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Capstone Presentations

01 Introducation to Native Hawaiian and Indigenous Health

Maile Taualii

on 17 March 2014

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New Master of Public Health Degree @ UH Manoa
Core Foundation in Public Health
Specialization Courses
Summer Practicum
Special Practicum PH793
All MPH students complete a Capstone to demonstrate mastery of their public health learning.
Students take core MPH courses their first semester, learning the foundation of public health practice and theory, biostastics and epidemiology.
In the summer between the first and second year, students complete their practicum. This 240 hour experiential service learning opportunity provides students with an application of public health in the Indigenous world.

Some students will do their practicum in their home community, perhaps the community that provided their letter of support required for admission. Others might have a practicum abroad.
Once a student has completed their practicum, they may choose to do a Special Practicum.

A Special Practicum is served in an Indigenous community different from where the student completed their Summer Practicum. This experience allows a student to compare their experiential learning between Indigenous communities
Capstone & Manuscript
Native Hawaiian and Indigenous Health

Seven Specialization Course are designed to meet the core competencies developed by leading Indigenous thought leaders. This special select group of leaders is known as the C.I.P.H.E.R. group.

PH 673 Health Ethics, Law, and Politics
PH 674 Advanced Native Hawaiian Health Determinants
PH 683 Global Nutrition
PH 704 Community-Based Participatory Research
PH 728 Indigenous Applied Research Methods
PH 789 Integrative Seminar
PH 794 Indigenous Seminar
ompetencies in
valuation and
The Capstone includes both a written and oral examination, and should include a combination of their practicum experience, both home and abroad, if applicable.

Some students may also complete a data analysis research manuscript supported by the core curriculum of the Native Hawaiian and Indigenous Health specialization.

Students will be encouraged and supported to publish primary research to help expand the knowledge base of Indigenous health.
Advising and Navigation
Initial Course Advising - Interim Faculty Adviser
Individual Basis
Integrative Seminar
Helps to outline courses and introduction to NHIH and MPH

Capstone Advising - Permanent Faculty Adviser
Person involved with area of focus
Chair must be NHIH Faculty (Maile, Treena, Alika, Peter)
Second member could be any UH Graduate Faculty, including Adjunct Faculty (International CIPHER, ect)
Optional third member [Community member, practicum preceptor, or any relevant topic expert needed]

Integrative Seminar - Collective Navigation
Serves as a way to discuss program and allow for program growth and ingenuity
Native Hawaiian and Indigenous Health Competencies
Additional Elective Courses
NHIH Seminar (PH 794U - Fall)
Information Technology
Smart Phone/iPad
Office Suite (word, excel)
STATA SE12 Student 1 year $235
NVIVO 30 Trial FREE (for 30 days)
PREZI $0 - $13.25 monthly depends
Endnote $113.95
PH 794T Scientific Explorations in Social Justice for Indigenous People
Welcome to Native Hawaiian and Indigenous Health
Today's Goals....

Introduce the Course
Introduce Ourselves
Introduce the NHIH Specialization
PH 794U Indigenous Health Seminar
Mariah Danforth-Moore
Oneida Nation
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