to pilot a screening tool to collect and analyze data from the Native Hawaiian population regarding their perception and experiences to access care during the COVID-19 pandemic.
dc.format.extent 74
dc.language.iso en-US
dc.subject social determinants of health
dc.subject Hawaiians
dc.subject access to care
dc.subject data collection
dc.subject data disaggregation
dc.subject perception+experience
dc.subject COVID-19 (Disease)
dc.subject Medical care
dc.title Access to Care: Investigating the Perception and Experience of Native Hawaiian During COVID-19
dc.type Doctoral Project
dc.type.dcmi Text
dc.contributor.instructor Daub, Katharyn
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