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The Resource Health Literacy and Child Health Outcomes : Promoting Effective Health Communication Strategies to Improve Quality of Care

Health Literacy and Child Health Outcomes : Promoting Effective Health Communication Strategies to Improve Quality of Care

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Health Literacy and Child Health Outcomes : Promoting Effective Health Communication Strategies to Improve Quality of Care
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Health Literacy and Child Health Outcomes
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Promoting Effective Health Communication Strategies to Improve Quality of Care
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Health Literacy and Child Health Outcomes : Promoting Effective Health Communication Strategies to Improve Quality of Care
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Health Literacy and Child Health Outcomes : Promoting Effective Health Communication Strategies to Improve Quality of Care
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Contents
  • Foreword -- Preface -- Acknowledgments -- Contents -- Chapter 1: Health Literacy and Health Communication -- Health Communication -- Health Literacy -- What Is 'Health Literacy' and How Do We Know It Is 'Low'? -- Universal Precautions -- Health Literacy in Numbers -- Health Literacy Tasks by Literacy Skills Levels. -- How Do We Know When a Patient Has Poor Literacy Skills? -- Measuring Health Literacy Skills -- The Cost of Low Health Literacy and the Burden of Chronic Disease -- Low Health Literacy and Patients' Experiences of Health Care -- References -- Chapter 2: Health Literacy and Child Health Outcomes: From Prenatal to Birth and Infant Stages -- References -- Chapter 3: Health Literacy and Child Health Outcomes: Parental Health Literacy and Medication Errors -- Medication Errors and Children -- Health Literacy Challenge #1: Dosing Tools -- Health Literacy Challenge #2: Units of Measurement -- Example of Suboptimal Use of Units on Labeled Instructions and Dosing Tool, Resulting in Parent Confusion -- Example of mg Equivalent on Dosing Tool Leading to Confusion -- Example of Confusion with Units Resulting in Error at the Point of Dispensing -- Example of Confusion with Units Resulting in Error at the Point of Dispensing -- Example of Confusion with Units Resulting in Error at the Point of Dispensing -- Health Literacy Challenge #3: Range of Recommended Dose Amounts, Different Liquid Concentrations -- Health Literacy Challenges with Prescription Medications -- Example of How Lack of Interpretation and Translation Contributed to Error -- Health Literacy Challenges with Over-the-Counter Medications -- Example of Parent Confusion with Active Ingredient Information -- Studies of Health Literacy and Medication Errors -- Reducing Medication Errors: Counseling Strategies -- Demonstrate, Then Confirm Understanding with Teach-Back and Show-Back
  • Size of Oral Syringe -- Using Drawings, Pictures and Printed Information for Patient Education -- Summary of Medication Counseling Strategies -- Brown Bag Review and Medication Reconciliation -- References -- Chapter 4: Health Literacy Universal Precautions: Strategies for Communication with All Patients -- Universal Precautions -- Strategies for Verbal Communication -- Avoid Using Medical Jargon -- Use Plain Language -- Check for Understanding: Teach-Back and Show-Me Techniques -- Teach-Back Technique -- Show-Me Technique -- Encourage Patients to Ask Questions -- Limit the Amount of Information and Repeat: Chunk and Check -- Strategies for Written Information: Using Pictures and Models and Written Information Effectively -- Using Pictures and Models: Patient Education -- Using Written Materials and Pictures for Effective Patient Education -- Recommendations for Using Pictures in Health Education -- References -- Chapter 5: Health Literacy and Effective Health Communication in Pediatric Practices and Health Systems: Creating Shame-Free Environments and Patient-Friendly Institutions -- Will Patients Feel Welcome and Encouraged to Ask Questions? -- Creating a Shame-Free Environment Within a Patient-{u00AD}Friendly Institution -- The Patient-Centered Approach to Communication -- Plain Language in Patient Information Materials: From Registration Forms, Consent Forms, and General Information, to Information Giving and Patient Education Resources -- References -- Chapter 6: Health Literacy and Medical Education -- Providers' Communication Role to Enhance Patients' Adherence -- Prevalence of Health Literacy Training -- Educational Competencies for Health Literacy Training -- Curricular Content -- Methods for Teaching Health Literacy Content -- Educational Principles -- Assessment
  • Program Evaluation: Do Health Literacy Curricula Have an Impact on the Patient and Society? -- Summary -- References -- Chapter 7: Health Literacy and Child Health Outcomes: Dissemination and Sustainability of Improvement Efforts and Policy Changes -- Health Literacy and Quality Improvement -- The Influence Model for Change Processes -- Yin's Educationally Sensitive Patient Outcome (ESPOs) [13]: A Conceptual Model for a Health Literacy -- The Model for Improvement -- Sustainability and Spread -- References -- Index
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