Using community development to build critical health literacy

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Sykes, SM, Wills, JD and Crichton, N (2016). Using community development to build critical health literacy. 4th Health Literacy Conference - Health Literacy. Glasgow 18 Mar 2016 London South Bank University.
AuthorsSykes, SM, Wills, JD and Crichton, N
Abstract

Critical health literacy is a domain of health literacy that has been presented as existing at both individual and community level with a potential to contribute to improved health outcomes and reduced inequalities. However, it remains the least well explored and researched domain of health literacy and there are few examples of initiatives designed specifically to build critical health literacy. This study explores how community development processes can be used to develop the key attributes of critical health literacy.

Year2016
PublisherLondon South Bank University
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Print18 Mar 2016
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Deposited07 Mar 2017
Accepted18 Mar 2016
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