OAI Archive: eVols at University of Hawaii at Manoa

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  1. Health Matters: Social, Economic and Philosophical Aspects of Health Care.D. J. Elpern - 1992 - Hawaii Medical Journal 51 (8).
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  2. Healthcare & Education: Native Hawaiian Educational Assessment Project.Alu Like, Kamehameha Schools/Bernice Pauahi Bishop Estate & Office of Education State of Hawai'I. - unknown
    This folder holds the "Native Hawaiian Educational Assessment Project," which is a project looking at the education journey & finding the unique educational needs of Native Hawaiians and also a comparison of the Indian Education Act with the Hawaiian Education Act. This material looks at Hawai'i's educational achievements, the impact of various people, or historical events on the people of Hawai'i and experiences by individual Native Hawaiians from statehood onward. The study hopes to see whether educational experiences and the quality (...)
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  3. Medicine, Meditation, and Osler's Aequanimitas.Richard S. Weeder - unknown
    In this era of near-chaotic changing medical practice, it seems well to reflect on the past standard-bearers of our profession, our present state of mind and morale, and develop new emotional techniques and values suited to our challenges.
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