St. Michael's Hospital: IPE Series - You talk to patients, but do they understand? Learn about health literacy universal precautions and how to use them with patients and families
Katrina Grieve, Patient Education Specialist SMH
- Define health literacy
- Describe how health literacy universal precautions can help you provide information and education to patients and families in a way that is understandable and enhances participation in decision-making
- Practice using 3 health literacy universal precautions in health care scenarios
All SMH Students are Welcome.
Please Bring your own lunch and learn! - no lunch will be provided!
Please RSVP Christine Williams at email@example.com December 13 (Include your name, school, program and year of study)
This session follows the Dying and Death elective learning activity with a more immersive look at palliative care. The primary focus is a case-based discussion regarding a discharge scenario. Students develop a management plan for the patient/client and family. As well, they discuss the team process.
Please note this is a senior level activity; Year 1 students cannot register for this activity.
The following programs are automatically enrolled:
- Medicine Year 4
- Nursing Year 2
- Occupational Therapy Year 2
- Speech-Language Pathology Year 2