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Hānai Ahu: Intersections of Health & Technology in Substance Use Care

June 29 @ 12:00 pm - 1:15 pm HST

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PRESENTED BY THE AANHPI ʻOHANA CENTER OF EXCELLENCE, MĀPUNA LAB, and PAPA OLA LŌKAHI

Join the Māpuna Lab’s virtual summer training series: Hānai Ahu: Anchoring Culture in Substance Use Treatment & Prevention Models. The series focuses on adopting cultural anchors for substance use treatment and prevention strategies. This series provides a tri-lens cultural view of substance use emphasizing “The Impacts of Colonization on Ahupuaʻa. Conceptualization, V3.0” framework that recently launched with the Hawaiʻi State Plan for the Alcohol and Drug Abuse Division of the Department of Health. Learn more at mapunalab.com/hanai-ahu. 

What is your ahu?
What is your pua‘a?

Artwork illustrated by Kealiʻimakamanaʻonalani Parker Poʻoloa


Intersections of Health & Technology in Substance Use Care

In the first training of the training series Hānai Ahu: Anchoring Culture in Substance Use Treatment & Prevention Models, Marion Ano, Kayla Oshiro, Jack Driggers, and special guest Albie Miles discuss the Intersections of Health & Technology in Substance Use Care.

Learning Objectives:

  • Participants will engage in an immersive learning experience and learn how the Intersections of Health & Technology fit into the SAMHSA’s Working Definition of Recovery.
  • Participants will learn to navigate ethics within the intersections of technology and substance use care using The Impacts of Colonization on Ahupuaʻa. Conceptualization, V3.0.
  • Participants will understand how to utilize The Impacts of Colonization on Ahupuaʻa. Conceptualization, V3.0 to improve the integration of health and technology, as it relates to substance use and recovery.

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