Health Literacy in Context- Settings, Media, and Populations by Don Nutbeam
English | PDF | 2019 | 252 Pages | ISBN : 3038974714 | 3.17 MB
To date, most published health literacy research has focused on assessing and improving personal skills and abilities. More recently, a better understanding has emerged of the extent to which these skills and abilities are mediated by environmental demands and situational complexities – the context in which health literacy is developed and applied. This has led to much greater attention being given to ways of reducing the situational demands and complexity in which an individual makes a health decision. This collection of papers examines current progress in understanding health literacy "in context," by improving our understanding of the mutual impact of a range of social, economic, environmental, and organisational influences on health literacy.
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