Informational Booths from:
Queen Emma Clinics
Kapi‘olani Community College
Legacy of Life Hawaii
Honolulu Community Action Program
KCC-CHW Certificate Program
I Ola Lahui
Hawaii SHIP (State Health Insurance Assistance Program)
A Friend in Need
Stevenson Middle School
ALU LIKE, Inc.
Ke Ola Mamo
National Kidney Foundation of Hawaii
Alzheimer’s Association Aloha Chapter
Papa Ola Lokahi
Lanakila Meals on Wheels, Kupuna Wellness Centers
Ohana Health Plan
Partners in Development Foundation- Hui Ho’omalu Program
Daniel K. Inouye College of Pharmacy
Hawaii Meals on Wheels
UH Cancer Center: No Ke Ola Pono o Na Kane
DCCA – Office of the Securities Commissioner
University of Hawaiʻi at Manoa
University of Hawaii Cancer Center Hawaii Skin Cancer Coalition
American Lung Association
Chaminade University School of Nursing Evidenced-Based protect class
Assistive Technology Resource Centers of Hawaii
Valley of the Temples/Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary
Oahu Mortuary & Cemetery
Ballard Family Moanalua Mortuary
Hawaii State Dept of Health Public Health Nursing
The Papakolea Fire Academy lead by Retired Fire Captains Richard Soo, Earle Kealoha, Guy Katayama, Gilbert Pelletier and Curtis Aiwohi is development to aid in every step of the Honolulu Fire Department Recruitment.
This class will focus on:
Life of a Fire Fighter
Understanding Service Terminology
Preparation for the HFD Written Exam
Assistance through physical exam and Interview process
This Course will run 9-consecutive Saturdays from February 3 – March 31
Only 50 seats are available!
Preference will be give to registrants of Native Hawaiian ancestry to the extent permitted by law.
For registration click —————-> Here <———————-
As the staff of Kula no na Po`e Hawaii prepare to end another year of hard work, we are busy updating our website with more information about our community programs, events, and upcoming opportunities for the families of Papakolea, Kewalo, and Kalawahine. Mahalo for your patience as we continue to share our work.
Keep checking back for updates!!
Kula Staff 🙂
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THE DEADLINE HAS PASSED!!!
Cultural safety through the lens of Hawaiian Homestead residents.
Ka‘opua LS, Tamang S, Dillard A, Kekauoha, BP (2017).
Journal of Indigenous Social Development, 5 (2).
Cultural safety is a strengths-based construct which aims to subvert unequal power relations, honor diverse ways of knowing in community-specific contexts, and acknowledge community as arbiter of ‘how’ safety is actualized. Published literature documents the benefits of culturally safe healthcare yet pays scant attention to culturally safe research praxis. Our team of practitionerresearchers sought to uncover meanings of cultural safety in community-based health research with Hawaiian Homestead residents. Focus groups were conducted in three communities. Emic descriptions of cultural safety and non-resident researchers were elicited. Content analysis revealed trust (hilina‘i) as the overarching theme fundamental to cultural safety. Cultural safety was demonstrated by practices that accommodate and engage community in their shared sense of place, history, ways of knowing, and capacity-building. Such practices likely mitigate perceptions of cultural imposition and promote relevant interventions developed with communities. Implications are enunciated in HILINA‘I, a mnemonic for advancing knowledge decolonization and health equity.
Click on the link below for registration!
Only a limited seats will be offered!
**Update – Our sessions are have been filled. We will announce when our next sessions will be released for registration.
All registrations from here on forth will be placed on a wait list and will be notified if any spots open for our Fall course**