Networking Reception and Poster Presentation (cash bar)

Be sure to join us for these informative poster presentations on Tuesday, April 2, from 5:15 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. in the Community Terrace Room.

The deadline to submit a poster presenter application has been extended to February 25, 2019. Download the application here. 

A mixed methods approach to investigating the barriers and facilitators of medication adherence in patients with Type 2 diabetes across different health literacy levels
Yen-Ming Huang, MS, BPharm, Graduate Student, Social and Administrative Sciences Division, University of Wisconsin School of Pharmacy;
Olayinka Shiyanbola, PhD, BPharm, Assistant Professor, Social and Administrative Sciences Division, University of Wisconsin School of Pharmacy

A Pedagogy for Health Professions Student Mastery of Health Literacy Principles Using Learn-Do-Teach
Barbara Ruggeri, MLIS, AHIP, Health Sciences Librarian;
Amy Vega BS, Project Coordinator, HRSA Primary Care Training and Enhancement Grant;
Barbra Beck, PhD, Associate Professor, Public Health, Adjunct Professor, Physician Assistant;
Karene Boos, PT, JD, DPT, Clinical Assistant Professor, Physical Therapy;
Jane Hopp, PT, MS, PhD, Associate Vice President for Partnerships and Innovation, Project Director, HRSA Primary Care Training and Enhancement Grant: Carroll University

A Sharper View of Health Literacy for Aging Immigrants in Rural Wisconsin
KaZoua Kue, UW-Manitowoc Student - Social Work Major; 
Laura Apfelbeck, MA, County Coordinator, UW-Extension FoodWIse

Achieving the Triple/Quadruple Aim by Advancing Health Literacy with Aligned Incentives and Information Therapy
Jeff Greene, Chief Executive Officer, MedEncentive, LLC

Addressing Health Literacy Needs of Immigrant Population-Interventions Required
Santosh Kumar Mishra, PhD, Technical Assistant, Population Education Resource Centre (PERC), Department of Lifelong Learning and Extension, S. N. D. T. Women’s University, Mumbai, India

Addressing high risk patient populations in the VA healthcare system with patient engagement and education with the creation of an expanded treatment plan and health summary through the Electronic Medical Record
Connie M. Bongiorno, MSLS, Independent Clinical Research Librarian;
Erika Santos Horta, MD, Neuro-oncology Fellow, Henry Ford Health System, Detroit, MI

Building patient and provider health literacy at a multi-hospital system
Melissa Yan, MPH, Patient Learning and Development Coordinator, University Health Network, Toronto, Canada;
Farrah Schwartz, Manager, Patient Education and Engagement, University Health Network, Toronto, Canada

Describing the protocol for a mixed methods randomized controlled trial: ADdressing Health literacy, bEliefs, adheRence and self-Efficacy (ADHERE) program to improve diabetes outcomes

Olayinka Shiyanbola, PhD, BPharm, Assistant Professor, Social and Administrative Sciences Division, University of Wisconsin School of Pharmacy;
Yen-Ming Huang, MS, BPharm, Dissertator, Social and Administrative Sciences Division, University of Wisconsin School of Pharmacy;
Martha Maurer, PhD, MPH, MSSW, Health Policy Research Scientist, University of Wisconsin, School of Pharmacy, Sonderegger Research Center (SRC) 

Digital Literacy: A crucial component in health literacy
JennaRose Dahl, BA, Graduate Certificate in Teaching Adult ESL, Digital Literacy and Distance Learning Instructor, Minnesota Literacy Council 

Effects of health literacy on diabetes management. Does an online e-health video affect health promotion practice, behaviors, and belief?
Bukunmi Gesinde, BA, MSPH, Doctoral Candidate, Department of Health and Behavior Studies, Teacher’s College, Columbia University, New York

Exceptional Lives: Developing Health Literate Disability Platform with Input from Target Audience
Julie McKinney, MS, Director of Product Content and Health Literacy Specialist, Exceptional Lives, Inc.

