Language and Culture in Health Literacy for People Living with HIV: Perspectives of Health Care Providers and Professional Care Team Members

@inproceedings{Mogobe2016LanguageAC,
  title={Language and Culture in Health Literacy for People Living with HIV: Perspectives of Health Care Providers and Professional Care Team Members},
  author={Keitshokile Dintle Mogobe and Sheila Shaibu and Ellah Matshediso and Motshedisi Boitumelo Sabone and Esther I. Ntsayagae and Patrice Kenneally Nicholas and Carmen J. Portillo and Inge B. Corless and Carol S Dawson Rose and Mallory O Johnson and Allison R Webel and Yvette Cuca and Marta Rivero-M{\'e}ndez and Solymar S. Sol{\'i}s B{\'a}ez and Kathleen M. Nokes and Darcel M Reyes and Jeanne K. Kemppainen and Paula V Reid and Lucille Sanzero Eller and Teri G Lindgren and William L. Holzemer and Dean Wantland},
  booktitle={AIDS research and treatment},
  year={2016}
}
Low health literacy has been linked to inadequate engagement in care and may serve as a contributor to poor health outcomes among people living with HIV and AIDS. The purpose of this paper was to examine the perspectives of health care providers and professional care team members regarding health literacy in HIV disease. A secondary data analysis was… CONTINUE READING