Rima E. Rudd mostly deals with Health literacy, Literacy, Public health, Health care and Gerontology. Her Health literacy study frequently intersects with other fields, such as Psychological intervention. Her research investigates the connection between Literacy and topics such as Functional illiteracy that intersect with problems in Reading, Plain language and Pediatrics.
Her research investigates the connection with Public health and areas like Public relations which intersect with concerns in Conceptualization and Empowerment. Many of her studies on Health care apply to Medical education as well. Her research integrates issues of Nursing and Quality in her study of Medical education.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Health literacy, Literacy, Medical education, Health care and Public health. Her Health literacy research integrates issues from Gerontology, Nursing, Family medicine, Health equity and Health communication. Her research in Literacy intersects with topics in Patient education, Health education, Readability and Reading.
Her Medical education research incorporates elements of Quality and Pedagogy. Her study in the field of Health promotion and Health policy also crosses realms of Needs assessment. Her Public health research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Plain language, Functional illiteracy and Public relations.
Rima E. Rudd focuses on Health literacy, Literacy, Medical education, Readability and Focus. Her Health literacy research is under the purview of Health care. Rima E. Rudd is involved in the study of Health care that focuses on Health education in particular.
Her research in Literacy intersects with topics in Breast reconstruction, Gerontology, Public health and Family medicine. Her Public health study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Glossary, Plain language, Program evaluation and Environmental health. Rima E. Rudd works mostly in the field of Readability, limiting it down to topics relating to Medical physics and, in certain cases, Surgery and Mastectomy.
Her primary areas of study are Health literacy, Literacy, Readability, Public health and Health care. While working in this field, Rima E. Rudd studies both Health literacy and Suitability analysis. The concepts of her Public health study are interwoven with issues in Glossary, Plain language, Program evaluation and Medical education.
Rima E. Rudd combines subjects such as Lymphedema and Reading with her study of Vocabulary. The Adverse effect study combines topics in areas such as Over-the-counter, Consumer knowledge and Medical advice. Her work on Patient education as part of general Family medicine study is frequently linked to Medical diagnosis, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science.
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Relationship power, condom use and HIV risk among women in the USA.
J. Pulerwitz;H. Amaro;W. De Jong;S. L. Gortmaker.
Aids Care-psychological and Socio-medical Aspects of Aids/hiv (2002)
Social Marketing for Public Health
Diana Chapman Walsh;Rima E. Rudd;Barbara A. Moeykens;Thomas W. Moloney.
Health Affairs (1993)
Health and Literacy: A Review of Medical and Public Health Literature
Rima E. Rudd;Barbara A. Moeykens;Tayla C. Colton.
Office of Educational Research and Improvement (1999)
Literacy and Health in America. Policy Information Report.
Rima Rudd;Irwin Kirsch;Kentaro Yamamoto.
Educational Testing Service (2004)
Health literacy skills of U.S. adults.
Rima E. Rudd.
American Journal of Health Behavior (2007)
Educational attainment and cigarette smoking: a causal association?
Stephen E Gilman;Laurie T Martin;David B Abrams;Ichiro Kawachi.
International Journal of Epidemiology (2008)
Health Literacy and Child Health Promotion: Implications for Research, Clinical Care, and Public Policy
Lee M. Sanders;Judith S. Shaw;Ghislaine Guez;Cynthia Baur.
Developing and testing the health literacy universal precautions toolkit
Darren A. DeWalt;Kimberly A. Broucksou;Victoria Hawk;Cindy Brach.
Nursing Outlook (2011)
A Content Analysis of Direct-to-Consumer Television Prescription Drug Advertisements
Kimberly A. Kaphingst;William Dejong;Rima E. Rudd;Lawren H. Daltroy.
Journal of Health Communication (2004)
Numeracy and communication with patients: they are counting on us.
Andrea J. Apter;Michael K. Paasche-Orlow;Janine T. Remillard;Ian M. Bennett.
Journal of General Internal Medicine (2008)
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