Category Archives: podcasts

Podcasts for Consumer Health Available

via NCompass Blog on 9/20/10   Are you always on the go? Now your health information can go with you – anywhere, anytime. On average, we spend over 100 hours a year commuting to and from work. Add to that … Continue reading

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AHRQ Spanish Podcasts and Videocasts Available

Thank you, Siobhan, for posting these links on the BHIC Blog.    This is great information for our Spanish speaking clients/patients. Escoja a Su Médico: Choosing a Doctor. This 60-second podcast offers listeners suggestions for ways to select a doctor who … Continue reading

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Presentations of Note

This was posted on the BHIC Blog this morning.      As always, thank you Siobhan for being “on top of resources, events, etc.! Institute Of Medicine Workshop on Integrating Health Literacy in Prevention Programs Presentations from the IOM Workshop on Integrating … Continue reading

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Community Health Education in South Africa

This posting was found on the BHIC blog Health Literacy Out Loud Podcast Selina Maphorogo Talks About Community Health Education in South Africa http://tinyurl.com/mdhvow Selina Maphorogo has been a community health worker in Northern South Africa for many years. She … Continue reading

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“Communicating Clearly on the Web” – Podcast

I found this announcement on the BHIC blog today… Tune into Helen Osborn’s Health OutLoud Podcast “HLOL #19: Communicating Clearly on the Web” Janice (Ginny) Redish, Ph.D. is president of Redish & Associates, Inc. based in Bethesda, Maryland. In this … Continue reading

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Twenty Years Together: The New Readers of Iowa

I saw a familiar name on the Health Literacy Listserv this morning. Julie McKinney, the list moderator posted a story on behalf of Archie Williard. I first met Archie when the New Readers of Iowa sponsored a Health Literacy Symposium … Continue reading

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Health Literacy Burden in Healthcare Podcast

Posted on BHIC Blog, May 5th, 2009 by siobhan | http://tinyurl.com/dlvwvfIn this podcast, Dr. Rima Rudd, Senior Lecturer on Society, Human Development, and Health at the Harvard School of Public Health talks with Helen Osborne, President of Health Literacy Consulting, … Continue reading

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Health Literacy Out Loud" (HLOL) podcasts

I highly recommend the Health Literacy Out Loud podcasts! The topics are always on target with the latest thought provoking information. A recent podcast was an interview with Julie McKinney, the moderator for the Health Literacy listserv. The podcast title … Continue reading

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Talking Health to Men

Health Literacy Out Loud Podcast http://tinyurl.com/bmmwm5 Joe Zoske, MS, MSW is the Administrative Coordinator of the BSW Social Work Program at Siena College in Loudonville, NY. He incorporates his interests in communication, literacy, and men’s health in his teaching of … Continue reading

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What’s New in Health Literacy Consulting

We direct you to the March issue of “Health Literacy Consulting – Helping Organizations Communicate in a Way People Can Understand“. This issue includes articles, announcements about podcasts, conferences and workshops. You can sign up to subscribe at http://www.healthliteracy.com/newsletter.asp It … Continue reading

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