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Developing a culturally responsive breast cancer screening promotion with Native Hawaiian women in churches.

This article presents findings from research to develop the promotional component of a breast cancer screening program for Native Hawaiian women associated with historically Hawaiian churches in medically underserved communities. The literature on adherence to health recommendations and health promo... Full description

Journal Title: Health & social work August 2008, Vol.33(3), pp.169-177
Main Author: Ka'Opua, Lana Sue
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Language: English
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title: Developing a culturally responsive breast cancer screening promotion with Native Hawaiian women in churches.
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  • Ka'Opua, Lana Sue
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  • Culture–Prevention & Control
  • Educational Status–Prevention & Control
  • Female–Prevention & Control
  • Hawaii–Prevention & Control
  • Health Behavior–Prevention & Control
  • Health Promotion–Prevention & Control
  • Humans–Prevention & Control
  • Medically Underserved Area–Prevention & Control
  • Models, Theoretical–Prevention & Control
  • Oceanic Ancestry Group
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description: This article presents findings from research to develop the promotional component of a breast cancer screening program for Native Hawaiian women associated with historically Hawaiian churches in medically underserved communities. The literature on adherence to health recommendations and health promotions marketing guided inquiry on screening influences. Focus groups and individual interviews patterned on the culturally familiar practice of talk story were conducted with 60 Hawaiian women recruited through religious and social organizations. Text data were analyzed with an incremental process involving content analysis and Airhihenbuwa's PEN-3 model. Key informants and senior colleagues reviewed preliminary findings to ensure accuracy of interpretation. Findings reflect collectivist values at the intersection of indigenous Hawaiian culture and religiosity. Inclusion of messages that encourage holistic health across the intergenerational continuum of extended family and fictive kin, reinforcement from spiritual leaders, and testimonials of cancer survivors and family members may facilitate Hawaiian women's screening intent. KEY WORDS: cancer; culture; indigenous population; screening; spirituality
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