Understanding Health Literacy Implications for Medicine and Public Health
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Description: rganized into four distinct sections, this book offers findings and raises questions to lead to progressive communication and investigation around the issue of health literacy in the context of the individual, the community, and patient-physician interaction.
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All the information you need in one place! Each Study Brief is a summary of one specific subject; facts, figures, and explanations to help you learn faster.
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Copyright year: 2004
Publisher: American Medical Association
Size: 6.00" wide x 8.75" long x 0.75" tall
|Editors and Chapter Authors|
|Overview of Health Literacy in Health Care|
|Understanding Health Literacy|
|Epidemiology of Low Health Literacy|
|The Patient Perspective|
|Literacy Skills of US Adults|
|What Does Low Literacy Mean?|
|Literacy Demands in Health Care Settings: The Patient Perspective|
|Health Literacy and Communication|
|Health Literacy and the Patient-Provider Relationship|
|Participatory Decision-Making in the Medical Encounter and Its Relationship to Patient Literacy|
|The Challenges of Informed Consent for Low-Literate Populations|
|Using the Internet to Move Beyond the Brochure and Improve Health Literacy|
|Health Literacy and the Delivery of Health Care|
|Literacy Testing in Health Care Research|
|A Conceptual Framework for the Relationship between Health Literacy and Health Care Outcomes: The Chronic Disease Exemplar|
|Health Literacy and Health Outcomes: Overview of the Literature|
|Information for Ordering Literacy Tests|