Arthritis At Home 201 – Findings from Part 2 of ACE’s National Survey Report on Arthritis and Health Literacy
Health literacy is defined as the ability to access, understand, evaluate and use information as a way to maintain and improve health. If people have limited health literacy, they can face challenges with accessing health services that could lead to the development or worsening of their chronic disease.
This episode of Arthritis At Home focusses on the Part Two analysis of the ACE National Survey on Arthritis and Health Literacy. Join Kelly Lendvoy and Ms. Ellen Wang as they take a deeper look at the Survey responses of Black, Indigenous and people of Colour respondents and compare them to the responses of white respondents and the differences in how the two populations understand and use health information.
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