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Health literacy in the eHealth era: A systematic review of the literature.
Kim, H., & Xie, B. (2017).
Can adults with low literacy understand shared decision making questions? A qualitative investigation
. Muscat, D. M., Shepherd, H. L., Morony, S., Smith, S. K., Dhillon, H. M., Trevena, L., . . Mccaffery, K. (2016).
Health literacy and cancer communication.
Davis TC, Williams MV, Marin E, Parker RM, & Glass J. (2002).
Optimize patient health by treating literacy and language barriers
.Dreger V, & Tremback T. (2002).
Using pictographs to enhance recall of spoken medical instructions II.
Houts PS, Witmer JT, Egeth HE, Loscalzo MJ, & Zabora JR. (2001).
ealth Literacy: A Prescription to end the confusion.
Institute of Medicine (2004).
Impact of interpreter services on delivery of health care to limited-English-proficient patients.
Thisted RA, Jacobs EA, Lauderdale DS, Meltzer D, Shorey JM, Levinson W, (2001).
Health literacy and shared decision making for prostate cancer patients with low socioeconomic status.
Kim SP, Knight SJ, Tomori C, Colella KM, Schoor RA, & Shih L et al. (2001).
The extent of patients’ understanding of the risk of treatments.
Lloyd AJ. (2001).
Decision aids for people facing health treatment or screening decisions.
O’Connor AM, Stacey D, Entwistle V, Llewellyn-Thomas H, Rovner D, Holmes-Rovner M, Tait V, Tetroe J, Fiset V, Barry M, & Jones J. (2003).
Assessment of medication knowledge and adherence among patients under oral chronic medication treatment in community pharmacy settings.
Okuyan B, Sancar M, Izzettin FV. (2013).
Closing the loop: physician communication with diabetic patients who have low health literacy.
Schillinger D, Piette J, Grumbach K, Wang F, Wilson C, Daher C, Leong-Grotz K, Castro C, Bindman AB. (2003).
Patient comprehension of emergency department care and instructions: Are patients aware of when they do not understand?
Engel K, Heisler M, Smith DM, Robinson CH, Forman JH, & Ubel PA. (2006).
Multicenter study of limited health literacy in emergency department patients.
Ginde AA, Weiner SG, Pallin DJ, & Camargo CA Jr.(2008).
Effectiveness of a patient education brochure in the emergency department.
Messner ER, Reck DL, & Curci K. (2006).
Value of the timing of informing the emergency department patients on cardiac test results: A randomized controlled study.
Serinken M, Zencir M, Karcioglu O, Sener S, & Turkcuer I. (2009)
Discharge instructions for emergency department patients: What should we provide?
Taylor D, & Cameron PA. (2000).
Role of diagnosis‐specific information sheets in parents' understanding of emergency department discharge instructions.
Waisman Y, Siegal N, Siegal G, Amir L, Cohen H, & Mimouni M. (2005)
Communication Techniques for Patients With Low Health Literacy: A Survey of Physicians, Nurses, and Pharmacists.
Schwartzberg JG, Cowett A, VanGeest J & Wolf MS (2007).
Recognizing and overcoming inadequate health literacy, a barrier to care.
Williams MV. (2002).
The role of health literacy in patient-physician communication.
Williams MV, Davis T, Parker RM, & Weiss BD. (2002).
The multimedia computer for low-literacy patient education: A pilot project of cancer risk perceptions.
Wofford JL, Currin D, Michielutte R, & Wofford MM. (2001).
What Patients Value About Reading Visit Notes: A Qualitative Inquiry of Patient Experiences With Their Health Information
"Background: Patients are increasingly asking for their health data. Yet, little is known about what motivates patients to engage with the electronic health record (EHR). Furthermore, quality-focused mechanisms for patients to comment about their records are lacking. Objective: We aimed to learn more about patient experiences with reading and providing feedback on their visit notes..."
Gerard, M., Fossa, A., Folcarelli, P., Walker, J., & Bell, S. (2017). What Patients Value About Reading Visit Notes: A Qualitative Inquiry of Patient Experiences With Their Health Information [Abstract].
Journal of Medical Internet Research
, 19(7). doi:10.2196/jmir.7212
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