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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. Nandan, "Waves" of Asian Indian elderly immigrants: what can practitioners learn?, J Cross Cult GerontolJ Cross Cult Gerontol, vol. 22, pp. 389-404, 2007.
S. Thorburn, Kue, J., Keon, K. L., and Zukoski, A., "We don't talk about it" and other interpersonal influences on Hmong women's breast and cervical cancer screening decisions, Health Educ ResHealth Educ Res, vol. 28, pp. 760-71, 2013.
C. S. Berkman and Ko, E., What and when Korean American older adults want to know about serious illness, J Psychosoc OncolJ Psychosoc Oncol, vol. 28, pp. 244-59, 2010.
I. D. Rose, Friedman, D. B., Marquez, D. X., and Fernandez, K., What are older Latinos told about physical activity and cognition? A content analysis of a top-circulating magazine, J Aging HealthJ Aging Health, vol. 25, pp. 1143-58, 2013.
S. E. Lee, Lee, H. Y., and Diwan, S., What do Korean American immigrants know about Alzheimer's disease (AD)? The impact of acculturation and exposure to the disease on AD knowledge, Int J Geriatr PsychiatryInt J Geriatr Psychiatry, vol. 25, pp. 66-73, 2010.
D. M. Cruz-Oliver, Talamantes, M., and Sanchez-Reilly, S., What evidence is available on end-of-life (EOL) care and latino elders? A literature review, American Journal of Hospice & Palliative MedicineAmerican Journal of Hospice & Palliative Medicine, vol. 31, pp. 87-97, 2014.
S. Y. Ryu, Crespi, C. M., and Maxwell, A. E., What factors explain disparities in mammography rates among Asian-American immigrant women? A population-based study in California, Womens Health IssuesWomens Health Issues, vol. 23, pp. e403-10, 2013.
C. P. Wicher and Meeker, M. A., What influences African American end-of-life preferences?, J Health Care Poor UnderservedJ Health Care Poor Underserved, vol. 23, pp. 28-58, 2012.
L. H. Yang, Chen, F. P., Sia, K. J., Lam, J., Lam, K., Ngo, H., Lee, S., Kleinman, A., and Good, B., "What matters most:" a cultural mechanism moderating structural vulnerability and moral experience of mental illness stigma, Soc Sci MedSoc Sci Med, vol. 103, pp. 84-93, 2014.
A. Trang, What older people want: lessons from Chinese, Korean, and Vietnamese immigrant communities, GenerationsGenerations, vol. 32, pp. 61-63, 2008.
V. Drywater-Whitekiller, What the dominant society can't give me: Perceptions of Native American elders teaching native traditions, The Journal of Baccalaureate Social WorkThe Journal of Baccalaureate Social Work, vol. 12, pp. 71-86, 2006.
M. Inaba, White, L., Bell, C., Chen, R., Petrovitch, H., Launer, L., Abbott, R. D., Ross, G. W., and Masaki, K., White matter lesions on brain magnetic resonance imaging scan and 5-year cognitive decline: the Honolulu-Asia aging study, J Am Geriatr SocJ Am Geriatr Soc, vol. 59, pp. 1484-9, 2011.
L. S. Ka'opua, Braun, K. L., Browne, C. V., Mokuau, N., and Park, C. B., Why Are Native Hawaiians Underrepresented in Hawai'i's Older Adult Population? Exploring Social and Behavioral Factors of Longevity, J Aging ResJ Aging Res, vol. 2011, p. 701232, 2011.
Y. Jang, Chiriboga, D. A., Allen, J. Y., Kwak, J., and Haley, W. E., Willingness of older Korean-American adults to use hospice, J Am Geriatr SocJ Am Geriatr Soc, vol. 58, pp. 352-6, 2010.
Y. Jang, Kim, G., Chiriboga, D. A., and Cho, S., Willingness to Use a Nursing Home: A Study of Korean American Elders, J Appl GerontolJ Appl Gerontol, vol. 27, pp. 110-117, 2008.
J. Heneberry, Wisdom of the Elders, Massage & BodyworkMassage & Bodywork, vol. 28, pp. 80-80, 2013.
F. M. Yang, Cazorla-Lancaster, Y., and Jones, R. N., Within-group differences in depression among older Hispanics living in the United States, The Journals of Gerontology: Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social SciencesThe Journals of Gerontology: Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences, vol. 1, p. 27, 2008.
G. Owens, WNA Research Council announces 2008 research and project poster winners, Stat: Bulletin of the Wisconsin Nurses AssociationStat: Bulletin of the Wisconsin Nurses Association, vol. 78, pp. 6-6, 2009.
G. E. Day, Kelly, J. J., Lanier, A. P., and Murphy, N., Women's cancers among Alaska Natives 1969-2003, Alaska MedAlaska Med, vol. 49, pp. 91-4, 2007.
L. R. Hendrix and Cloud-Lebeau, F. Hank Swift, Working with American Indian families: Collaboration with families for the care of older American Indians with memory loss, in Ethnicity and the dementias, 2ndnd ed., New York, NY: Routledge/Taylor & Francis Group; US, 2006, pp. 147-162.
V. S. Periyakoil, Working with Asian Indian American families, in Ethnicity and the dementias, 2ndnd ed., New York, NY: Routledge/Taylor & Francis Group; US, 2006, pp. 165-172.
L. A. Gerdner, Xiong, X. Xavier, and Yang, D., Working with Hmong American families, in Ethnicity and the dementias, 2ndnd ed., New York, NY: Routledge/Taylor & Francis Group; US, 2006, pp. 209-230.
M. Allen, Matthew, S., Boland, M. Jo, and Mays, T. L., Working with immigrant and refugee populations: Issues and Hmong case study, Consumer Health Issues, Trends, and Research: Part 1. Strategic Strides toward a Better FutureConsumer Health Issues, Trends, and Research: Part 1. Strategic Strides toward a Better Future, vol. 53, pp. 301-328, 2004.
S. Wilcox, Ainsworth, B. E., LaMonte, M. J., and DuBose, K. D., Worry regarding major diseases among older African-American, Native-American, and Caucasian women, Women HealthWomen Health, vol. 36, pp. 83-99, 2002.