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Abstract Purpose This review investigates health literacy education interventions for health professions students in higher education settings with the aim of identifying core elements for the first… (More)
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Approximately 60% of Australian adults do not have adequate levels of health literacy (HL) to manage their own health and health care. There are clear links between low HL levels and poor health… (More)
This paper elaborates how home care workers develop skills in their workplaces after only brief classroom manual handling training and suggests how this development may be supported in situations o...
How home healthcare aides (HHAs) adapt their classroom training to their workplaces is central to their own safety and that of their care recipients. A qualitative approach was adopted for this… (More)
Many kinds of workers need to both work and learn in socially isolated circumstances (i.e. in the absence of others who can provide guidance and support). Such circumstances require particular kinds… (More)
AbstractClassroom training sessions for new home care workers (HCWs) are often brief and ad hoc, varying in format and content. Yet the application of this training may be central to worker and… (More)
How home care workers adapt what they learn in manual handling classroom training sessions to their workplaces (i.e., their clients’ homes) is central to their own safety, as their musculoskeletal… (More)
The rapidly expanding Australian home care workforce represents an untapped resource for improving health literacy (HL) and health outcomes of their clients. Nine home care workers (HCWs) were… (More)