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Journal Article
M. Saldov, Kakai, H., McLaughlin, L., and Thomas, A., Cultural barriers in oncology: Issues in obtaining medical informed consent from Japanese-American elders in Hawaii, Journal of Cross Cultural GerontologyJournal of Cross Cultural Gerontology, vol. 13, pp. 265-279, 1998.
R. Gupta and Pillai, V. K., Elder care giving in South Asian families: Implications for social service, Journal of Comparative Family StudiesJournal of Comparative Family Studies, vol. 33, pp. 565-576, 2002.
K. Fitzner, Dietz, D. A., and Moy, E., How innovative treatment models and data use are improving diabetes care among older African American adults, Population Health ManagementPopulation Health Management, vol. 14, pp. 143-155, 2011.
C. Anagnopoulos, Lakota Undergraduates as Partners in Aging Research in American Indian Communities, Educational GerontologyEducational Gerontology, vol. 32, pp. 517-525, 2006.
A. E. Maxwell, Bastani, R., Danao, L. L., Antonio, C., Garcia, G. M., and Crespi, C. M., Results of a community-based randomized trial to increase colorectal cancer screening among Filipino Americans, American Journal of Public HealthAmerican Journal of Public Health, vol. 100, pp. 2228-2234, 2010.
Thesis
K. Hilliard Sorocco, Becoming a health active older adult: The effects of a workshop for Japanese-American older adults, Sorocco, Kristen Hilliard: Oklahoma State U , US, 2002.
C. R. Evans, Depression and health among American Indian and Alaska native elders, Evans, Crystal R : U North Dakota, US, 2010.
S. Kim, The effects of socioeconomic status, social support, and acculturation on the mental and physical health among Korean American older adults in Chicago metropolitan area (Illinois), Kim, Shinyeol: Louisiana State U And Agricultural & Mechanical Coll , US, 2004.
R. Gupta, Elder caregiver burden in South Asian families in the United States: A causal analysis, Gupta, Rashmi: U Texas at Arlington, US, 1997.
R. Gupta, Elder caregiver burden in South Asian families in the United States: A causal analysis, Gupta, Rashmi: U Texas at Arlington, US, 1997.
D. Mae Grandbois, An exploratory study of resilience in the lived experience of native American elders, Grandbois, Donna Mae: North Dakota State U , US, 2009.
L. Anngela McLaughlin, Factors that contribute to stress among Japanese-American and Caucasian-American family caregivers of frail elders, Mclaughlin, Linda Anngela: U Hawaii, US, 2003.
H. - S. Wu, Intergenerational ambivalence and caring for Chinese American elderly, Wu, Ho-Shyuan: Pacific Graduate School Of Psychology, US, 2003.
T. Beth Baker-Demaray, Mental health and social engagement among American Indian elders, Baker-Demaray, Twyla Beth: U North Dakota, US, 2014.
H. Kwon, Older Korean-American adults' attitudes toward the computer, Kwon, Hyuckhoon: The Pennsylvania State U , US, 2010.
D. Mohankumar, Prospective end-of-life decision-making: A study of Asian Indian Hindu younger and older adults, Mohankumar, Deepthi: U Kansas, US, 2009.
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.
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.
H. A. Bashir, Understanding diversity in cultural identity in South Asians: Implication for clinical practice, Bashir, Huma A : U Cincinnati, US, 2013.