Poster Exhibition


Paper title, Paper Number

Jyoshma Dsouza
Validating the HLS-EU-Q47 for the Indian context157

John McNamara
Promoting health literacy among farmers in Ireland, 156

Mariekevan der Gaag
Towards optimal self-management support for chronically ill with low health literacy levels, 155

Madalina Coman
Farm safety education: a chance to improve safety and health literacy among agricultural workers, 154

Louise O'Leary
Health literacy in a mental health setting, 152

Urska Kosir
Improving health literacy for better quality of life of patients with soft tissue sarcoma, 150

Ignazio Graffeo

Reading and creative writing in an acute mental health inpatients unit: Our sligo experience, 147

Valerie Ubbes

Evaluation phases of an oral health literacy eBook for children: curriculum refinement and user feedback, 142


Hernâni Oliveira

Children's perceptions and Cancer: digital storytelling as a health literacy strategy, 140

E.M.V. Henriques

Health literacy is associated with quality of life of women with breast cancer, 135

Luis Saboga Nunes

The health literacy of workers who act in emergency rooms and  emergency of Clinical Hospital (HC/UFTM-SUS), 131


Luis Saboga Nunes

Health literacy workers who act in emergency rooms of a public Hospital in Brazil, 129


Roisin Guiry

Rebuilding trust and confidence in the cervical screening programme - CervicalCheck education and information materials with health literacy at its heart, 127

Ruth Armstrong

About the Irish health system: a guide for refugees and other migrants, 119

Deasy Norma

Improve Antibiotic prescribing by providing clear, easy to understand information for prescribers and patients, 118

Rahma Novita Asdary

Health literacy among parents as caregivers in neonatal intensive care unit – a systematic review and meta-analysis, 115

Shane O'Donnell

Establishing consensus on key indicators for the monitoring and evaluation of interventions aimed childhood obesity prevention: a Delphi panel study, 112

Peter Kolarčik

Health literacy among dialysed patients in Slovakia: preliminary results from ongoing study, 110


Karen Hosper

How to engage low literate patients in practice improving projects in primary care? Experiences with a participatory method, 109

Nanna Husted Jensen

Using the Conversational Health-Literacy Assessment Tool (CHAT) in client-provider rehabilitation consultations: A pilot evaluation, 105

Nicolaj Faber

Self-management support can increase Health literacy. Examples from high and low level health literacy countries, 104

Hanne Finbråten

Health literacy is needed for adequate health behaviour and empowerment, 99

Mirjam Fransen

Ethnic differences in health literacy among young adults in Amsterdam, 92

Maria Falcon

Health literacy and knowledge about acetaimophen of the elderly in southeast of Spain, 90


Maria Falcon

Functional and perceived health literacy in diabetic patients, 89


Alezandra Torres Castaño

An experience in promoting digital health literacy: PYDESALUD, 88


Charlotte Dyrehave

Health literacy among African HIV-infected migrants in Denmark: The development of a targeted complex intervention, 86


Sinéad Hennessy

A qualitative study of user experience of My PAL: a physical health passport for mental health service users, 85


Ignacio Del Arco Herrera

Promoting education, empowerment and participation in health from a University center, 84


Anna Aaby

Making organizations fit for diversity: Implementing the Organizational Health Literacy Responsiveness Framework in non-communicable disease rehabilitation services, 80


“What does food literacy and nutrition literacy mean?”: updating results obtained through a scoping review, 79

Eamonn Byrne

Refusals to travel, patient empowerment and documentation improvement in the national ambulance service: a quality improvement project, 77


Hester Van Bommel

Diabetes and Self-management. How can you communicate effectively with diabetes patients with low levels of health literacy and support self-management?, 75

Heidi Enwald

Health information literacy as a concept used by Library and information science, 69

Isabelle Delaunois

Healthy Ireland at Your Library–Limerick City & County Library Service and HSE Mid-West working together to improve public health literacy, 67

Sarah Browne

Modifying  behaviour using technology: the BigO clinical feasibility study, 66

Margaret Carmody

The Nursing Mothers' Association of Australia: a new model of maternal education with health literacy implications, 65

Joël Djatche

Psychosocial care project for mothers / adolescent mothers in Cameroon: literacy in maternal mental health, 59

Leonie Sherlock

An assessment of a maternity unit’s written health information using the centers for disease control and prevention clear communication index, 58


Co-creation of an online portal for dialysis patients with low eHealth literacy: effect on adoption, 57


Zeynep Islertase

Health information in the everyday life of female adolescents with a Turkish migration background, 53

Wen-hsuan Hou

Improving the utility of the European Health Literacy Survey Questionnaire: a computerised adaptive test for patients with stroke, 52


Magdalena Wrzesińska

The impact of educational tools tailored to the needs of people with visual impairment on health literacy improvement, 48

Aurore Margat

Therapeutic patient education: an opportunity to meet health literacy needs of patients with low literacy skills. A pedagogical intervention model, 35


James Duhig

Plain language for patient safety and usability: health literacy in medical affairs, 34

Nicole Farrugia

Health literacy and medication adherence: identification of successful interventions, 31


Verna Mckenna

Improving Galway University Hospitals health literacy - developing the policy on written patient information, 26

Verna Mckenna

Development and implementation of a pilot participatory workshop to build staff capacity towards a sustainable health literate hospital environment, 24

Silvia Tuttner

Improving individual and organizational health literacy (HL) through HL-training in a rural region in Austria, 23

Johanna Eronen

Health literacy and active aging –  preliminary results from a study among older Finns, 22

Anna Sjöström

Online health information - a challenging resource, 15

Marie-anne Durand

Graph literacy matters: Examining the association between graph literacy, health literacy, and numeracy in adults with lower socioeconomic status, 7

Teresa Wagner

Maternal mortality prevention: looking at postnatal education through a health literacy lens, 3

Katarinne Moraes

Brazilian translation, cultural adaptation, and validation of the Health Literacy Questionnaire (HLQ), 4

Doris Ravotas

Interprofessional health literacy month celebration in a college of health, 0