Agenda-Monday, October 24, 2022

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Monday October 24, 2022
All times are Eastern Standard Time

Poster Session
All posters will be available throughout the conference for viewing starting on October 24, 2022.

10:30 – 10:40  (EST)

Day 1 Opening

10:40 – 11:30  (EST)

Keynote: Criminal-Legal Involved Women and Health Literacy

Megha Ramaswamy, PhD, MPH

Professor of Population Health, University of Kansas School of Medicine

11:30 – 1:00  (EST)

Panel A:

Plain Language Informed Consent Forms and Processes to Promote Empowered Decision Making for People Underrepresented in Research

Marisha Palm

Vincent Miller

Sabrina Kurtz-Rossi

Jeri Burr

Natalie Dilts

Panel B:

Building a Health Literate Community to Achieve Health Equity: Insights, Lessons Learned, and Next Steps

Tetine Sentell

Heather Pennington

Mary Ann Abrams

Kara Saiki

1:00 – 1:30 (EST)

Break/POSTER REVIEW

1:30 – 2:30 (EST)

Special Interest Group A

Health Literacy Solutions to Increase COVID-19 Vaccination Uptake using Human-centered Design and Behavioral Science

Workshop C:

Digital Health Literacy Intervention  in Context – Challenges, Standards, Best Practice and Measures

Diane Levin-Zamir

Orkan Okan

Gillian Rowlands

Stephan Van den Broucke

2:30 – 4:00 (EST)

Oral Abstract Session A

Comparing Experiences and Results of Internet-based Digital Health Literacy Research Across Two Recruitment Methods


Actionability, Understandability and Quality of COVID-19 Vaccine YouTube Videos: Health Literacy Considerations


Exploring the Relationship Between the Number of COVID-19 Information Sources Utilized and the Likeliness of Receiving a COVID-19 Vaccine in an Unvaccinated, Rural Population


Health Literacy Characteristics of Over-the-Counter Rapid Antigen COVID-19 Test Materials and YouTube™ Video Nasal Swab Instructions


Oral Abstract Session B

Nutrition Literacy in Post-secondary Students Experiencing Food Insecurity


Antipyretic Prescriptions and Education at an Emergency Department Visit for Fever in Children 2-24 Months Increase Confidence and Reduce Return Visits


Content Used to Describe or Measure Health Literacy in the Context of Health Promotion for Children Aged 9-12 Years, a Scoping Review


A call for Cross-disciplinary Clarity: Health Literacy of Adolescents with Complex Health Care Needs


4:00 – 4:30 (EST)

Break/POSTER REVIEW

4:30 – 6:00  (EST)

Panel C:

Health Information Library within a Level I Pediatric Hospital 

Jill Hecker Fernandes

Brianna Scott

Joy MacLeod

Nicki Mitchell

Marj Abele

Panel D:

Make Your Research Count: Learning from Health Systems What Is Useful and What They Need

Cindy Brach

Carolyn Cutilli

Karen Komondor

Tom Bauer

Jane Sims

Greg O'Neill