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Health Literacy Out Loud Podcasts
Health Literacy Out Loud Podcasts

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Communicating Clearly In a Crisis (HLOL #98)

Communicating Clearly In a Crisis (HLOL #98)

Suzanne O’Connor, MSN, has worked as an advanced practice nurse for many years in hospital emergency departments, intensive care units, and outpatient practices. She now educates and consults with clinicians of all disciplines about crisis communication, conflict...

Diagnosing Your Practice with Low Health Literacy (HLOL #96)

Diagnosing Your Practice with Low Health Literacy (HLOL #96)

Darren DeWalt, MD, is practicing physician and associate professor in the division of general internal medicine at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He researches ways that patients with low-literacy can self-manage chronic diseases such as diabetes,...

Helping People Learn About Health in India (HLOL #91)

Aniruddha Malpani MD is a long-time health literacy advocate. He not only is an IVF (fertility) specialist in Mumbai, India but also runs the world’s largest free patient education library, HELP: Health Education Library for People. Dr. Malpani believes that empowered...

Writing About Health for the New York Times (HLOL #90)

Writing About Health for the New York Times (HLOL #90)

Theresa Brown, BSN, RN, OCN, is a hospital staff nurse who writes a monthly opinion column for the New York Times called “Bedside.” Her writing focuses on health care policy issues, with particular attention given to the importance of nurses to quality care. Theresa...

Clearly Communicating Scientific Information (HLOL #83)

Clearly Communicating Scientific Information (HLOL #83)

David Nelson MD, MPH is Director of the Cancer Prevention Fellowship Program at the National Cancer Institute. Prior to this position, Dr. Nelson worked as an epidemiologist and health communication scientist at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). He...

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