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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.
N. Mokuau, Browne, C. V., Choy, L. B., and Braun, K. L., Using a community-based participatory approach to create a resource center for native Hawaiian elders, Education for Health: Change in Learning & Practice (Medknow Publications & Media Pvt. Ltd.)Education for Health: Change in Learning & Practice (Medknow Publications & Media Pvt. Ltd.), vol. 21, p. 10p, 2008.
C. Browne, Braun, K. L., Nishita, C., Mokuau, N., Kaopua, L. S., and Higuchi, P., SOCIAL AND HEALTH DISPARITIES AMONG ELDERS IN HAWAII: IMPLICATIONS FOR HEALTH LITERACY, GerontologistGerontologist, vol. 51, pp. 285-285, 2011.
S. Pablo and Braun, K. L., Perceptions of elder abuse and neglect and help-seeking patterns among Filipino and Korean elderly women in Honolulu, Journal of Elder Abuse & NeglectJournal of Elder Abuse & Neglect, vol. 9, pp. 63-76, 1997.
C. V. Browne, Mokuau, N., Ka'opua, L. S., Kim, B. J., Higuchi, P., and Braun, K. L., Listening to the voices of native Hawaiian elders and 'ohana caregivers: discussions on aging, health, and care preferences, J Cross Cult GerontolJ Cross Cult Gerontol, vol. 29, pp. 131-51, 2014.
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.
N. Aitaoto, Braun, K. L., Estrella, J., Epeluk, A., and Tsark, J., Design and results of a culturally tailored cancer outreach project by and for Micronesian women, Prev Chronic DisPrev Chronic Dis, vol. 9, p. E82, 2012.
C. V. Browne, Mokuau, N., and Braun, K. L., Adversity and resiliency in the lives of Native Hawaiian elders, Soc WorkSoc Work, vol. 54, pp. 253-61, 2009.