hospitalization, children, Hawaii, cultural awareness
The experience of hospitalization for Hawaiian children on the mainland might be improved through the understanding and development of cultural sensitivity to Hawaiian ways of healing. This article contains a selected review of the literature on meeting the cultural health care needs of Hawaiian children and their families, a discussion of some of the challenges of caring for Hawaiian children in Utah, and suggestions for practice that may improve the experience of hospitalization for Hawaiian children in general.
Original Publication Citation
Lassetter, J. H., & Baldwin, J. H. (2005). Improving the experience of hospitalization for Hawaiian children on the mainland through cultural sensitivity to Hawaiian ways of healing. Journal of Pediatric Nursing, 20(3), 170-176.
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Lassetter, Jane H. and Baldwin, Joan H., "Improving the Experience of Hospitalization for Hawaiian Children on the Mainland Through Cultural Sensitivity to Hawaiian Ways of Healing" (2005). Faculty Publications. 5178.
Journal of Pediatric Nursing
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