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Defining health literacy and its importance for effective communication

Defining health literacy and its importance for effective communication

Defining health literacy and its importance for effective communication

Veronica Lambert and Deborah Keogh
Veronica Lambert and Deborah Keogh
on behalf of Royal College of Nursing

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Launch date: 26 Jan 2018
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Last updated: 27 Jul 2020

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Rashida O Lawal (26 Jul 2020)
Very Good
Sulola Dorcas (25 Jul 2020)
Its very educative
Obianuju Caroline (24 Jul 2020)
Interesting

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Description

This learning module explores the concept of health literacy, an often hidden barrier to effective healthcare communication. The authors define the components of health literacy, as well as describing the extent and implications of limited health literacy for parents/caregivers and their children. The module also identifies the link between poor health literacy and health outcomes and outlines a framework for adolescent health literacy.

Objectives

After completing this module you should be able to:
1. Define what is meant by health literacy.

2. Outline the key components of health literacy.

3. Describe the extent of limited health literacy.

4. Evaluate the potential impact of limited health literacy on health outcomes.
Veronica Lambert and Deborah Keogh

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Veronica Lambert and Deborah Keogh
on behalf of Royal College of Nursing

Veronica Lambert, Lecturer, School of nursing and human sciences, Dublin City University, Ireland.
Deborah Keogh, At the time of writing, fourth-year undergraduate nursing student, Dublin City University, Ireland.

Current Accreditations

This course has been certified by or provided by the following Certified Organization/s:

  • Royal College of Nursing (RCN)
  • 1.00 Hours

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User Reviews (28)

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Rashida O Lawal (26 Jul 2020)
Very Good
Sulola Dorcas (25 Jul 2020)
Its very educative
Obianuju Caroline (24 Jul 2020)
Interesting
Annastacia Juma (21 Jul 2020)
good
Aye Aye Khaing (19 Jul 2020)
good
Aye Aye Nwe (18 Jul 2020)
Great
Soe Htet Kyaw (16 Jul 2020)
no
Ajanaku Adunni (14 Jul 2020)
very nice course
Odoba Michael Ukpokwu (12 Jul 2020)
interesting
TWAMBAZEMALIYA PHILOMENE (11 Jul 2020)
very Good
Htay Htay Mon (9 Jul 2020)
Health literacy is very important issue to improve health system.Thanks.
Jumbo Cornelius (8 Jul 2020)
This is really helpful and educative.
Mar Mar Aye (8 Jul 2020)
Interested
BAMURANGE Rose (4 Jul 2020)
very good
Vivian Amiohu (3 Jul 2020)
Educative
Cho Cho Myint (2 Jul 2020)
fair
Aye Myat Thu (30 Jun 2020)
very good
NYIRANEZA Rosette (26 Jun 2020)
very good
RUBANDIRABONA Andree (9 Jun 2020)
Fine
Thazin Oo (8 Jun 2020)
thank
Khin Khin Phyo (8 Jun 2020)
good experience and knowledge are effective nursing professional.
MUSABENDE Alexie (4 Jun 2020)
The module is helpful
Yin Yin Win (1 Jun 2020)
Good course
Swe Wint Mon (31 May 2020)
very effective course
MUSHIMIYIMANA Gaudence (28 May 2020)
I wish all the best
MUGIRANGABO Félicien (27 May 2020)
Good
Miss Prisca MUKADUSABE Registered Nurse (24 May 2020)
this module is very crucial for every health care provider
UMWANAWIMPUHWE Honorine (13 May 2020)
Thanks

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