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Debra Roter - Reducing the Oral Literacy Burden of Medical Dialogue

by Working at MAXIMUS Center for Health Literacy on Sep 28, 2011

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"Stripping it Down, Mixing it Up, and Bringing it Home: Reducing the e Oral Literacy Burden of Medical Dialogue" was presented at the Center for Health Literacy Conference 2011: Plain Talk in Complex ...

"Stripping it Down, Mixing it Up, and Bringing it Home: Reducing the e Oral Literacy Burden of Medical Dialogue" was presented at the Center for Health Literacy Conference 2011: Plain Talk in Complex Times by Debra Roter, DrPH, Professor, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.

Description: The presenter will describe a framework for thinking about the oral literacy burden in medical dialogue, discuss the evidence that links oral literacy burden to patients’ satisfaction and comprehension of medical information, and propose practical ways to reduce the oral literacy burden of routine health communication with patients.

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