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CONSUMER COMPREHENSION of EDUCATIONAL MATERIALS: Key Cognitive Principles  Ruth S. Day Duke University FDA Drug Safety & Risk Management July 17, 2002 “ COGNITIVE ACCESSIBILITY ” The ease with which people can find understand remember use drug information

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CONSUMER COMPREHENSION

of EDUCATIONAL MATERIALS:

Key Cognitive Principles

Ruth S. Day

Duke University

FDA Drug Safety & Risk Management July 17, 2002

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“COGNITIVE ACCESSIBILITY”

The ease

with which

people can

find

understand

remember

use

drug

information

in a safe and effective manner.

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COGNITIVE PRINCIPLES

Information Load

Chunking

Coding

Representation

Location

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COGNITIVE PRINCIPLES

Information Load

Chunking

Coding

Representation

Location

Readability

Comprehensibility

Attention

Cognitive Task

Metacognition

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LOAD

How much is too much?

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LOAD

How much is too much?

Information

Load

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LOAD

How much is too much?

Information Cognitive

Load Load

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EXAMPLE (Original)

  • Tell your doctor, nurse, and pharmacist if you …
  • are allergic to any medicine, either prescription or nonprescription (OTC);
  • are pregnant or intend to become pregnant while using this medicine
  • are breast-feeding;
  • are using any other prescription or nonprescription (OTC) medicine, especially diuretics (water pills) or potassium-containing medicines or supplements;
  • have any other medical problems, especially heart or blood vessel disease or kidney disease;
  • are on a strict low-sodium diet or dialysis, or use low-salt milk or salt substitutes;
  • have had a kidney transplant

Source:Day, R. S. (1999) Optimizing patient comprehension through

medicine information leaflets: Cognition experiments. In A.G. Hartzema, S.

Tolleson-Rinehart, B.L. Sleath, and R.S. Day, Optimizing Patien Comprehension

through Medicine Leaflets. Rockville, MD: U.S. Pharmacopeia. Pp. 60-176.

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EXAMPLE (Original)

  • Tell your doctor, nurse, and pharmacist if you …
  • are allergic to any medicine, either prescription or nonprescription (OTC);
  • are pregnant or intend to become pregnant while using this medicine
  • are breast-feeding;
  • are using any other prescription or nonprescription (OTC) medicine, especially diuretics (water pills) or potassium-containing medicines or supplements;
  • have any other medical problems, especially heart or blood vessel disease or kidney disease;
  • are on a strict low-sodium diet or dialysis, or use low-salt milk or salt substitutes;
  • have had a kidney transplant
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EXAMPLE (Original)

  • Tell your doctor, nurse, and pharmacist if you …
  • are allergic to any medicine, either prescription or nonprescription (OTC);
  • are pregnant or intend to become pregnant while using this medicine
  • are breast-feeding;
  • are using any other prescription or nonprescription (OTC) medicine, especially diuretics (water pills) or potassium-containing medicines or supplements;
  • have any other medical problems, especially heart or blood vessel disease or kidney disease;
  • are on a strict low-sodium diet or dialysis, or use low-salt milk or salt substitutes;
  • have had a kidney transplant
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EXAMPLE (Revised)

Tell your doctor, nurse, and pharmacist if you have:

Allergies to Medicines

--prescription medicine

--nonprescription medicine (OTC)

Female Circumstances

--are pregnant

--intend to become pregnant

while using this medicine

--are breast-feeding

Other Medicines

--prescription medicine

--nonprescription medicine (OTC)

--especially: --diuretics (water pills)

--potassium-containing

medicines or supplements

Medical Conditions

--any other medical problems

--especially: --heart disease

--blood vessel disease

--kidney disease

--kidney transplant

--on dialysis

Diet

--on a strict low-sodium diet

--use low-salt milk

--use salt substitutes

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COGNITIVE TASKS

Read

Free Recall

Recognition

Comprehension

--text, pictures

Problem Solving

--what do if ?

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COGNITIVE TASKS

Read

Free Recall

Recognition

Comprehension

--text, pictures

Problem Solving

--what do if ?

Search & Find

Decision Making

--self selection

--de-selection

Metacognition

--easy/hard?

--like it?

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COGNITIVE TASKS

Read

Free Recall

Recognition

Comprehension

--text, pictures

Problem Solving

--what do if ?

Search & Find

Decision Making

--self selection

--de-selection

Metacognition

--easy/hard?

--like it?

Accuracy

Errors

….

Cognition

&

Actions

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FORMAT SELECTION

Basic Strategy

Indications

Warnings

Dosage

Side Effects

….

CONTENT

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FORMAT SELECTION

Basic Strategy

Indications

Warnings

Dosage

Side Effects

….

CONTENT

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FORMAT SELECTION

Basic Strategy

Indications

Warnings

Dosage

Side Effects

….

CONTENT

Text

List

Outline

….

FORMAT

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FORMAT SELECTION

Basic Strategy

Indications

Warnings

Dosage

Side Effects

….

CONTENT

Find

Understand

Text

List

Outline

….

Remember

Use

COGNITIVE

TASK

FORMAT

Source:Adapted from Day, R.S. (1988) Alternative representations.

In G.H. Bower (Ed.), The Psychology of Learning and Motivation,

22, 261-306. New York: Academic Press.

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Content

Format

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Content

Format

Content

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Content

Format

Format 1

Content

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Content

Format

Format 1

Content

Format 2

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Content

Format

Format 1

Content

Format 2

Format 3

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INFORMATION

Physically

present

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INFORMATION

Physically

present

Functionally

absent