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Oral health literacy and related socioeconomic factors in mothers

Ju HJ, Oh HW, Lee HS

Objectives: This study aimed to examine oral health literacy (OHL) in mothers and the factors that influence it. Methods: A total of 431 mothers of preschool children were chosen as study...
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Impact of Health Literacy and Illness Perception on Rehabilitation Adherence among Patients with Stroke

Jeong YJ, Kim HS

Purpose: This study explored the level of Rehabilitation Adherence (RA) in patients with stroke receiving rehabilitation treatment and identified the impact of health literacy and illness perception on RA. Methods: A...
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Health Literacy and Related Factors Depending on Socioeconomic Status

Oh YJ, Par KH

Background: In the past 50 years, Korea has achieved rapid economic development. Consequently, health and life expectancy have improved, but there are differences in health status according to socioeconomic condition....
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The Economic Impact of Providing Evidence-Based Pediatric Mental Health Literacy Training to Primary Care Physicians

McCaffrey E, Chang S, Farrelly G, Rahman A, Ritchie B, Goldade R, Cawthorpe D

Objective This paper presents a review of the current state of child and adolescent mental health literacy and provides current evidence of the economic impact of a pediatric mental health...
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Relationship between Health Literacy and Self-care Behavior in Patients with Stomach Cancer after Gastrectomy: Mediating Effects of Subjective Health Status and Specific Self-efficacy

Kim MJ, Shin YS

Purpose: This study aimed to identify subjective health status and specific self-efficacy, and their mediating effects on the relationship between health literacy and self-care behavior in stomach cancer patients following...
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The influence of health literacy competencies on patient-centered care among clinical nurses

Kim M, Cha J

Purpose: The aim of this study was to identify the relationships between health literacy competencies and patient-centered care among clinical nurses. Methods: The participants of this study were 254 nurses...
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Health-Promoting Behaviors, Health Literacy, and Levels of Knowledge about Smoking-Related Diseases among Smokers and Non-smokers: A Cross-Sectional Study

Celebi C, Calik-Kutukcu E, Saglam M, Bozdemir-Ozel C, Inal-Ince D, Vardar-Yagli N

Background: For generations, cigarette smoking has presented an important public health concern. This study aimed to compare the health-promoting behavior, exercise capacity, physical activity level, health literacy, and knowledge level...
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Influence of Health Literacy and Insight on Medication Adherence in Mental Illness

Gang M, Kim S, Ahn MA

Purpose: The purpose of this study was to identify the influence of health literacy and insight on medication adherence in mental illness. Methods: A cross-sectional, descriptive correlational study design was used....
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A Study on the Oral Health Literacy and Related Factors of Mother’s in Some Areas

Kim MJ, Lim CY, Son JL

Background: This study aims to provide basic data for development of the level-based oral health care program depending on the mother’s oral health literacy by finding out how mother’s oral...
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Structural Equation Modeling Analysis on Health Literacy and Cancer Prevention Behaviors among Medically-Underserved, Low-Income Populations

Kim EJ, Kim SH

Purpose: The purpose of this study was to test a hypothetical model about health literacy and cancer preventive behaviors among medically-underserved, low-income populations. Methods: Data were collected by questionnaire survey from...
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Validity and Reliability of the Korean Version of Assessment of Health Literacy in Breast and Cervical Cancer Screening

Shin HS, Chi E, Han HR

Purpose: Health literacy is a significant determinant of health and health behaviors such as cancer screening. Despite its significance, there are limited instruments available to assess health literacy targeting Koreans....
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Association between Health Literacy, Self-care Behavior, and Blood Sugar Level among Older Patients with Type 2 Diabetes in Rural Thai Communities

Suksatan W, Prabsangob K, Choompunuch B

Background: Diabetes mellitus is a major problem worldwide. Moreover, older patients with significantly limited health literacy (HL) tend to have worse self-care behaviors and health outcomes. This study aimed to...
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Health Literacy among Older Adults during COVID-19 Pandemic: A Cross-Sectional Study in an Urban Community in Thailand

Pechrapa K, Yodmai K, Kittipichai W, Charupoonpol P, Suksatan W

Background: This study assessed health literacy (HL) and its associated factors among older adults during the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic. Methods: This cross-sectional study included older adults in urban communities...
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The Effect of an Educational Intervention on Health Literacy and the Adoption of Nutritional Preventive Behaviors Related to Osteoporosis Among Iranian Health Volunteers

Dehghankar L, Panahi R, Hasannia E, Hemmati F, Samiei Siboni F

Objectives: Given the increase in osteoporosis among health volunteers and the effect of health literacy on the adoption of nutritional preventive behaviors, this study aimed to determine the effects of...
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Trends and Level in Health Literacy Research on Immigrants in Korea: A Literature Review

Kang SJ, Hyung NK

Purpose: This study aimed to investigate the current state and trends of health literacy research considering migrants living in South Korea. Methods: A review of the literature was conducted using...
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The Effects of the Level of Health Literacy and Self-care Activities on Quality of Life of Patients with Diabetes in Korea

Kang SJ, Park C

Purpose: The purpose of this study was to identify levels of health literacy and examine the effects of health literacy and self-care activities on quality of life of patients with...
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Comparison Study of e-Health Literacy and Health Promoting Behaviors of Cancer Patients and Nurses

Kim HJ, Kim M

Purpose: The purpose of this study was to examine the e-health literacy and health promoting behaviors of cancer patients and nurses. Methods: The participants were 76 cancer patients who were admitted...
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Gap between Perceived eHealth Literacy and Ability to Use Online Cancer-Related Information

Kim S, Park K, Jo HS

Background: The effective evaluation of health information available online is an important skill. However, consumers' self-perceptions of their eHealth literacy levels do not reflect their actual capabilities. The goal of...
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Correlation between Health Literacy and Quality of Life in Iranian Menopausal Women

Jenabi E, Gholamaliee B, Khazaei S

Objectives: Understanding the factors that promote quality of life (QOL) in menopausal women is essential for establishing educational strategies and health policies. Studies on the relationship between health literacy and...
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Factors Influencing Healthcare Provider-Patient Communication of Patients with Chronic Diseases

Kim M, Lee J, Doo EY

Purpose: The purpose of this study was to investigate the influence of e-health literacy in patients with chronic diseases on their healthcare provider-patient communication. Methods: The participants were 184 patients...
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