HLRP: Health Literacy Research and Practice


Online ISSN: 2474-8307

HLRP: Health Literacy Research and Practice is a forum for the dissemination of high-quality behavioral and clinical research that will bridge research with best practices. Our aim is to attract a full range of investigators and practitioners engaged in health literacy research and practice, including those involved in a broad array of public health, health services, epidemiology, translational, educational, and interventional research and implementation activities.

HLRP: Health Literacy Research and Practice is an interdisciplinary and international open-access publication dedicated to promoting excellence in research and practice to advance the field of health literacy, promote health equity, and reduce health disparities.

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  • January 2018
  • Volume 2 · Issue 1
Table of Contents
Original Research-Qualitative

A Linguistic Analysis of Health Literacy Demands of Chronic Kidney Disease Patient Education Materials

Suzanne Morony, PhD, MPsych(Org); Angela C. Webster, PhD; Rachelle Buchbinder, MBBS(Hons), MSc, PhD, FRACP, FAHMS; Suzanne Kirkendall, BSc; Kirsten J. McCaffery, PhD; Rosemary Clerehan, BA(Hons), DipEd, MA, PhD

Brief Report

An Analysis of Whether Health Literacy and Numeracy Are Associated with Diabetes Medication Adherence

Arathi S. Nandyala, BA, BS; Lyndsay A. Nelson, PhD; Andrea E. Lagotte, MA; Chandra Y. Osborn, PhD, MPH

Brief Report

A Health Literacy-Focused Intervention for Latinos with Hypertension

Hae-Ra Han, PhD, RN, FAAN; Sabianca Delva, RN, BSN; Rebeca Vergara Greeno, BS; Serban Negoita, BS; Mia Cajita, PhD, RN; Wilson Will, PhD, RN

Best Practice

Assessing the Print Communication and Technology Attributes of an Academic Medical Center

Kelsey Leonard, MSIS; Sandy Oelschlegel, MLIS; Emily Tester, BA; Jennifer Russomanno, MPH; Robert Eric Heidel, PhD


Disruptive Innovation and Health Literacy

Joseph M. Geskey, DO, MBA

Original Research

Health Literacy and Plan Choice: Implications for Medicare Managed Care

Robert T. Braun, MS; Andrew J. Barnes, PhD; Yaniv Hanoch, PhD; Alex D. Federman, MD, MPH

Mission and Motivation