Review of health literacy education, training tools and resources for health providers



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Appendix 1 – MeSH terms

MeSH terms


  • Health education

  • Consumer health information

  • Health literacy

  • Patient medication knowledge

Keywords


Health literacy

Health literacy NZ

Health literacy universal precautions

Health literacy universal precautions evaluation

Health literacy pharmacy

Health literacy medication safety

Health literacy medication safety NZ

Health literacy medication review NZ

Health literacy assessment

Health literacy screening

REALM

TOHFLA


Health literacy screening

Health literacy screening validation

Health literacy screening critique

Health literacy asset model

Health literacy risk model

Health literacy education

Health professional patient communication

Health provider communication strategies

Health literacy system approach

Health literacy training

Health literacy education

Patient centred communication

Health literacy tailored communication

Health literacy provider communication

Health literacy provider patient interaction

Health literacy oral communication

Health literacy written communication

Health literacy schema theory

Health literacy plain language

Health literacy teach-back

Health literacy culture

Health literacy cultural competence (NZ)

Health literacy tools

Health literacy checking understanding

Health literacy clear communication

Health literacy interventions

Patient provider relationship

Patient trust rapport



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