Hawaiʻi Train

Native Hawaiian Cultural Intervention Training

Overview

TRAIN is a national learning network that provides thousands of quality training opportunities to more than 2 million professionals who protect and improve the public’s health. Powered by the Public Health Foundation (PHF), the TRAIN Learning Network brings together agencies and organizations in the public health, healthcare, and preparedness sectors to disseminate, track, and share trainings for the health workforce on a centralized training platform. Get started on the course trainings for Native Hawaiian Cultural Intervention Training: Access to Treatment by selecting the section in each webinar. Please note, sections are unlocked as you progress through the coursework for each webinar.

Use Our Interactive Booklet

To bring the entire Kanilehua Framework Webinar series and learning tools together, we created this interactive booklet with curated content from the seven webinar series. The interactive booklet allows users to access the the webinar recordings and key resource links including the HOI Evaluation Report 2021. The booklet also encourages users to reflect on their learning as they progress through the webinar series.

Use this interactive booklet to accompany your Hawaiʻi Train Learning Experience.

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Kanilehua WG 7 Image

Screening, Brief Intervention, Referral to Treatment (SBIRT)

WG 8 Title Slide

Hawaiʻi Opioid Initiatives Work Group 8

Kākuhihewa

(c. 1540-1634)

Kākuhihewa is the 15th aliʻi ‘aimoku (ruling chief) of O‘ahu famously named in the mele “Kaulana Nā Pua.” Kākuhihewa was a kind and friendly chief who was born in Kūkaniloko and raised in the ‘Ewa moku. His primary endeavor was farming, and it is said that his abundant harvests on O‘ahu could be smelled from Kaua‘i.

Today, there is a state office building named after him in Kapolei.