Title of Presentation

THE CITY OF HONOLULU OR MOKU Oʻ KONA? The Need for Disaggregating City Level Data to Understand COVID-19 Infection Rate Disparities Across Zip Codes in Honolulu

Program/Major

Health Management & Policy

Degree

MPH

Presentation Type

Poster

Start Date

8-4-2021 11:08 AM

End Date

8-4-2021 11:13 AM

Keywords

Urban and Community Health, Health Inequities, COVID-19, Local Knowledge

Abstract

My research examines the relationship between American urbanism in Honolulu, Hawai’i and the disparities in COVID-19 infection rates. This research supports the need for disaggregating city-level data and incorporating local knowledge to address public health inequities. This research utilizes Public Use Microdata Areas (PUMA) to compare health indicators between two distinct neighborhoods in Honolulu, Kalihi and Hawaiʻi Kai. My research aims to center the recovery of ahupuaʻa, or Kanaka ʻŌiwi (Native Hawaiian) land systems.

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Apr 8th, 11:08 AM Apr 8th, 11:13 AM

THE CITY OF HONOLULU OR MOKU Oʻ KONA? The Need for Disaggregating City Level Data to Understand COVID-19 Infection Rate Disparities Across Zip Codes in Honolulu

My research examines the relationship between American urbanism in Honolulu, Hawai’i and the disparities in COVID-19 infection rates. This research supports the need for disaggregating city-level data and incorporating local knowledge to address public health inequities. This research utilizes Public Use Microdata Areas (PUMA) to compare health indicators between two distinct neighborhoods in Honolulu, Kalihi and Hawaiʻi Kai. My research aims to center the recovery of ahupuaʻa, or Kanaka ʻŌiwi (Native Hawaiian) land systems.