Olfat A. Salem

Department of Nursing Administration and Education, College of Nursing, King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

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  • Original Article   
    Nurses’ Perception of Health Literacy
    Author(s): Modhi S. Alsubaie* and Olfat A. Salem

    Background: Health literacy is a new concept in health promotion services that has reflections on the outcomes of health education and communication activities. Health literacy provides skills that enable individuals to understand, share personal and health information with providers, navigate the healthcare system, engage in self-care, and adopt health-promoting behaviors. However, In Saudi Arabia, limited researches have been conducted in the nursing field to assess nurses’ knowledge and perception of health literacy. This study aimed to assess the nurses’ current knowledge and perception about the impact of health literacy on patients and their practice. Methodology: A descriptive survey design was used in this study. The sample consisted of 679 nurses who worked in a tertiary care setting. The data was coll.. Read More»

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