Wellbeing LITERACY What You Need To Know and What You Can Do About It .


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HEALTH LITERACY What You Need To Know and What You Can Do About It. Objectives. At the end of this presentation, you will be able to:. Demonstrate a basic understanding of key health literacy concepts. Communicate the importance of health literacy to colleagues, grantees, and contractors.
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Wellbeing LITERACY What You Need To Know and What You Can Do About It

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Objectives At the end of this presentation, you will have the capacity to: Demonstrate a fundamental comprehension of key wellbeing education ideas. Impart the significance of wellbeing education to associates, grantees, and contractual workers. Distinguish particular approaches to incorporate wellbeing education into your work. 2

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Overview What is wellbeing education and why is it imperative? Wellbeing education at HHS Strategies for enhancing wellbeing proficiency Integrating wellbeing education into your work Resources 3

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What Is Health Literacy and Why Is It Important?

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What Is Health Literacy? This slide contains video clasps of patients talking about their wellbeing education encounters. Patients depict in their own particular words their challenges perusing pharmaceutical marks, understanding educated assent structures, and taking after a medication regimen. In the expressions of one patient, "It\'s only a dialect that I\'m not natural with." The video is delivered by the Academy of Educational Development in a joint effort with the Institute of Medicine with extraordinary on account of the American Medical Association Foundation and the National Center for the Study of Adult Learning and Literacy. 5

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What Is Health Literacy? Wellbeing education is how much people have the ability to acquire, prepare, and comprehend essential wellbeing data and administrations expected to settle on suitable wellbeing choices. Wellbeing education is subject to both individual and systemic elements: Communication abilities of laypeople and experts Knowledge of laypeople and experts of wellbeing themes Culture Demands of the social insurance and general wellbeing frameworks Demands of the circumstance/setting 6

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What Factors Affect Health Literacy? Wellbeing education is reliant on the relational abilities of laypeople and wellbeing experts. Relational abilities incorporate education aptitudes (e.g., perusing, composing, numeracy), oral relational abilities, and cognizance. Relational abilities are setting particular. 7

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What Factors Affect Health Literacy? 2 . Wellbeing education is subject to layman and expert learning of different wellbeing themes. Individuals with restricted or incorrect learning about the body and the reasons for illness may not: Understand the relationship between way of life components, (for example, eating routine and work out) and wellbeing results Recognize when they have to look for care Health data can overpower individuals with cutting edge proficiency abilities. 8

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What Factors Affect Health Literacy? 3. Wellbeing education is reliant on culture. Culture influences: How individuals convey and comprehend wellbeing data How individuals ponder their wellbeing When and from whom individuals look for care How individuals react to suggestions for way of life change and treatment 9

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What Factors Affect Health Literacy? 4. Wellbeing education is reliant on the requests of the human services and general wellbeing frameworks. People need to peruse, comprehend, and finish numerous sorts of structures keeping in mind the end goal to get treatment and installment repayment. People need to think about the different sorts of wellbeing experts and administrations and in addition how to get to mind. 10

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What Factors Affect Health Literacy? 5. Wellbeing proficiency is subject to the requests of the circumstance/setting. Wellbeing settings are unordinary contrasted with different settings in view of a fundamental anxiety or dread component. Medicinal services settings may include exceptional conditions, for example, physical or mental impedance because of sickness. Wellbeing circumstances are regularly new, new, and scaring. 11

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What wellbeing education is NOT… Health proficiency is NOT… Plain Language . Plain dialect is a method for imparting unmistakably. It is one device for enhancing wellbeing education. Social Competency . Social competency is the capacity of experts to work diversely. It can add to wellbeing proficiency by enhancing correspondence and building trust. 12

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Why Is Health Literacy Important? Wellbeing education is critical on the grounds that it influences individuals\' capacity to: Navigate the human services framework, including finding suppliers and administrations and rounding out structures Share individual and wellbeing data with suppliers Engage in self-mind and unending malady administration Adopt wellbeing advancing practices, for example, practicing and eating a solid eating regimen Act on wellbeing related news and declarations These middle of the road results affect: Health results Healthcare costs Quality of care 13

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Health Literacy and Health Outcomes Persons with constrained wellbeing proficiency aptitudes have: Higher usage of treatment administrations Hospitalization Emergency administrations Lower use of preventive administrations Higher use of treatment administrations brings about higher social insurance costs. 14

