Category Archives: patients

Strategies to Improve Communication between Pharmacy Staff and Patients: Training Program for Pharmacy Staff.

AHRQ has a health literacy curriculum for pharmacists: Strategies to Improve Communication between Pharmacy Staff and Patients: Training Program for Pharmacy Staff. It includes a slide set and a trainer’s guide. It focuses on communication on medication, but could be … Continue reading

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Health Literacy in the News

The New York Times online nytimes.com had an article, published on April 2nd, talking about what a significant problem limited health literacy is today. The article also includes an area with many interesting comments from doctors and patients regarding their … Continue reading

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Strategies to Improve Patient Health Literacy Web Conference

I attended an excellent webinar yesterday! The archived broadcast is located at http://webmeeting.nih.gov/p54226514/. This broadcast featured content from a program developed as part of a multi-year project from the Medical Library Association, with funding from the National Library of Medicine. … Continue reading

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