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See detailDealing with health literacy at the organisational level, French translation and adaptation of the Vienna health literate organisation self-assessment tool
Henrard, Gilles ULiege; Vanmeerbeek, Marc ULiege; Buret, Laetitia ULiege et al

in BMC Health Services Research (2019)

Background Efforts to address health literacy should favour a system-based approach with the dual aim both of fostering the material conditions and creating a work culture inside health care organisations ... [more ▼]

Background Efforts to address health literacy should favour a system-based approach with the dual aim both of fostering the material conditions and creating a work culture inside health care organisations that makes it easier for people to use information. The Vienna Health Literate Organisation (V-HLO) self-assessment tool is a German-speaking questionnaire for quality managers of health care organisations. Its objective is to provide a diagnostic of the strengths and weaknesses of the organisation in terms of health literacy. Our goal was to translate and culturally adapt this questionnaire for the French-speaking part of Belgium. Methods We followed the Translation, Review, Adjudication, Pretesting, and Documentation (TRAPD) team model for cross-cultural translation of questionnaires. We used cognitive interviews with quality experts to pre-test the translation. Results Cognitive interviews allowed us to improve the translation by removing certain ambiguities, providing contextual clarifications or rephrasing some items in such a way as to render them more culturally appropriate. Local experts generally judged the tool to be relevant and applicable to their context. The insight gained with regard to their cognitive process when completing the V-HLO allowed us to identify possible barriers to the adoption of the tool (such as difficulties in considering staff literacy as a relevant target for the tool, fear of overwhelming staff, a feeling that some items fell outside the scope of health literacy and lack of attention for integration of services with primary care) and could contribute to the future development of the tool. Conclusion We translated and adapted the V-HLO self-assessment tool for French. The French version of the V-HLO will now be implemented in our local context to assess whether it can make it easier for people to deal with the complexities of health care organisations. [less ▲]

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See detailLa littératie en santé, un levier pour des systèmes de soins plus équitables ? Des outils pour armer les professionnels et impliquer les institutions
Henrard, Gilles ULiege; Ketterer, Frédéric ULiege; Giet, Didier ULiege et al

in Santé Publique: Revue Multidisciplinaire pour la Recherche et l'Action (2018)

This article briefly recalls why low levels of health literacy should be considered to constitute a public health issue. It then proposes the concept of health literacy as a possible lever to help health ... [more ▼]

This article briefly recalls why low levels of health literacy should be considered to constitute a public health issue. It then proposes the concept of health literacy as a possible lever to help health care systems to more effectively take social health inequalities into account. Finally, it provides concrete tools for field workers, both clinicians and quality of care managers, and emphasises the importance of an organizational approach to health literacy [less ▲]

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See detailEn quoi la «littératie» en santé intéresse-t-elle le clinicien de terrain? Un cadre stimulant pour réfléchir à l’efficacité pratique des soins
Henrard, Gilles ULiege; Vanmeerbeek, Marc ULiege; Belche, Jean Luc ULiege et al

in Revue Médicale de Liège (2018)

‘Health literacy’ refers to the ability to find, understand and use health information. It is a relatively new concept, which is becoming increasingly important but remains little known by clinicians ... [more ▼]

‘Health literacy’ refers to the ability to find, understand and use health information. It is a relatively new concept, which is becoming increasingly important but remains little known by clinicians. Still, insufficient levels of health literacy in our patients are common, underestimated and negatively associated with numerous health indicators. A set of practical tools are already available to the clinician. The aim of this article is to present the concept to clinicians and emphasize how it could revitalize reflection on the effectiveness of our interventions in the field. Physicians could take a leadership role in putting the concept of health literacy on the agenda for health care quality improvement. [less ▲]

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See detailUne illustration de multidisciplinarité:"La concertation multidisciplinaire"
Buret, Laetitia ULiege

Conference (2017, March 09)

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See detailIs medicinaal cannabisgebruik een therapeutische optie?
Buret, Laetitia ULiege

in Minerva: Evidence-Based Medicine pour la Première Ligne (2016), 15(9), 221-224

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See detailLes cannabinoïdes à usage médical sont-‐ils une option thérapeutique ?
Buret, Laetitia ULiege

in Minerva: Evidence-Based Medicine pour la Première Ligne (2016), 15(9), 221-224

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See detailDe complexiteit van een consultatie in de huisartspraktijk
Buret, Laetitia ULiege

in Minerva: Evidence-Based Medicine pour la Première Ligne (2016)

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See detailComplexité de la consultation en médecine générale : un outil pour en faciliter l’étude ?
Buret, Laetitia ULiege

in Minerva: Evidence-Based Medicine pour la Première Ligne (2016)

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See detailCoordination des soins en première ligne de soins: et Mme Dupont?
Belche, Jean Luc ULiege; Buret, Laetitia ULiege; Duchesnes, Christiane ULiege et al

in Santé Conjuguée (2016), 74

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See detailCollaborer entre médecins et infirmiers, une affaire de complémentarité
Dispas, Hélène; Buret, Laetitia ULiege

in Santé Conjuguée (2016), 74

Pénurie de médecins, complexification des pathologies et des situations: La question d'une réorganisation des soins et du partage des tâches entre médecins et infirmiers est au coeur de l'actualité. Son ... [more ▼]

Pénurie de médecins, complexification des pathologies et des situations: La question d'une réorganisation des soins et du partage des tâches entre médecins et infirmiers est au coeur de l'actualité. Son examen sous des angles diverses permet d'interroger la collaboration interdisciplinaire.Analyse croisant des expériences internationales avec celles des maisons médicales [less ▲]

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See detailProjet SYLOS en région liégeoise-Rapport d'activités 2014
Belche, Jean Luc ULiege; Duchesnes, Christiane ULiege; Buret, Laetitia ULiege et al

Report (2015)

Le modèle SYLOS (Système Local de Santé) est un modèle de concertation structurée entre représentants des deux lignes de soins d’un territoire. Il vise, au départ d’incidents critiques, à améliorer le ... [more ▼]

Le modèle SYLOS (Système Local de Santé) est un modèle de concertation structurée entre représentants des deux lignes de soins d’un territoire. Il vise, au départ d’incidents critiques, à améliorer le travail des professionnels au bénéfice des patients. Le projet de 2014 consistait en deux volets et c’est sur cette base que le présent rapport est structuré : d’une part, la poursuite des activités entamées entre le Centre Hospitalier Régional de la Citadelle et le cercle de médecine générale, et, d’autre part, un nouveau champ de travail pour envisager l’implication des autres professionnels de la première ligne dans le processus SYLOS. [less ▲]

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