Integrating participatory design and health literacy to improve research and interventions

@article{Neuhauser2017IntegratingPD,
  title={Integrating participatory design and health literacy to improve research and interventions},
  author={Linda Neuhauser},
  journal={Studies in health technology and informatics},
  year={2017},
  volume={240},
  pages={
          303-329
        }
}
Health communication is an essential health promotion strategy to convert scientific findings into actionable, empowering information for the public. Health communication interventions have shown positive outcomes, but many efforts have been disappointing. A key weakness is that expert-designed health communication is often overly generic and not adequately aligned with the abilities, preferences and life situations of specific audiences. The emergence of the field of health literacy is… CONTINUE READING
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