Health Information Needs Assessment of Adult Learners in PEI (2007)

This report presents the findings of a health information needs assessment conducted by the PEI Literacy Alliance. The Alliance aims to improve health literacy for Islanders. To help reach this goal, the Alliance conducted a health information needs assessment of people with low-literacy skills, focusing on people enrolled in adult education classes who have level two literacy skills. During focus group discussions, participants were asked about their experiences obtaining health information and how it could be easier for them to get. In addition to a description of the research and a discussion of the key findings, this report also includes suggestions on how to improve the communication of health information to adult learners.

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2008-03-20
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PEI Literacy Alliance. Health Information Needs Assessment of Adult Learners in PEI 2007. Web. 2 Mar. 2021 <http://en.copian.ca/library/research/hlthinfo/hlthinfo.pdf>
PEI Literacy Alliance (2007). Health Information Needs Assessment of Adult Learners in PEI. Retrieved March 2, 2021, from http://en.copian.ca/library/research/hlthinfo/hlthinfo.pdf
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