Innovative Educational Strategies to Achieve Health Literacy Competencies for Advanced Practice Nurses and Interprofessional Students
Joyce I. Karl, DNP, APRN-CNP, RN, ANP-BC, COHN-S, College of Nursing, The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, USA
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Health literacy (HL) is an important determinant of health status world-wide. In this session the author will share multiple educational strategies, teaching methods/activities, and student outcomes used to help health professionals achieve personal competency and also design programming to effectively communicate with individual patients and populations with potential HL challenges.
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Karl, Joyce I.; Schubert, Carolyn (2017-09-20)The purpose of this presentation is to discuss the process of selecting and implementing a new electronic health record (EHR) into undergraduate and graduate curricula, and to explore innovative methods for its use in ...
Evidence-Based Strategies to Promote Health Promotion/Wellness Competency and Self-Efficacy for Patients, Clinicians, and Students Karl, Joyce I.Participants will explore evidence-based strategies to promote healthy lifestyle behaviors for their patients, students, and themselves. Conceptual models of evidence-based teaching and health promotion will be presented. ...
Karl, Joyce I.; McDaniel, Jodi (2016-03-17)Session presented on Saturday, July 25, 2015: Background/Problem: Health literacy has been defined as the ability to obtain, process, communicate, and understand basic health information and services in order to make ...
Karl, Joyce I.; Pittman, Oralea (2017-06-21)Purpose This presentation will examine similarities and differences among generations and how diverse educational strategies can be developed for the multigenerational classroom or workplace. It will also discuss how ...
Promotion of evidence-based communication strategies focused on health literacy in the advanced nursing practice curriculum Wood, Felecia G.; Graves, Barbara Ann; Elmore, Joseph D.The study was an educational intervention with master’s nursing students to teach health literacy strategies focused on the individual receiving care and the organization in which care was provided. An online module was ...