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Mokuau, Noreen, DSW

Principal Investigator, RMATRIX
Professor & Dean
Myron B. Thompson School of Social Work
University of Hawai’i at Manoa

808.956.6300
noreen@hawaii.edu




Selected Publications

  • Braun KL, Kim BJ, Ka'opua LS, Mokuau N, Browne CV.
    Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander Elders: What Gerontologists Should Know.
    Gerontologist 2015 [more...]

  • Braun KL, Browne CV, Ka'opua LS, Kim BJ, Mokuau N.
    Research on indigenous elders: from positivistic to decolonizing methodologies.
    Gerontologist 2014 [more...]

  • Leslie JH, Braun KL, Novotny R, Mokuau N.
    Factors affecting healthy eating and physical activity behaviors among multiethnic blue- and white-collar workers: a case study of one healthcare institution.
    Hawaii J Med Public Health 2013 [more...]

  • Mokuau N, Braun KL, Daniggelis E.
    Building family capacity for Native Hawaiian women with breast cancer.
    Health Soc Work 2012 [more...]

  • Ka'opua LS, Braun KL, Browne CV, Mokuau N, Park CB.
    Why Are Native Hawaiians Underrepresented in Hawai'i's Older Adult Population? Exploring Social and Behavioral Factors of Longevity.
    J Aging Res 2011 [more...]

News
15 September 2017:
RCMI Conference Travel Support

We are currently encouraging scientists engaged in health disparities research, healthcare and public health professionals, public policy professional…

10 September 2017:
Call for Abstracts: RCMI Translational Science 2017 Conference

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Abstract Deadline Extended

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16 May 2017:
Robert Wood Johnson Funding Opportunity

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Seminars & Events
16 June 2017, 9am - 10:30am:
HEALTH & MEDICINE SEMINAR - Kukulu Ola Hou
02 June 2017, 8:15am - 4:10pm:
PROMOTING EXCELLENCE IN CLINICAL RESEARCH
02 November 2016, 9am:
RMATRIX-II Collaboration Pilot Projects Program 2017 -- Informational Webinar

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Supported by a grant from the National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities (U54MD007584), National Institutes of Health.