Pamela Kelly, MBA, MJ is Director of Partnerships & Initiatives at Health Literacy Missouri (HLM). Since joining HLM in 2012, she has been reinventing what it means to be a health communications leader in the 21st century marketplace. Pam leads HLM’s statewide business development efforts and has succeeded in strengthening strategic partnerships with clients across the public and private sectors. She indeed has had a significant, measurable impact on health in Missouri.
In this podcast, Pamela Kelly talks with Helen Osborne about:
- Why it’s time for health literacy to move from an educational to a business model.
- Disruptive innovation. Reaching audiences in new and different ways.
- Tips and lessons learned for health literacy advocates at all levels of experience, savvy, and spheres of influence.
More Ways to Learn:
- Health Literacy Missouri, http://www.healthliteracymissouri.org
- IHA Easy-To-Read Health Books, http://www.iha4health.org/our-products/
- Brach C, Keller D, Hernandez LM, Bauer C, Parker R, Dreyer B, Schyve P, Lemerise AJ, Schillinger D, “Attributes of a Health Literate Organization,” (June 2012), Discussion Paper from the Institute of Medicine. At http://www.iom.edu/~/media/Files/Perspectives-Files/2012/Discussion-Papers/BPH_Ten_HLit_Attributes.pdf
Health Literacy from A to Z: Practical Ways to Communicate Your Health Message, Second Edition (Updated 2018), by Helen Osborne. Relevant chapters include: 4, 27, 40, 42.
Read this podcast’s written transcript.