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Health Literacy Out Loud: hear why health literacy matters and learn practical ways to help
AMA Health Literacy Video
Interviews with individuals with low literacy skills. Produced by the American Medical Association.
The American College of Physicians Foundation (ACP Foundation) has adopted the definition of health literacy developed for the National Library of Medicine and used by Healthy People 2010 (the prevention and health promotion objectives set for the Nation by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services).
Health Literacy Video Archive Project
The Health Literacy Video Archive Project: Documenting Pioneers and Champions is an ongoing record of the history, achievements and growth of scholarly and community work in health literacy. The project includes original video recorded interviews with the founding pioneers as well as young champions in the field of health literacy; people who have made a difference to research, education and/or community engagement with health literacy. Each of the video interviews will archive the contributions of the individual being highlighted.
Improving Americans Health Literacy
Why do hospitals have signs for the "nephrology department" when patients with kidney disease who need that department's services are unlikely to know what the word nephrology means?
On Teach Back
Primary audience for this video is the patient population.