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Improving Health Literacy in Wound-Related Issues and Hygiene for English Language Learner Students at Dole Middle School
|Title:||Improving Health Literacy in Wound-Related Issues and Hygiene for English Language Learner Students at Dole Middle School|
|Contributors:||Tse, Alice (advisor)|
Nursing Practice (department)
Limited English Proficiency
show 1 moreTeach-back
|Publisher:||University of Hawai'i at Manoa|
|Abstract:||Effective communication between patients and clinicians is an essential component in delivering safe and adequate care. With Hawaii’s diversity of cultures, language barriers are often encountered in health care and contribute to health disparities and potentially negative health outcomes. Limited English proficiency, or LEP, has been associated with decreased access to primary and preventative care, impaired patient comprehension, decreased patient adherence and overall decreased patient satisfaction. Children and adolescents migrating to Hawaii from outside the US are vulnerable to the health disparities that disproportionately affect them and require appropriate culturally competent care. The purpose of this evidence-based quality improvement project was to improve health literacy for English Language Learning (ELL) students for wound-related issues utilizing a multimodal education method. Findings indicate potential positive impacts of pictograms and teach-back on patient comprehension and understanding of instructions being delivered.|
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D.N.P. - Nursing Practice|
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