The poster presentation, “Creating an Evidence‐Based Health Literacy Training Program for Seniors,” was accepted for presentation at the Minnesota Alliance for Patient Safety Conference (November 4-5, 2010).
The Health Literacy Program for Minnesota Seniors (HeLP MN Seniors) is a joint project between the University of Minnesota’s Health Sciences Libraries and the Minnesota Health Literacy Partnership. Through the work of a multi-disciplinary team of health sciences librarians, health literacy specialists, public health professionals, and senior care specialists, HeLP MN Seniors has worked to create an evidence-based workshop program to build capacity and enhance efforts to improve the health literacy status of older adults. The workshops serve as a model health literacy program for seniors that is available for use by others interested in improving health outcomes through health literacy initiatives.
National Library of Medicine National Network of Libraries of Medicine Greater Midwest Region (contract number N01-LM-6-3503). Period of performance: April 1, 2009 - February 28, 2011.
Ellwood, Alisha; Beschnett, Anne; Aspinall, Erinn.
Creating an Evidence‐Based Health Literacy Training Program for Seniors [Poster Presentation: Minnesota Alliance for Patient Safety Conference].
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