Carol Levine works at the United Hospital Fund in New York City. There, she directs the Families and Health Care Project which focuses on developing partnerships between health care professionals and family caregivers, especially during transitions in health care settings. You can see this project online at www.nextstepincare.org.
Levine has won numerous awards for her work on health and social policy issues. In 1993, she was awarded a MacArthur Foundation Fellowship for her work in AIDS policy and ethics. In 2007, she was named a WebMD Health Hero.
In this podcast she talks with Helen Osborne about “Writing health information that caregivers can understand and providers will accept.” Topics include:
- The growing interest in transitions of care
- Writing information in ways caregivers can understand
- Getting buy-in from a cross-section of providers
- Successes, lessons learned, and recommendations