2011 Conference

The full text of the oral presentations can be found here.

The full text of the poster presentations can be found here.

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TIME

LOCATION

SESSION TITLE

SPEAKERS

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 16

4:00pm – 9:00pm Atrium, Lurie Medical Research Building Pre-Conference Registration

MONDAY, OCTOBER 17

7:30am – 8:30am Thorne Auditorium, Rubloff Building Breakfast
8:30am – 10:00am Thorne Auditorium, Rubloff Building Keynote Address:Health Literacy: Insights for Research, Practice and Collaboration Rima Rudd, ScD
10:00am – 10:30am Thorne Auditorium, Rubloff Building BREAK
10:30am – 12:00pm Thorne Auditorium, Rubloff Building Plenary Session I: Health Literacy Measurement Across the LifespanWith moderated discussion to follow Erica Breslau (intro)Russell RothmanJohn ComingsJanet ShimCindy Brach (moderator)
12:00pm – 1:30pm Atrium, Lurie Medical Research Building Box LunchPediatric Interest Group (starts at 12:30 in Baldwin Auditorium)Measurement Interest Group: (starts at 12:30 in Hughes Auditorium)
1:30pm – 3:00pm Baldwin Auditorium, Lurie Medical Research Building Invited Panel:Health Literacy and Health Care Quality Darren Dewalt(Moderator)Angela BregaLaura NoonanCheryl Courtlandt
1:30pm – 3:00pm   Hughes Auditorium,  Lurie Medical Research Building Invited Panel:Exploring Literacy in Mental Health and Illness Alisa Lincoln(Moderator)Barry WeissMeredith Coles
1:30pm – 3:00pm   Room 147, Kellogg Building Invited Panel:Let’s talk: Health Literacy and Cultural Competency Researchers Working Together  Olivia Carter-Pokras (Moderator)Linda AldooryDesiree LieAna Nunez
3:00pm – 3:30pm      Atrium, Lurie Medical Research Building BREAK
3:30pm – 5:00pm Baldwin Auditorium, Lurie Medical Research Building Oral Abstract Presentations Session A Andrew Jager, American Medical Association; Who Gets a “Teach-Back”? Likelihood of Patients Being Asked to Repeat Doctors’ Instructions by Language Preference, Education, and Race and Ethnicity Oralia Bazaldua, University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio; Number of “Teach-Back” Attempts for Successfully Retaining Medication InformationTim Bickmore, Northeastern University; Health Literacy and Therapeutic Alliance with Relational Computer Agents

Laura Shone, University of Rochester; Adolescents’ Health Literacy and Health Communication in Primary Care

Drenna Waldrop-Valverde, Emory University; Social Support Improves Attendance to Outpatient HIV Medical Appointments for Low Health Literate Patients

Moderator: Feleta Wilson
3:30pm – 5:00pm     Hughes Auditorium,  Lurie Medical Research Building Oral Abstract Presentations Session B Chandra Osborn, Vanderbilt University; Development and Validation of the General Health Numeracy Test (GHNT): Implications for Medication Understanding and AdherenceJolie Haun, Veterans Health Administration; Health Literacy Instrument Variation: One Size Does Not Fit AllKathleen Yost, Mayo Clinic; “Health Literacy Assessment Using Talking Touchscreen Technology” (Health LiTT) is a valid measure of health literacy

Michael McKee, University of Rochester; Adapting the Newest Vital Sign Health Literacy Measure for Deaf American Sign Language Users

Scott Smith, University of Rochester; Health Knowledge and Literacy of Deaf Adolescents who use Sign Language: Formative Research Findings

Moderator: Terry Davis
3:30pm – 5:00pm     Room 147, Kellogg Building Oral Abstract Presentations Session C Sian Smith, University of Sydney; Conceptualising and measuring health literacy in the context of informed decision-making: insights and challengesPaul Geltman, Massachusetts Dept of Public Health; The Impact of Dental Health Literacy and Acculturation on Oral Health Status of Recently Arrived Somali Refugees in MassachusettsJavier Crespo, University of Massachusetts; Focused Health Information Literacy Outreach: Meeting the Needs of Latinos in Providence and Seniors in Rural Maine

Melissa Valerio, University of Michigan School of Public Health; Using quantitative and qualitative data to inform the design of a tailored health literacy intervention: Trabajando Juntos/Working Together program

Moderator: Cathy Meade
5:00pm – 7:00pm Atrium, Lurie Medical Research Building Poster Session I & Reception (light fare)
7:00pm – 11:00pm MCA ICCH Conference Dinner (Tickets Required)

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 18

7:30am – 8:30am Thorne Auditorium, Rubloff Building Breakfast
8:30 – 10:00am      Thorne Auditorium, Rubloff Building Keynote Address:Making it Easier to Do the Right Thing: Professionalism, Communication and Organizations Matthew Wynia, MD, MPH
10:00am – 10:30am Thorne Auditorium, Rubloff Building BREAK
10:30am – 12:00pm Thorne Auditorium, Rubloff Building Plenary Abstract Session, (award presentation) H. Shonna Yin, NYU School of Medicine; Liquid Medication Dosing Errors in Children: Role of Provider Counseling Strategies and Parent Health Literacy Angela Brega, Colorado School of Public Health; Mechanisms Underlying the Relationship Between Health Literacy and Glycemic Control in American Indians and Alaska Natives  Lee Sanders, Stanford University; Obesogenic Parent Behaviors in the Care of 2 Month Olds in the GreenLight Study: Role of Parent Health Literacy

George M. Holmes, University of North Carolina; Multi-session self-care training improves knowledge, self-efficacy and self-care behaviors for low and high-literacy patients with heart failure

Laura Curtis, Northwestern University, Unlocking Health Literacy: Associations with Cognition 

Moderator: Dean Schillinger
10:30am – 12:00pm Room 105, Kellogg Building MedEdPORTAL (MEP) Workshop Part I
12:00pm – 1:30pm Atrium, Lurie Medical Research Building Box LunchPoster Session II – HARC and ICCH Posters
1:30pm – 3:00pm Hughes Auditorium,  Lurie Medical Research Building Oral Abstract Presentation Session D Raymond Ownby, Nova Southeastern University; A theory-based health literacy intervention for HIV-related medication adherenceKathryn Davis, Northwestern University; Comparative Effectiveness of Clinic-Based vs. Outsourced Diabetes Self-ManagementCorinne Davis, Vanderbilt University; Effect of a Low-Literacy Intervention on Self-Efficacy and Medication Adherence

Sunil Kripalani, Vanderbilt University; Effect of a Pharmacist Intervention on Serious Medication Errors after Hospital Discharge

Moderator: Mark Williams
1:30pm – 3:00pm Room 147, Kellogg Building Oral Abstract Presentation Session E Sandra Smith, University of Washington;  Health Literacy & Depression in the Context of Home VisitationWendy Vaughon, CUNY School of Public Health at Hunter College; How usable are patient accessible Electronic Medical Records by underserved populations? Jennifer Manganello, University of Albany; Health Literacy, Experience with Health Providers, and Health Information Seeking among African American Adolescents

Michael Wolf, Northwestern University; Low Rates of Advance Directives among Older Adults with Low Health Literacy

Moderator: Joanne Schwartzberg
1:30pm – 3:00pm Room 105, Kellogg Building MedEdPORTAL (MEP) Workshop Part II
3:00pm           Hughes Auditorium,  Lurie Medical Research Building Closing Remarks
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