Highlights with Rima Rudd (HLH #11)

3From a 2009 Health Literacy Out Loud podcast interview with Dr. Rima Rudd who is Senior Lecturer on Society, Human Development, and Health at the Harvard School of Public Health. She is widely recognized as a leader who helps shape health literacy’s research and practice agenda. Rima Rudd highlights the language of everyday life. Hear the whole podcast interview with Dr. Rima Rudd.

Highlights with Mache Seibel (HLH #10)

1From a 2009 Health Literacy Out Loud podcast interview Dr. Mache Seibel who is a practicing physician and founder of MyMenopauseMagazine.com. He also is a composer and performer, using music and song to teach about health. Dr. Seibel sings a song he composed for Health Literacy Month. Hear the whole podcast interview that includes a second Health Literacy Month song.

Highlights with Alice Villalobos (HLH #9)

Alice & Neo PicFrom Helen Osborne’s 2011 Health Literacy Out Loud podcast interview with a veterinarian, Dr. Alice Villalobos. She is Director of Pawspice in Hermosa Beach and Animal Oncology Consultation Service in Woodland Hills, CA. Dr. Villalobos talks about importance of the human-animal bond. Hear the entire HLOL interview with Dr. Alice Villalobos. 

Highlights with Cindy Brach (HLH #8)

cindybrachFrom a 2012 Health Literacy Out Loud podcast interview with Cindy Brach who is the lead for health literacy and cultural competence at the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ), part of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Cindy highlights an important paper she co-authored, “Ten Attributes of Health Literate Health Care Organizations.” Hear the whole Health Literacy Out Loud podcast interview with Cindy Brach.

 

Highlights with Don Rubin (HLH #7)

IMG_2925From Helen Osborne’s 2010 Health Literacy Out Loud (HLOL) podcast interview with Donald Rubin, PhD. He is Emeritus Professor of Speech Communication, of Language & Literacy Education, and of Linguistics at the University of Georgia. Dr. Rubin is also senior researcher at that institution’s Center for Health and Risk Communication. Listen as Dr. Rubin highlights the power of silence. Hear the whole HLOL interview with Don Rubin. 

Highlights with Linda Neuhauser (HLH #6)

Linda headshot high resolutionFrom Helen Osborne’s 2010 Health Literacy Out Loud (HLOL) podcast interview with Linda Neuhauser DrPH. She is co-principal investigator of UC Berkeley’s Health Research for Action Center, using participatory design to create, implement, and evaluate large-scale communication initiatives. She talks about the value of working closely with your audience. Hear the entire HLOL interview with Linda Neuhauser.

Highlights with Darren DeWalt, MD (HLH #5)

D in officeFrom Helen Osborne’s 2013 Health Literacy Out Loud (HLOL) podcast interview w Dr. Darren DeWalt. He not only is a practicing physician but also lead author of AHRQ’s Health Literacy Universal Precautions Toolkit. Dr. DeWalt talks about some tools to “diagnose” if your practice has low health literacy. Hear the entire HLOL interview w Dr. Darren Dewalt

Highlights with Linda Burhansstipanov (HLH #4)

LB_portrait_05-02-05From Helen Osborne’s 2010 Health Literacy Out Loud (HLOL) podcast interview with Linda Burhansstipanov (or as many say, “Linda B”). She is of the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma and advises healthcare organizations about issues affecting Native Americans. Linda B shares an example of how a metaphor can be used to explain genetic markers. Hear the entire HLOL interview with Linda Burhansstipanov

Highlights with Archie Willard (HLH #3)

archiewillardFrom Helen Osborne’s 2008 Health Literacy Out Loud (HLOL) podcast interview with Archie Willard. He not only is an ardent and articulate health literacy advocate but also a “new reader,” having learned to read when he was 54 years old. Hear the entire HLOL interview with Archie Willard.

Highlights with Michael Villaire (HLH #2)

villaire mug copyFrom Helen Osborne’s 2010 Health Literacy Out Loud podcast about why health literacy matters. This highlight is with Michael Villaire who is CEO of the Institute for Healthcare Advancement. Hear the entire HLOL interview, “Why Health Literacy Matters: A Podcast with Many Voices.”