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Health Literacy and Quality of Care Health education influences the nature of social insurance. "Great quality means furnishing patients with fitting administrations, in an actually capable way, with great correspondence , shared decisionmaking , and social affectability ."* From IOM. Crossing the Quality Chasm: A New Health System for the 21st Century . 2001. 15

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Health Literacy and Shame People with constrained wellbeing education regularly report feeling a feeling of disgrace about their ability level. People with poor education aptitudes are frequently uncomfortable about being not able read well, and they create procedures to adjust. 16

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Measuring Health Literacy Health education is another segment of the 2003 National Assessment of Adult Literacy (NAAL). Broadly illustrative specimen of more than 19,000 grown-ups matured 16 and more seasoned in the United States Assessment of English education utilizing exposition, report, and quantitative scales 17

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Measuring Health Literacy Tasks used to gauge wellbeing education were composed around three spaces: Clinical : Filling out a patient shape Prevention : Following rules for age-proper preventive wellbeing administrations Navigation of the human services framework : Understanding what a medical coverage plan will pay for 18

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Measuring Health Literacy Proficient : Can perform mind boggling and testing proficiency exercises. Middle of the road : Can perform modestly difficult education exercises. Fundamental : Can perform basic ordinary education exercises. Beneath Basic : Can play out close to the most basic and solid education exercises. Nonliterate in English : Unable to finish a base number of screening assignments or couldn\'t be tried in light of the fact that did not communicate in English or Spanish. 19

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Percentage of Adults in Each Literacy Level: 2003 Source: National Center for Education Statistics, Institute for Education Sciences 20

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Nonliterate in English Source: National Center for Education Statistics, Institute for Education Sciences 21

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Average score: 245 Difficulty of Selected Health Literacy Tasks 0 Circle the date of a medicinal arrangement on a doctor\'s facility arrangement slip. (101) Give two reasons a man ought to be tried for a particular sickness, in light of data in an obviously composed handout. (202) Determine what time a man can take a professionally prescribed pharmaceutical, in view of data on the medication name that relates the planning of prescription to eating. (253) Calculate a representative\'s share of medical coverage costs for a year, utilizing a table. (382) Below Basic Intermediate Proficient 500 22 Source: National Center for Education Statistics, Institute for Education Sciences

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Percentage of Adults in the Below Basic Health Literacy NAAL Population: 2003 1 The "Did not acquire wellbeing data over the Internet" classification does exclude jail detainees. 2 Disabilities incorporate vision, hearing, learning inability, and other medical issues. Source: U.S. Bureau of Education, Institute of Education Sciences, National Center for Education Statistics, 2003 National Assessment of Adult Literacy (NAAL) 23

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Percentage of Adults in Each Health Literacy Level, independent from anyone else Assessment of Overall Health: 2003 Source: U.S. Division of Education, Institute of Education Sciences, National Center for Education Statistics, 2003 National Assessment of Adult Literacy 24

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Sources of Health Information Percentage of grown-ups with Below Basic or Basic wellbeing education who get next to zero wellbeing data from the accompanying sources: Source: National Center for Education Statistics, Institute for Education Sciences 25

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The Bottom Line Only 12 percent of grown-ups have Proficient wellbeing education. As it were, almost 9 out of 10 grown-ups may do not have what it takes expected to deal with their wellbeing and avoid illness. Fourteen percent of grown-ups (30 million individuals) have Below Basic wellbeing proficiency. These grown-ups will probably report their wellbeing as poor (42 percent) and will probably need medical coverage (28 percent) than grown-ups with Proficient wellbeing education. 26

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Measuring Health Literacy Measures of wellbeing education at the individual level were produced in the 1990s: Rapid Estimate of Adult Literacy in Medicine (REALM) Test of Functional Health Literacy in Adults (TOFHLA and S-TOFHLA) 27

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Measuring Health Literacy Health proficiency measures in view of utilitarian proficiency don\'t catch the full scope of abilities required for wellbeing education. Current appraisal apparatuses (for populaces and people) can\'t separate among: Reading capacity Lack of wellbeing related foundation information Lack of commonality with dialect and materials Cultural contrasts in ways to deal with wellbeing. 28

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Who Is at Risk? The issue of constrained wellbeing education is more noteworthy among: Older grown-ups Those who are destitute People with restricted instruction Minority populaces Persons with restricted English capability (LEP) 29

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Who Is at Risk? Man

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