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Journal Article
In this essay, authors highlight the importance of democratizing data for NHPIs — diverse populations that historically have had little access to their data — in the context of achieving equity in health and the social drivers of health. Authors provide a framework for evaluating community accessibility of data, which includes concepts of data availability, salience, cost, and report back.
Journal Article
In this essay, authors highlight the importance of democratizing data for NHPIs — diverse populations that historically have had little access to their data — in the context of achieving equity in health and the social drivers of health. Authors provide a framework for evaluating community accessibility of data, which includes concepts of data availability, salience, cost, and report back.
Policy Research Report
The Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander (NHPI) Data Policy Platform is a resource for change agents, policymakers, community activists, and data-driven institutions seeking to improve their data processes to better address NHPI needs and develop more fruitful relation­ships with NHPI communities.
Policy Research Report
The Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander (NHPI) Data Policy Platform is a resource for change agents, policymakers, community activists, and data-driven institutions seeking to improve their data processes to better address NHPI needs and develop more fruitful relation­ships with NHPI communities.
Journal Article
Data on the health and social determinants for Native Hawaiians and Pacific Islanders (NHPIs) in the United States are hidden because data are often not collected or are reported in aggregate with other racial/ethnic groups, despite decades of calls to disaggregate NHPI data. As a form of structural racism, data omissions contribute to systemic problems such as inability to advocate, lack of resources, and limitations to political power.
Journal Article
Data on the health and social determinants for Native Hawaiians and Pacific Islanders (NHPIs) in the United States are hidden because data are often not collected or are reported in aggregate with other racial/ethnic groups, despite decades of calls to disaggregate NHPI data. As a form of structural racism, data omissions contribute to systemic problems such as inability to advocate, lack of resources, and limitations to political power.
Journal Article
As of March 2021, Native Hawaiians and Pacific Islanders (NHPIs) in the United States have lost more than 800 lives to COVID-19 — the highest per capita death rate in 18 of 20 US states reporting NHPI deaths. However, NHPI risks are overlooked in policy discussions. Authors discuss the NHPI COVID-19 Data Policy Lab and dashboard, featuring the disproportionate COVID-19 mortality burden for NHPIs.
Journal Article
As of March 2021, Native Hawaiians and Pacific Islanders (NHPIs) in the United States have lost more than 800 lives to COVID-19 — the highest per capita death rate in 18 of 20 US states reporting NHPI deaths. However, NHPI risks are overlooked in policy discussions. Authors discuss the NHPI COVID-19 Data Policy Lab and dashboard, featuring the disproportionate COVID-19 mortality burden for NHPIs.
Journal Article
This study identifies whether culturally based differences in perceptions of health resulted in differences in ambulatory care use among the elderly.  Methods: The authors conducted stratified Poisson regressions on data from a 1992 survey of older Koreans and Whites in Los Angeles County. The models included measures of demographics, health, functioning, income, insurance, social support, and culture (perceptions of health or other beliefs).  Results: Descriptive findings showed older Koreans
Journal Article
This study identifies whether culturally based differences in perceptions of health resulted in differences in ambulatory care use among the elderly.  Methods: The authors conducted stratified Poisson regressions on data from a 1992 survey of older Koreans and Whites in Los Angeles County. The models included measures of demographics, health, functioning, income, insurance, social support, and culture (perceptions of health or other beliefs).  Results: Descriptive findings showed older Koreans