February 14 Humanism, Empathy, Social Justice and Global Health Symposium & Poster Session

Date/Time

February 14th, 2020

9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

The 2020 Humanism, Empathy, Social Justice, and Global Health Symposium comes to the University of Hawaii’s John A. Burns School of Medicine (JABSOM) in Kakaako on Friday, February 14 2020.

It begins at 9 a.m. and includes panel discussions with topics including: Empowering the youth of Palau through multi-lateral collaboration; High School Sexual Health Education in American Samoa; The Burden of Chronic Osteomyelitis in Children of the Pacific Rim; Creating a curriculum to address racism implicit bias, power and privilege; and Practices to empower students working with vulnerable populations.

There is a poster session from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. in the Health Sciences Library, made possible by the University of Hawaii System Global Health & Social Justice Work Group, the University of Hawaii’s John A. Burns School of Medicine, the East-West Center, Noguchi Medical Research, Inc., the Office of Public Health Studies, and Yoshihisa Asano, Ph.D.

And from 1 p.m.- 4 p.m., additional panel discussion topics include: An overview of the Native Hawaiian and Indigenous Health (NHIH) Program: A social justice approach to health and the academyEnvironmental Racism in Nanakuli; Modifications of the gut microbiome associated with diabetes risk propagates amongst the social networks of Native Hawaiians; Social Determinants of Health among Micronesians in US States and Territories; “TB + Leprosy Free Majuro:” The Role of Medical Trainees; Medical-Legal Partnership for Children in Hawaii– Promoting Community Power Through “Advocacy Academy” Education.

More Details from the symposium planners
Panels and Posters

Session 1, COFA – 9:00 a.m. to 10:20 a.m.

#19 Camp to the Future (CTTF): Empowering the youth of Palau through multi-lateral collaboration

#3 “Should Teenagers Be Having Sex?” High School Sexual Health Education in American Samoa

#9 The Burden of Chronic Osteomyelitis in Children of the Pacific Rim:

Chair, Paul Moroz

Session 2, Applied Morning – 10:30 am to 11:50 am

#13 Cultural Humility Training and Health: Creating a curriculum to address racism, implicit bias, power and privilege

#24 Resilience-Informed Care: Practices to empower students working with vulnerable populations

#25 Know Before You Go….”Who Am I?”

Chair, Martina Kamaka`

Poster Session, 11:00 pm to 1:00 pm Health Sciences Library

#2 Loneliness Interventions in Older Adults: A Global Systematic Review of Reviews

#4 Training Program for Cervical Dysplasia Screening in the Federated States of Micronesia: Lessons from a Low Resource Setting

#5 Promoting Health Literacy and Active Patient Involvement with Self-Help Comics

#6 Neighborhood social cohesion, safety, and psychological well-being among Asian older adults

#12 Rethinking Transition from Active Military Service: Facilitating Women Veterans Healthcare Entitlement Access

#26 -Bangladesh Fistula Mission Partnership:

#18 Urine Drug Screening on Labor and Delivery

#20 Promoting Humanism in Medicine: the JABSOM Chapter of the Gold Humanism Honor Society

#10 Obstetrics and Gynecology Training in American Samoa

#21 Solomon Islands Vector Control Training Initiative

#22 Republic of Marshall Islands Public Health Engagement

#7 Review of Health and Health Care Research in the Hawaii Homeless Population

#17 Review of Micronesian Migrant Mental and Behavioral Wellness in the United States and Its Territories

Best Poster Award 1:00 p.m. by Dr. Ivy Asano

Session 3 – Native Hawai’ian Health – 1:10 p.m.-2:30 p.m.

#23 An overview of the Native Hawaiian and Indigenous Health (NHIH) Program: A social justice approach to health and the academy

#15 Environmental Racism in Nanakuli

#11 Modifications of the gut microbiome associated with diabetes risk propagates amongst the social networks of Native Hawaiians

Chair, Mapuana Antonio

Session 4, Applied Afternoon – 2:40 p.m.-4:00 p.m.

#16 Social Determinants of Health among Micronesians in US States and Territories

#8 “TB + Leprosy Free Majuro:” The Role of Medical Trainees

#14 Medical-Legal Partnership for Children in Hawai’i: Promoting Community Power Through “Advocacy Academy” Education

Chair, Davis Rehuler