DNVF Memorandum Gesundheitskompetenz (Teil 1)-Hintergrund, Relevanz, Gegenstand und Fragestellungen in der Versorgungsforschung: Kurzfassung

Translated title of the contribution: DNVF Memorandum Health Literacy (Part 1)-Background, Relevance, Research Topics and Questions in Health Services Research: Short Version

Nicole Ernstmann, Ullrich Bauer, Eva Maria Berens, Eva Maria Bitzer, Torsten Michael Bollweg, Martin Danner, Andrea Dehn-Hindenberg, Marie Luise Dierks, Erik Farin, Sandra Grobosch, Frederik Haarig, Sarah Halbach, Alfons Hollederer, Andrea Icks, Christoph Kowalski, Ursula Kramer, Edmund Neugebauer, Orkan Okan, Jürgen Pelikan, Holger PfaffJochen Sautermeister, Doris Schaeffer, Laura Schang, Hilde Schulte, Achim Siegel, Leonie Sundmacher, Dominique Vogt, Horst Christian Vollmar, Stephanie Stock

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Abstract

More than half of the German population has difficulties in dealing with health information. It is an important task of health services research to examine how healthcare professionals and health care organizations can meet this challenge. This short version of the DNVF Memorandum Health Literacy (Part 1) defines the terms of individual and organizational health literacy, presents the national and international state of research and ethical aspects of health literacy research in health care settings.

Translated title of the contributionDNVF Memorandum Health Literacy (Part 1)-Background, Relevance, Research Topics and Questions in Health Services Research: Short Version
Original languageGerman
Pages (from-to)639-645
Number of pages7
JournalGesundheitswesen
Volume82
Issue number7
DOIs
StatePublished - 1 Jul 2020
Externally publishedYes

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