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Health Literacy Interventions and Outcomes: An Updated Systematic Review 

01-15-2024 07:13 AM

This 2011 article by Nancy Berkman and colleagues discusses a systematic review. The review included studies on interventions designed to improve healthcare utilization and health outcomes for people with low health literacy.

Researchers found that the most successful interventions were:

  • ·      Based on theory.
  • ·      Delivered by a health professional (such as a pharmacist or diabetes educator).
  • ·      Focused on skill building.
  • ·      High intensity.
  • ·      Pilot tested before full implementation.

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