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Reaching the “ Disadvantaged ”. “ We Love Eating ” PAU education project Scientific board and city coordinator meeting Barcelona 16 June 2014. 8 Action Verbs. 1. Contextualise 2. Identify 3. Universalise 4. Exchange 5. Integrate 6. Demonstrate 7. Counter 8 Learn.

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reaching the disadvantaged

Reaching the “Disadvantaged”

“We Love Eating”

PAU education project

Scientific board and city coordinator meeting

Barcelona

16 June 2014

Franklin Apfel MD, MHS – Managing Director,

World Health Communication Associates

8 action verbs
8 Action Verbs
  • 1. Contextualise
  • 2. Identify
  • 3. Universalise
  • 4. Exchange
  • 5. Integrate
  • 6. Demonstrate
  • 7. Counter
  • 8 Learn
identify about 1 in 2 persons have inadequate or problematic health literacy hls eu consortium 2012
IdentifyAbout 1 in 2 persons have inadequate or problematic health literacy (HLS-EU Consortium 2012)
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European Health Literacy Survey-ToolWhat does it measure ?Accessing, understanding , appraising and applying
why is health literacy important
Why is Health Literacy important

Health Outcomes of Weak Health Literacy

  • Poorer health choices
  • Riskier behaviours
  • Less use of preventive services
  • More delayed diagnoses
  • Poorer understanding of medical conditions
  • Less adherence to medical instructions
  • Poorer self-management skills
  • Increased risk of hospitalization
  • Increased mortality risk
  • Higher health costs
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WHO Healthy City publication – includes attributes of health literate http://www.euro.who.int/en/health-topics/environment-and-health/urban-health/publications/2013/health-literacy.-the-solid-facts

exchange
Exchange

Messages from “poorly reached”

  • Know more about us.
  • Reframe ‘hard-to-reach’ as ‘poorly-reached’ system failures.
  • View immunisation as one part of larger health challenges.
  • Integrate us into mainstream programmes.
  • Involve us in all stages of programmes aimed at enhancing our inclusion and health.
  • Adapt governance and health systems to be more inclusive.
  • Health Mediators and other community health workers are critically important resources – they need to be supported.
  • Be accessible and respectful.
  • Beware of incentives that could be viewed as bribes for compliance.
demonstrate
Demonstrate

Attributes ofHealthLiterate City

  • Providespoliticalleadership
  • Measures/Integrates
  • Trains workforce
  • Engageswithtargetpopulations
  • Applies universal precautions
  • Aids navigation
  • Providesunderstandablematerials
thank you
Thank You

franklin@whcaonline.org

www.whcaonline.org

Twitter- @franklinapfel