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June 28, 2017

Dr. Winona Lee honored with the Board of Regents’ Medal for Excellence in Teaching award

Ho’omaika’i to our very own Dr. Winona Lee! On May 1, 2017, Dr. Lee was honored with the Board of Regents’ Medal for Excellence in Teaching award.  Most recently, she has been promoted to  Associate. MORE

May 1, 2017

ʻIke Aʻo: Hoʻomana Series

The ʻIke Aʻo Series is an initiative out of the Native Hawaiian Center of Excellence created to heighten the awareness of Hawaiian consciousness in the work place by providing learning opportunities to strengthen the cultural. MORE

February 1, 2017

NHCOE Newsletter

Please click HERE to view the January 2017 NHCOE newsletter. MORE

January 18, 2017

Star Advertiser: Proposals seek to boost Hawaiians’ health

Honolulu Star-Advertiser –  January 18, 2017 –  By Kristen Consillio  kconsillio@staradvertiser.com A group of health leaders is proposing public policy changes such as a minimum wage hike and public dental benefits for low-income residents in. MORE

January 18, 2017

Civil Beat: Report: Native Hawaiians Face A ‘Public Health Crisis’

That’s the conclusion of a task force that wants help from the state. But lawmakers demand to see specific proposals, and quickly.   For a copy of the Powerpoint presentation please click HERE. View the. MORE

January 17, 2017

*NEW* Native Hawaiian Task Force Webpage

Please visit our new and updated webpage for our Native Hawaiian  Task Force! Click here to visit the page!   MORE

August 10, 2016

Aspiring medical students present outstanding science research projects from summer internships at JABSOM and Queen’s

In a collaboration between JABSOM’s Native Hawaiian Health Department and the Queen’s Medical Center, the summer internship students displayed their research posters in an exhibition at the University of Hawaiʻi medical school in Kakaʻako on. MORE

June 6, 2016

Dr. Marjorie Mau first woman in Hawai‘i to receive rank of “Master Physician” by American College of Physicians

University of Hawaiʻi Native Hawaiian Health Professor Marjorie Mau, M.D., M.S., has become the first woman in Hawai‘i to be recognized as a “Master physician” by the American College of Physicians. Dr. Mau, also the. MORE