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PowerPoints and/or Other Session Materials- Health Literacy Summit

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Pre-Summit Sessions

Plenary Sessions

  • The Voice of the Patient in Care Delivery

    Karen Drenkard, PhD, RN, NEA-BC, FAAN
    O’Neil Center/GetWellNetwork
    (Plenary Session B)

    Handout 1: Interactive Care Model 
    Handout 2: Nurse Manager Competencies Supporting Patient Engagement 
    Handout 3: Patient and Family Engagement Summit

     Handout: AHRQ Health Literacy Resources

Concurrent Breakout Session A

          Handout 1: Key Driver Diagram
          Handout 2: PDSA Worksheet

  • Why Healthy Communities Need Adult Basic Skills Education: A Call to Action

    Iris Feinberg, PhD, Associate Director, Adult Literacy Research Center, Georgia State University;
    Maricel G. Santos, Ed.D, Associate Professor of English, San Francisco State University;
    Julie McKinney, MS, Independent Consultant with McKinney Health Services, HL Discussion List Moderator, Institute for Healthcare Advancement
    (Session A4)

             Handout 1
             Handout 2

Concurrent Breakout Session B

          Health Literacy Resources & Projects to Inform, Engage &
          Inspire:
(see next 2 PowerPoints and handouts for this session)

          Supplemental materials: Information Resources

            Supplemental Material: Graphic Medicine Book Title List

Concurrent Breakout Session C

Concurrent Breakout Session D

          Handout 1: Informed Consent Policy Worksheet
          Handout 2: Informed Consent Systems Worksheet

      Handout 1: SSG Collaboration Readiness Assessment
       Handout 2: SSG Collective Impact Readiness Assessment

Concurrent Breakout Session E

         International Health Literacy Association (IHLA):
         Learn More, Get Involved, Spread the Word

        
(See two PDFs below for this session)

  • Sabrina Kurtz-Rossi, M.Ed., Assistant Professor of Public Health and Community Medicine at Tufts University School of Medicine
    (Session E3 with Robert Logan)

  • Robert A. Logan, PhD, National Library of Medicine
    (Session E3 with Sabrina Kurtz-Rossi)