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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.

Found 1326 results
Author Title [ Type(Asc)] Year
Thesis
W. Sing Wa Chung, Utilization of western medical and mental health services among Chinese-American elderly, Chung, Walter Sing Wa: Southern Illinois U Carbondale, US, 1999.
P. Tsai, Use of complementary and alternative medicine by Chinese American women: herbs and health care resources, University of Illinois at Chicago, Health Sciences Center, 2007.
H. A. Bashir, Understanding diversity in cultural identity in South Asians: Implication for clinical practice, Bashir, Huma A : U Cincinnati, US, 2013.
E. A. Thomas, Type 2 diabetes, hearing loss, and contributors to hearing loss in older Mexican Americans, University of California, San Francisco, 2009.
K. Nicole Bazelais, Triple jeopardy: Race-related stress, racial identity, coping patterns, and psychological distress among elderly African American women, Bazelais, Kisha Nicole: Boston Coll , US, 2011.
M. K. Hahm, Transition to nursing home of Korean-American elders, University of San Diego, 2007.
V. Francisco, Together but apart: Filipino transnational families and caring from afar, Francisco, Valerie: City U New York, US, 2013.
H. Noh, Terminally ill Black elders: Making the choice to receive hospice care, Noh, Hyunjin: U Wisconsin - Madison, US, 2013.
M. F. Vadakkan, SURVIVAL: CULTURE-SPECIFIC RESOURCES FOR ASIAN INDIAN ELDERS IN THE COMMUNITY. Master's Thesis., Miami University, Oxford, Ohio. Available from: http://etd.ohiolink.edu/send-pdf.cgi/Vadakkan%20Mary%20F.pdf?miami1115836553, 2005.
K. Gerst, Supplemental security income use by older immigrants from Latin America: Impact of federal and state policy, Gerst, Kerstin: U Massachusetts Boston, US, 2009.
S. Lee Barron, Suicide in context: Elderly Chinese female suicide in San Francisco from 1987 through 1996, Barron, Steven Lee: Pacific Graduate School Of Psychology, US, 2000.
J. Paul Lewis, Successful aging through the eyes of Alaska Native Elders: What it means to be an elder in Bristol Bay, Alaska, Lewis, Jordan Paul: U Alaska Fairbanks, US, 2010.
V. L. Bull, Successful aging and the Chinese-American elder, Bull, Victor L : Kent State U , US, 2005.
H. S. Lee, A study of optimism, coping strategy, and psychological quality of life among White, Korean, and African American female older adults, Lee, HeeSoon: U South Carolina, US, 2011.
P. Yvonne Miranda, Sociopolitical context and depressive symptoms in an older Mexican-origin population, Miranda, Patricia Yvonne: U Michigan, US, 2009.
W. Leigh Tayl Gomez, Social determinants of health outcomes in older Mexican American cancer survivors, Georgia Health Sciences University, 2012.
A. Thao Nguyen, Self-management of type 2 diabetes: Perspectives of Vietnamese Americans, University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, 2011.
A. Celina Vega, Return migration among Latin American elderly in the U.S.: A study of its magnitude, characteristics and consequences, Vega, Alma Celina: U California, Berkeley, US, 2014.
J. Jean Tovar, Resource incentives for return to Mexico for older Mexicans with diabetes in the United States, Tovar, Jennifer Jean: U Texas at Austin, US, 2009.
D. Shin, Residential and care preferences among Korean-American elders and their children, University of Iowa, 2003.
S. S. Hashwani, Resettlement, ethnic identity, and health care experiences of first-generation Pakistani immigrants, University of California, San Francisco, 2006.
B. Catherine Schneider, Refining pathways to disability in urban Black older adults: The roles of cognition, health, health behaviors and depression, Schneider, Brooke Catherine: Wayne State U , US, 2010.
R. Haidle Billow, A qualitative investigation of the strategies used by a sample of native American older adults to cope with race-related stressors, Billow, Rita Haidle: U Montana, US, 2012.
L. Cricel Molina, A qualitative exploration of the effect of age at migration on the acculturative processes of Filipino immigrants: Implications for public health studies, Molina, Lourdes Cricel: U California, Los Angeles, US, 2013.
N. Savusa Braginsky, The psychosocial and cultural values related to dietary and physical activity practices of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders with type 2 diabetes in Hawai'i, University of Hawai'i at Manoa, 2009.
E. - H. Lee, Providing culturally appropriate environments in nursing homes for frail ethnic minority elders in the U.S.: Three case studies of Korean-American nursing homes, Lee, Eun-Hee: U Missouri - Columbia, US, 2012.
D. Mohankumar, Prospective end-of-life decision-making: A study of Asian Indian Hindu younger and older adults, Mohankumar, Deepthi: U Kansas, US, 2009.
P. N. Thao, Proprietors without a spiritual pillar: The search for revitalization among Hmong in the Midwestern United States, Thao, Phillipe N : U Wisconsin - Milwaukee, US, 2011.
M. B. Schure, Prevalence and association of depressive symptoms with physical disability and long-term care use among older American Indians, Schure, Marc B : Oregon State U , US, 2014.
G. L. Marshall, Predictors associated with late-life depressive symptoms among older Black Americans, Marshall, Gillian L : U Washington, US, 2012.
S. Huey- Lan Hu, Post-hospital medication reconciliation in older Chinese-American home care patients, Hu, Sophia Huey-Lan: New York U , US, 2013.
S. Huey- Lan Hu, Post-Hospital Medication Reconciliation in Older Chinese-American Home Care Patients, New York University, 2012.
T. Leigh Doth Peterson, Perceptions of family involvement and quality of life among older African Americans with mental disorders, Peterson, Tina Leigh Dothard: U Alabama, US, 2011.
V. L. Hanashiro, The perception of physical activity and social support for physical activity among native Hawaiians 55 years and older, University of Hawai'i at Manoa, 2012.
J. Michael Gonzalez, Older Mexican Americans: Perceptions of mental distress and pathways to mental health service utilization, Gonzalez, John Michael: U Texas at Austin, US, 2009.

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