Understanding critical health literacy: a concept analysis

  title={Understanding critical health literacy: a concept analysis},
  author={Susie Sykes and J. J. Wills and Gillian Rowlands and Keith Popple},
  booktitle={BMC public health},
BACKGROUND Interest in and debates around health literacy have grown over the last two decades and key to the discussions has been the distinction made between basic functional health literacy, communicative/interactive health literacy and critical health literacy. Of these, critical health literacy is the least well developed and differing interpretations of its constituents and relevance exist. The aim of this study is to rigorously analyse the concept of critical health literacy in order to… CONTINUE READING
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