2015 Agenda

Monday November 2, 2015

8:00am – 9:00am Breakfast
8:45am – 9:30am Keynote Address: Michael Wolf“Make it Simple, but Significant”: The Design of Meaningful Health Literacy Interventions
9:30am – 10:45am Plenary Session: Michael Paasche-OrlowMind the Gap Between the Train and the Platform: Theory and practice in Health Literacy Research – A group exploration
11:00am – 12:30pm Panel A: Addressing Health Literacy in the collection and use of patient reported data and patient reported outcomes in researchModerator: Russell Rothman

  1. Drenna Waldrop-Valverde
  2. Susan Shaw
  3. William Trick
  4. Rebecca Sudore
11:00am – 12:30pm Panel B: Examining Health Literacy definitions, causal models and measurement from a patient-centered perspectiveModerator: Lauren McCormack

  1. Don Rubin
  2. Linda Aldoory
  3. Nancy Roach
  4. Marilyn Schapira
12:30pm – 2:00pm Box Lunch
12:45pm – 1:45pm Interest Group – MeasurementJolie Haun & Tam Nguyen
12:45pm – 1:45pm Interest Group – NursingJoy Deupree
2:00pm – 3:30pm Panel C: Health Literacy and people with intellectual disabilities, unique perspectives and common groundModerator:Deborah Chinn

  1. Warren Oldreive
  2. Mary Waight
  3. Beth Marks
2:00pm – 3:30pm Oral Abstract Session I: Tools

  1. Kathy Bradley-Klug & Courtney Lynn – Development of the Health Literacy and Resiliency Scale:  An assessment tool for youth and young adults with chronic health conditions
  2. Levent Dumenci– Cancer Health Literacy Study
  3. Dina Gavrilyuk/Susan Shaw – Cultural and translation challenges in assessing health literacy in 4 language groups: The RxHL study
  4. Danielle Muscat – Teaching shared decision making to adults with low literacy as part of a health literacy program: Findings from a cluster randomized controlled trial
2:00pm – 3:30pm Oral Abstract Session II: Chronic Disease

  1. Chun Chang/Qingqi Zeng – Effects of health literacy on blood pressure control among hypertensive: a mediating effect analysis
  2. Ida Spruill – Ethno-cultural barriers to health literacy and disease management for Diabetes among African Americans in South Carolina
  3. Stanton Hudson/Steven Rush – Integrating Universal Precautions: Results from the Health Literacy Practice Improvement Program
  4. Miyoung Kim – The role of health literacy on process and outcomes of a community-based Self-Help Intervention: A Case of Korean Americans with Type 2 Diabetes
3:30p – 4:00pm Coffee Break
4:00pm – 5:30pm Panel D: Examining how socio-demographic factors impact the relationship of literacy, numeracy, and digital problem solving with health (PIAAC)Moderator: Jaleh Soroui

  1. Emily Pawlowski
  2. Esther Prins
  3. Iris Feinberg
  4. Jane Seymore
  5. Ian Bennett
4:00pm – 5:30pm Oral Abstract Session III: Research Methods & Medications

  1. Ryan Ber – Assessing the impact of health literacy, numeracy and race on willingness to participate in biomedical research
  2. Rebecca Mullen – Limited vision and literacy as independent risk factors to unintentional misuse of non-prescription drugs
  3. Shonna Yin – Use of a health literacy perspective to identify best practices for the labeling and dosing of pediatric Rx liquid medications
  4. Laura Curtis – Exploring the impact of low health literacy on participant attrition in clinical research studies
4:00pm – 5:30pm Oral Abstract Session IV: Behavioral

  1. Venkata Suri – Assessing the influence of health literacy on health information behaviors: A Multi-Domain Skills Based approach
  2. Bas Geboers – The roles of loneliness and social participation in the association between health literacy and health behavior in older adults
  3. Kristin Ganahl – How do general demographic and socio-economic, migrant specific and psychological determinants influence health literacy among migrants with Turkish or ex-Yugoslavian background in Austria?
  4. Lindsay Rosenfeld – Examining literacy and potential related factors in public urban mental health service users
  5. Cassity Gutierrez – Assessing the impact of lay patient advocate training in tribal communities
5:30pm – 7:30pm Poster Session – Light Reception

Tuesday November 3, 2015

7:30am – 8:30am Breakfast / Health Literacy Association – Open Forum Meeting
8:30am – 8:45am Awards (Oral Abstract and Poster)
8:45am – 9:45am Keynote Address: Cindy BrachKeep Your Eyes on the Prize: Health Literacy Research as a Means to an End
10:00am – 11:30am Panel E: Examining potential for increasing the role of health literacy in PCORI funded programsModerator: Terry Davis

  1. Elizabeth Hahn
  2. Jerry Krishnan
  3. Martha Lutz
10:00am – 11:30am Panel F: The role of Health Literacy in engaging target populations for developing and evaluating health care interventionsModerator: Ray Ownby

  1. Neely Williams
  2. Susan Bakken
  3. Kirsten McCaffery
11:30am – 12:30pm Box Lunch
11:30am – 12:30pm One-on-One Mentor/Program Officer Meetings
12:30pm – 2:00pm Panel G: Accessible and effective perinatal care for women with low health literacy skills: Intervention development, implementation and evaluationModerator: Brian Penti

  1. Mirjam Fransen
  2. Denise Charron-Prochownik
  3. Sandra Smith

Panel Discussion

12:30pm – 2:00pm Panel H: Health literacy interventions: bench to bedside to community and beyond opportunitiesModerator: Cathy Meade

  1. Clement Gwede
  2. Carol Howe
  3. Jennifer Innis
  4. Darcel Reyes
  5. Linda Watkins
2:00pm – 2:30pm Closing Remarks & Raffles
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