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Ethnic-Speficif Geriatri Care in the United States

This Ethnogeriatrics Bibliography is part of the Stanford University’s Internet based Successful Aging (iSAGE) project that is funded by NIH grant.

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M. Matsui and Braun, K. L., Japanese Americans' death attitudes and preferences for end-of-life care, Journal of Hospice & Palliative NursingJournal of Hospice & Palliative Nursing, vol. 11, pp. 353-361, 2009.
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Y. Kang, Knowledge and attitudes about urinary incontinence among community-dwelling Korean American women, J Wound Ostomy Continence NursJ Wound Ostomy Continence Nurs, vol. 36, pp. 194-9, 2009.
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J. C. Heyman and Gutheil, I. A., Older Latinos' attitudes toward and comfort with end-of-life planning, Health Soc WorkHealth Soc Work, vol. 35, pp. 17-26, 2010.
H. Lee and Mason, D., Optimism and coping strategies among Caucasian, Korean, and African American older women, Health Care Women IntHealth Care Women Int, vol. 34, pp. 1084-96, 2013.
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D. L. Baker, Melnikow, J., Ying, L. May, Shoultz, J., Niederhauser, V., and Diaz-Escamilla, R., Translation of Health Surveys Using Mixed Methods, Journal of Nursing ScholarshipJournal of Nursing Scholarship, vol. 42, pp. 430-438, 2010.
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H. Pinzon-Perez, Moua, N., and Perez, M. A., Understanding satisfaction with shamanic practices among the Hmong in rural California, International Electronic Journal of Health EducationInternational Electronic Journal of Health Education, vol. 8, pp. 18-23, 2005.