Friendly, Accessible, Accurate & On Time: Writing for a Non-Medical Audience
Anne Asher, Award-winning journalist, Founder of Posturally, LLC, Certified Trainer and Health Coach

Healing Health Literacy at Two Urban Low-Income Clinics
Joshua Knox, PA-C, MA, Clinical Associate Professor, Marquette University PA Program;
Abiola Keller, PA-C, MPH, PhD, Assistant Professor, College of Nursing, Marquette University; 
Amy Vuyk, MS, CCC-SLP, Pediatric Speech Language Pathologist, Curative Care Network

Health + Literacy + English: Building Partnerships to Increase Health Literacy in Adult Learners
Doris Ravotas, PhD, Coordinator of Interdisciplinary Health Services Program, Western Michigan University;
Michael Evans, Executive Director, Kalamazoo Literacy Council

Higher Medical Costs among Adults with Limited Health Literacy and Hearing Loss
Steven R. Rush, MA, LP, Director, UnitedHealth Group Health Literacy Innovations Program

Integrating Health Literacy into A State Public Health Agency
Genelle R. S. Lamont, PhD, MPH, Oral Health Surveillance Coordinator, Health Literacy Advisory Group Chair, Minnesota Department of Health

'Learners as Data Interpreters': Engaging Adult ESL Learners in Participatory Research for Improved Health Outcomes
Maricel G. Santos, Ed.D, Professor of English, San Francisco State University;
Margaret Handley, PhD, MPH, Professor, Epidemiologist Departments of Epidemiology & Biostatistics and the Center for Vulnerable Populations at the University of California, San Francisco.

MPower: Empowering Women for Health
Elena T. Carbone, DrPH, RD, LDN, FADA, Associate Professor and Chair, Department of Nutrition, University of Massachusetts Amherst 

One teaching sheet at a time: The influence of a multi-disciplinary council on development of educational resources for patients and families
Jennifer L Doerr, MSN, RN, Clinical Education Specialist, Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin
Julie Turkoske, Patient Family Education Coordinator, Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin

Partnering with Parents to Promote Safety
Christine Lutze, BSN, RN, Patient Safety Specialist and Co-Lead Children's Hospital of WI Parent Safety Committee, Children’s Hospital of WI;
Ms. Jaci Shuit, MA, Parent Advisor, Children’s Hospital of WI

Perception vs Reality in Use of Teach-Back Before and After a One-Hour Skills Training
Michelle Mavreles Ogrodnick, MPH, Research Coordinator, Adult Literacy Research Center, Georgia State University

Protect Your Baby from Syphilis: An Infographic Approach to Preventing Congenital Syphilis
Diana Gonzalez, MPH, CHES, Health Education Specialist, Institute for Healthcare Advancement

Smooth sailing: Streamlining patient education review
Melynda Ozan, MLIS, Consumer Health Librarian, Levine Cancer Institute, Atrium Health;
Abriana Gresham, BA/BS, Patient Education Initiative Intern, Levine Cancer Institute, Atrium Health

The Crystal Clear Mark: Building Literacy Friendly Pharmacies in Ireland
Doris Ravotas, PhD, Coordinator of Interdisciplinary Health Services Program, Western Michigan University

The Health Literacy Task Force: Taking Action to Promote Health Literacy
Cori Gibson, MSN, RN, CNL, Patient Safety Specialist and Co-Lead Children’s Hospital of WI Health Literacy Task Force, Children’s Hospital of WI;
Andrea Morrison, MD, MS, Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, Medical College of Wisconsin

The Relationship Between Health Literacy, Risk Perception, and Over-the-Counter Medication Misuse
Apoorva Reddy, PhD student and TL1 trainee, Health Services Research and Policy Program, University of Wisconsin-Madison; 
Michelle Chui, PharmD, PhD, Associate Professor & Vice Chair of Social and Administrative Sciences,
University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Pharmacy

Understanding the Continuum of Long Term Care
Robert J. Best NHA MAPS, Executive Director, Oak Hill Terrace, Waukesha, WI