Child and Youth Health Literacy: A Conceptual Analysis and Proposed Target-Group-Centred Definition.

Bröder J, Okan O, Bollweg TM, Bruland D, Pinheiro P, Bauer U (2019)
International journal of environmental research and public health 16: 3417.

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(1) Background: This article adopts an interdisciplinary perspective to analyse, examine, and reflect upon prominent health literacy (HL) understandings in childhood and youth. (2) Method: The conceptual analysis combined Rodgers' and Jabareen's approaches to conceptual analysis in eight phases. (3) Results: First, we present exploratory entry points for developing a child-specific HL understanding based on the six dimensions of a 'health-literacy 6D model'. Second, we describe and reflect upon five meta-level dimensions covering the HL definitions and models for children and youth found in the conceptual analysis. Third, we integrate our findings into a target-group-centred HL definition for children and youth. (4) Discussion/Conclusion: This article raises awareness for the heterogeneity of the current conceptual HL debate. It offers a multidisciplinary approach for advancing the existing understanding of HL. Four recommendations for future actions are deduced from the following four principles, which are inherent to the proposed target-group-centred HL definition: (a) to characterize HL from an asset-based perspective, (b) to consider HL as socially embedded and distributed, (c) to recognize that HL develops both in phases and in flexible ways, and (d) to consider the multimodal nature of health-related information. Further research is necessary to test the feasibility and applicability of the proposed definition and conceptual understanding in both research and practice.
Erscheinungsjahr
2019
Zeitschriftentitel
International journal of environmental research and public health
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16
Art.-Nr.
3417
eISSN
1660-4601
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Article Processing Charge funded by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft and the Open Access Publication Fund of Bielefeld University.
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https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2937579

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Bröder J, Okan O, Bollweg TM, Bruland D, Pinheiro P, Bauer U. Child and Youth Health Literacy: A Conceptual Analysis and Proposed Target-Group-Centred Definition. International journal of environmental research and public health. 2019;16: 3417.
Bröder, J., Okan, O., Bollweg, T. M., Bruland, D., Pinheiro, P., & Bauer, U. (2019). Child and Youth Health Literacy: A Conceptual Analysis and Proposed Target-Group-Centred Definition. International journal of environmental research and public health, 16, 3417. doi:10.3390/ijerph16183417
Bröder, J., Okan, O., Bollweg, T. M., Bruland, D., Pinheiro, P., and Bauer, U. (2019). Child and Youth Health Literacy: A Conceptual Analysis and Proposed Target-Group-Centred Definition. International journal of environmental research and public health 16:3417.
Bröder, J., et al., 2019. Child and Youth Health Literacy: A Conceptual Analysis and Proposed Target-Group-Centred Definition. International journal of environmental research and public health, 16: 3417.
J. Bröder, et al., “Child and Youth Health Literacy: A Conceptual Analysis and Proposed Target-Group-Centred Definition.”, International journal of environmental research and public health, vol. 16, 2019, : 3417.
Bröder, J., Okan, O., Bollweg, T.M., Bruland, D., Pinheiro, P., Bauer, U.: Child and Youth Health Literacy: A Conceptual Analysis and Proposed Target-Group-Centred Definition. International journal of environmental research and public health. 16, : 3417 (2019).
Bröder, Janine, Okan, Orkan, Bollweg, Torsten Michael, Bruland, Dirk, Pinheiro, Paulo, and Bauer, Ullrich. “Child and Youth Health Literacy: A Conceptual Analysis and Proposed Target-Group-Centred Definition.”. International journal of environmental research and public health 16 (2019): 3417.
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