C. Y. Osborn
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Literacy, self-efficacy, and HIV medication adherence.
- M. Wolf, T. Davis, C. Y. Osborn, Silvia Skripkauskas, C. Bennett, G. Makoul
- Patient education and counseling
- 1 February 2007
OBJECTIVE We examined the relationship between patient literacy level and self-reported HIV medication adherence, while estimating the mediating roles of treatment knowledge and self-efficacy on this… Expand
Family Support, Medication Adherence, and Glycemic Control Among Adults With Type 2 Diabetes
OBJECTIVE We used a mixed-methods approach to explore the relationships between participants’ perceptions of family members’ diabetes self-care knowledge, family members’ diabetes-specific supportive… Expand
Measuring adult literacy in health care: performance of the newest vital sign.
- C. Y. Osborn, B. D. Weiss, +4 authors M. Wolf
- Medicine, Sociology
- American journal of health behavior
- 1 September 2007
OBJECTIVE To compare performance of the newest vital sign (NVS) with existing literacy measures. METHODS We administered the NVS and REALM to 129 patients, and NVS and S-TOFHLA to 119 patients all… Expand
Secure messaging and diabetes management: experiences and perspectives of patient portal users
- Ashley E. Wade-Vuturo, L. Mayberry, C. Y. Osborn
- Medicine, Computer Science
- J. Am. Medical Informatics Assoc.
- 1 May 2013
BACKGROUND Patient portal use has been associated with favorable outcomes, but we know less about how patients use and benefit from specific patient portal features. OBJECTIVE Using mixed-methods,… Expand
Clinician-Initiated HIV Risk Reduction Intervention for HIV-Positive Persons: Formative Research, Acceptability, and Fidelity of the Options Project
- J. Fisher, D. Cornman, C. Y. Osborn, K. R. Amico, W. Fisher, Gerald Friedland
- Journal of acquired immune deficiency syndromes
- 1 October 2004
ObjectiveTo conduct research on levels and dynamics of HIV risk behavior among HIV-positive patients in clinical care, use this research to design a clinician-initiated HIV prevention intervention… Expand
The mechanisms linking health literacy to behavior and health status.
OBJECTIVE To examine the mechanisms linking health literacy to physical activity and self-reported health. METHODS From 2005-2007, patients (N = 330) with hypertension were recruited from safety… Expand
Update on Health Literacy and Diabetes
Purpose Inadequate literacy is common among patients with diabetes and may lead to adverse outcomes. The authors reviewed the relationship between literacy and health outcomes in patients with… Expand
Self-Efficacy Links Health Literacy and Numeracy to Glycemic Control
- C. Y. Osborn, K. Cavanaugh, K. Wallston, R. Rothman
- Journal of health communication
- 31 August 2010
The mechanisms underlying the relationship between health literacy, numeracy, and glycemic control are unclear. We explored the role of diabetes self-efficacy in the predicted pathway linking health… Expand
Understanding Patient Portal Use: Implications for Medication Management
- C. Y. Osborn, L. Mayberry, K. Wallston, K. Johnson, T. Elasy
- Journal of medical Internet research
- 1 July 2013
Background The Internet can be leveraged to provide disease management support, including medication adherence promotion that, when tailored, can effectively improve adherence to medications. The… Expand
The ARMS-D out performs the SDSCA, but both are reliable, valid, and predict glycemic control.
- L. Mayberry, J. Gonzalez, K. Wallston, S. Kripalani, C. Y. Osborn
- Diabetes research and clinical practice
- 1 November 2013
AIMS The Adherence to Refills and Medications Scale (ARMS) has been associated with objective measures of adherence and may address limitations of existing self-report measures of diabetes medication… Expand