NHOPI

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NHOPINative Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islanders
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middle and high school students was as follows: NHOPIs (45.1%), AI/ ANs (43.8%), multiracial persons (38.2%), Hispanics (35.1%), blacks (32.3%), whites (32.0%), and Asians (16.3%).
Because Hawaii has the highest proportion of Asian and NHOPI residents of any state (41% and 9%, respectively) (15), this population provides an opportunity to better describe the epidemiology of these diseases in a high-risk setting.
The internal consistency of the CES-D scale in our NHOPI population is satisfactory at 0.82, according to Cronbach's alpha.
The remaining articles included NH in the analyses but they were included in the racial category "Asians and NHOPI," had insufficient sample sizes to analyze the data by NH ethnicity, and/or did not present or discuss gender differences (Price et al.
Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander white differences were significantly smaller (i.e, less negative) than Asian white differences (P's < 0.001), and the difference between NHOPI and white beneficiaries was only statistically significant for one measure: getting care quickly (10-point deficit for NHOPI beneficiaries; P < 0.05).
Non-AI/AN populations comprised whites; blacks; NHOPIs; Asians; multiracial persons; and Hispanics.
Similarly, we combined Asian and NHOPI self-report categories for calculation of specificity and predictive values since these together most nearly correspond to the Asian or Pacific Islander category in the EDB.
The overall sample consisted of 5,186 Asian and NHOPI respondents in 2001, 6,567 in 2002, and 5,848 in 2003.
middle and high school students was 45.1 percent for NHOPIs, 43.8 percent for AI/ANs, 38.2 percent for multiracial persons, 35.1 percent for Hispanics, 32.2 percent for blacks, 32.0 percent for whites, and 16.3 percent for Asians.
Non-Hispanic whites were next with a 37.8% prevalence of multiple conditions, followed by Hispanics at 27.4% and Asians and NHOPIs at 23.2%, CDC investigators reported (MMWR Surveill Summ.
AMONG RURAL ADULTS, multiple chronic health conditions are most common in non-Hispanic blacks and American Indians /Alaska Natives (AI/ANs) and least common among Asians and Native Hawaiians/other Pacific Islanders (NHOPIs), according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.