Agenda-Monday, November 1, 2021

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Monday, November 1
All times are Eastern Standard Time

Poster Session
All posters will be available throughout the conference for viewing starting on Monday November 1.

10:30 – 11:30 (EST)

Keynote: Charting a Course Toward Community-Engaged Research: What should I Pack?

Cathy Meade, PhD, RN, FAAN

Keynote Speaker

11:30 – 12:30 (EST)

Panel A: Health Literacy and COVID-19: International Perspectives on the Public Response to a Pandemic

12:30 – 1:30  (EST)

Oral Abstract Plenary #1

COVID-19 vaccination information must pay attention to health literacy: readability of official COVID-19 public health information

Olivia Mac

eHealth Literacy and the Digital Divide After COVID-19: The Impact of eHealth Literacy on Patient Telehealth Preferences

Jessica Cheng

Using Health Literacy to Improve COVID-19 Health Messaging: Lessons from the COVID-19 Communications Project

Sienna Ruiz

The mediating effect of health literacy on COVID-19 vaccine confidence among a diverse sample of urban adults

Emily Hurstak

1:30 – 1:40  (EST)


1:40 – 2:40  (EST)

Oral Abstract Plenary #2

Jennifer Innis

Factors associated with Korean American women’s endorsement of human papillomavirus vaccine for their adolescent girls

Lauren Tsao-Wu

Relations among race, health literacy, and structural factors in health care to HIV viral load

Drenna Waldrop

Examining the interplay of health literacy, healthcare access, and health service utilisation and their association with oral health status among older persons

Padmore Adusei Amoah

Asthma Education for High-Risk Patients Decreases Acute Healthcare Utilization for Asthma

Andrea Morrison

2:40 – 4:10  (EST)

Panel B: Health Literacy & Engaged Decision-Making Across the Cancer Care Continuum

Panel C: Technology to Support Individuals Across the Health Literacy Spectrum

4:00 – 5:00  (EST)

Health Literacy Research & Practice Journal Talk

Want to get involved? Join Michael Paasche-Orlow, Editor-in-Chief of HLR&P for a discussion about the journal. Learn about opportunities to publish and the various submission formats. Pitch ideas. Catch the publishing bug.

4:10 – 5:00  (EST)

SIG for Nursing: Panel discussion from nurse leaders who are experts in Health Literacy Research and Practice