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Development of a complex intervention to improve health literacy skills.

Austvoll-Dahlgren A, Danielsen S, Opheim E, Bjørndal A, Reinar LM, Flottorp S, Oxman AD, Helseth S - Health Info Libr J (2013)

Bottom Line: The web portal targeted the general public and took the form of structured sets of tools.The web portal was designed in a systematic and transparent way and address key barriers to obtaining and acting upon reliable health information.The web portal provides open access to the tools and can be used independently by health care users, or during consultations with health professionals.

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Affiliation: Prevention, Health Promotion and Organisation Unit, Norwegian Knowledge Centre for the Health Services, Oslo, Norway.

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Overview of the web portals components and corresponding hypothesised health literacy domains
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fig05: Overview of the web portals components and corresponding hypothesised health literacy domains

Mentions: The barriers we identified and the strategies we chose, touch upon specific domains of health literacy. Figure5 gives an overview of the components of the intervention and corresponding health literacy domains.5


Development of a complex intervention to improve health literacy skills.

Austvoll-Dahlgren A, Danielsen S, Opheim E, Bjørndal A, Reinar LM, Flottorp S, Oxman AD, Helseth S - Health Info Libr J (2013)

Overview of the web portals components and corresponding hypothesised health literacy domains
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Related In: Results  -  Collection

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fig05: Overview of the web portals components and corresponding hypothesised health literacy domains
Mentions: The barriers we identified and the strategies we chose, touch upon specific domains of health literacy. Figure5 gives an overview of the components of the intervention and corresponding health literacy domains.5

Bottom Line: The web portal targeted the general public and took the form of structured sets of tools.The web portal was designed in a systematic and transparent way and address key barriers to obtaining and acting upon reliable health information.The web portal provides open access to the tools and can be used independently by health care users, or during consultations with health professionals.

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Affiliation: Prevention, Health Promotion and Organisation Unit, Norwegian Knowledge Centre for the Health Services, Oslo, Norway.

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