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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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Book Chapter
S. Poff Roman, Jervis, L. L., and Manson, S. M., Psychology of older American Indians and Alaska Natives: Strengths and challenges to maintaining mental health, in Handbook of race and development in mental health, New York, NY: Springer Science + Business Media; US, 2012, pp. 127-146.
Journal Article
R. Hinton and Earnest, J., Assessing women's understandings of health in rural Papua New Guinea: implications for health policy and practice, Asia Pac ViewpAsia Pac Viewp, vol. 52, pp. 178-93, 2011.
K. Lee, The association between spirituality and depression among low-income, older African American survivors, Southern Online Journal of Nursing ResearchSouthern Online Journal of Nursing Research, vol. 8, p. 2p, 2008.
N. Bharmal, Kaplan, R. M., Shapiro, M. F., Kagawa-Singer, M., Wong, M. D., Mangione, C. M., Divan, H., and McCarthy, W. J., The association of religiosity with overweight/obese body mass index among Asian Indian immigrants in California, Prev MedPrev Med, vol. 57, pp. 315-21, 2013.
L. S. I. Ka'opua, Mitschke, D. B., and Kloezeman, K. C., Coping with breast cancer at the nexus of religiosity and Hawaiian culture: perspectives of native Hawaiian survivors and family members, Journal of Religion & Spirituality in Social WorkJournal of Religion & Spirituality in Social Work, vol. 27, pp. 275-295, 2008.
T. Smyer and Clark, M. C., A cultural paradox: Elder abuse in the Native American community, Home Health Care Management & PracticeHome Health Care Management & Practice, vol. 23, pp. 201-206, 2011.
R. Gupta, Death beliefs and practices from an Asian Indian American Hindu perspective, Death StudDeath Stud, vol. 35, pp. 244-66, 2011.
P. A. Holkup, Salois, E. Matt, Tripp-Reimer, T., and Weinert, C., Drawing on wisdom from the past: An elder abuse intervention with tribal communities, The GerontologistThe Gerontologist, vol. 47, pp. 248-254, 2007.
S. R. Horsford, Parra-Cardona, J. Rubén, Post, L. A., and Schiamberg, L., Elder abuse and neglect in African American families: informing practice based on ecological and cultural frameworks [corrected] [published erratum appears in J ELDER ABUSE NEGL 2011 Apr-Jun;23(2):212], Journal of Elder Abuse & NeglectJournal of Elder Abuse & Neglect, vol. 23, pp. 75-88, 2011.
K. Hattori and Ishida, D. N., Ethnographic study of a good death among elderly Japanese Americans, Nurs Health SciNurs Health Sci, vol. 14, pp. 488-94, 2012.
M. Campesino, Exploring perceptions of cancer care delivery among older Mexican American adults, Oncol Nurs ForumOncol Nurs Forum, vol. 36, pp. 413-20, 2009.
Gender trumps religiosity in older Mexican Americans' views on physician-assisted suicide, AHRQ Research ActivitiesAHRQ Research Activities, pp. 20-20, 2011.
T. L. Jordan, Health literacy: Advance directives among the African American aging prisoner population, Groupwork: An Interdisciplinary Journal for Working with GroupsGroupwork: An Interdisciplinary Journal for Working with Groups, vol. 23, pp. 45-62, 2013.
T. D. Luu, Leung, P., and Nash, S. G., Help-seeking attitudes among Vietnamese Americans: the impact of acculturation, cultural barriers, and spiritual beliefs, Social Work in Mental HealthSocial Work in Mental Health, vol. 7, pp. 476-493, 2009.
J. P. Lewis, The importance of optimism in maintaining healthy aging in rural Alaska, Qual Health ResQual Health Res, vol. 23, pp. 1521-7, 2013.
H. K. Black, The Influence of African American Elders' Belief Systems on Health Interactions, Journal of Religion & Spirituality in Social WorkJournal of Religion & Spirituality in Social Work, vol. 31, pp. 226-243, 2012.
S. S. Martin, Trask, J., Peterson, T., Martin, B. C., Baldwin, J., and Knapp, M., Influence of culture and discrimination on care-seeking behavior of elderly African Americans: a qualitative study, Soc Work Public HealthSoc Work Public Health, vol. 25, pp. 311-26, 2010.
G. Y. Iwamasa and Iwasaki, M., A new multidimensional model of successful aging: perceptions of Japanese American older adults, J Cross Cult GerontolJ Cross Cult Gerontol, vol. 26, pp. 261-78, 2011.
J. M. Hilton, Gonzalez, C. A., Saleh, M., Maitoza, R., and Anngela-Cole, L., Perceptions of successful aging among older Latinos, in cross-cultural context, J Cross Cult GerontolJ Cross Cult Gerontol, vol. 27, pp. 183-99, 2012.
N. Krause and Bastida, E., Prayer to the saints or the virgin and health among older mexican americans, Hispanic Journal of Behavioral SciencesHispanic Journal of Behavioral Sciences, vol. 33, pp. 71-87, 2011.
N. E. Conner, Predictive factors of hospice use among Blacks: applying Andersen's Behavioral Model, Am J Hosp Palliat CareAm J Hosp Palliat Care, vol. 29, pp. 368-74, 2012.
L. Winter, Dennis, M. P., and Parker, B., Religiosity and preferences for life-prolonging medical Treatments in African-American and white elders: a mediation study, Omega: Journal of Death & DyingOmega: Journal of Death & Dying, vol. 56, pp. 273-288, 2007.
E. K. Lee and Chan, K., Religious/spiritual and other adaptive coping strategies among Chinese American older immigrants, J Gerontol Soc WorkJ Gerontol Soc Work, vol. 52, pp. 517-33, 2009.
D. M. Grandbois and Sanders, G. F., The resilience of Native American elders, Issues Ment Health NursIssues Ment Health Nurs, vol. 30, pp. 569-80, 2009.
J. L. Shaw, Brown, J., Khan, B., Mau, M. K., and Dillard, D., Resources, roadblocks and turning points: a qualitative study of American Indian/Alaska Native adults with type 2 diabetes, J Community HealthJ Community Health, vol. 38, pp. 86-94, 2013.
B. L. Mitchell and Mitchell, L. C., Review of the literature on cultural competence and end-of-life treatment decisions: the role of the hospitalist, J Natl Med AssocJ Natl Med Assoc, vol. 101, pp. 920-6, 2009.
J. P. Lewis, Successful aging through the eyes of Alaska Native elders. What it means to be an elder in Bristol Bay, AK, GerontologistGerontologist, vol. 51, pp. 540-9, 2011.
R. Hazin and Giles, C. A., Is there a color line in death? An examination of end-of-life care in the African American community, J Natl Med AssocJ Natl Med Assoc, vol. 103, pp. 609-13, 2011.
L. L. Capps, Ua neeb khu: a Hmong American healing ceremony, J Holist NursJ Holist Nurs, vol. 29, pp. 98-106, 2011.