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Health Literacy and Person Education Appraisal/Evaluation

Appendix C
Health Literacy and Person Education Appraisal/Evaluation
Health Literacy and Person Education Project: Registered Nurses are responsible for person
education that is based on an understanding of health literacy. Learners will explore health
literacy and critically evaluate an online educational item. Please review the sample projects
and recording in the Health Literacy Project Materials folder.
You are required to meet (in-person or virtually) with a person from a profession other
than nursing for this assignment. Together, you will discuss literacy, health literacy, and
how the approach to person education would be different depending on the literacy and
health literacy levels of the target population. Begin to identify who this person might be and
make arrangements to meet with him or her as soon as possible. Examples might include a
public health official, teacher, social worker, physical therapist, physician assistant, etc. (See
grading rubric below for more details.)
You must use the Readability Tool to determine readability levels. http://read-able.com/
You must use the framework at NIH: Evaluating Health Information on the Internet for your
appraisal
https://ods.od.nih.gov/Health_Information/How_To_Evaluate_Health_Information_on_the_Inter
net_Questions_and_Answers.aspx
You must use a recent and scholarly journal article.
You may choose to use the textbooks, along with the other learning materials, from this course as
resources. The e-book Parnell (2014) is highly recommended as a resource for health literacy.
You are required to provide a definition or understanding of the concepts credibility and validity.
You are also required to apply these concepts within each of the NIH criterion noted in the
grading rubric (see below). To assist in applying the concepts of validity and credibility to the
information found or not found on the website or online person education material you are
critiquing, consider reviewing the following websites to learn more about validity and credibility.
Give strong consideration to not using a dictionary definition of credibility and validity for
this assignment. Past students who have used the dictionary definitions had a more difficult time
applying the concepts appropriately.
https://publish.uwo.ca/~floyd/cic2supt/p5.htm
https://umd.instructure.com/courses/1082806/pages/what-is-a-good-source-determining-thevalidity-of-evidence
https://guides.lib.byu.edu/c.php?g=216340&p=1428399
https://libguides.berry.edu/evaluatingweb
https://library.columbia.edu/libraries/undergraduate/evaluating_web.html
Learners will then create a PowerPoint Presentation that addresses health literacy issues and
applies principals while critiquing an online educational item. All the information is to be
supported by current research and references must be listed (have a reference list at the end of
the PowerPoint). For this assignment, cite the website, the Readability Test Tool, and at least one
journal article. For detailed information, see the grading rubric.
***Be sure to cite and reference all sources! In-text citations occur with the information being
reported on the slides. The matching full references should be found on a reference list at the end
of the PowerPoint.***
Post the Health Literacy and Person Education Project to two locations:
Added to the student portfolio by 11:59 pm on the designated due date (day of the week will vary
depending on which NURS 420 course you are in).**
In the Assignment dropbox by 11:59 pm on the designated due date (day of the week will vary
depending on which NURS 420 course you are in).**
Points
possib
le
Criteria to earn points for Health Literacy and Person Education Website
Critique
1 PowerPoint Title Page with Project Title and Author Name(s)
2 Include an introduction/purpose slide.
1. Tell the viewer that you will critique an online person education material using
the Finding Quality Information framework at NIH and principles of literacy and
health literacy.
2. Identify the name of the online person education material you will critique and
provide a few key points about the educational material you will critique.
3. Cite any evidence from the literature and be sure you have a matching reference
on the reference page.
4. For this assignment, it is easiest if you choose a website that has specific
information intended for persons, not necessarily healthcare workers like
nurses or physicians. Examples might include alz.org or cancer.org. and then
narrow down from there (e.g., “what is breast cancer?”, or “what is
Alzheimer’s?”).
Use speaker notes for information so that you do not overcrowd the PowerPoint
slides.
1 In the introduction or next slide, tell the reader you are critiquing a person education
website.
Provide the URL address to the website you are critiquing in the introduction.
4 Identify the intended population for the online person education material you will
critique. For example, if the person education material is about scoliosis, describe the
population the information is intended for—in this case parents of teenagers and
teenagers may be the population.
2 Literacy—define what literacy means
2 Health Literacy—define what health literacy means
10 1. Meet with a person from a profession or discipline other than nursing. Discuss
the concepts of literacy, health literacy, how the approach to person education
might be different depending on the literacy and health literacy levels of the
target population. You may choose to show this person the online person
education material or website you are critiquing, but this is not required.
2. Using one or more scholarly resources and the insights gained from the interview
you conducted, describe the similarities or differences between literacy and
health literacy.
3. Next, describe the connection between literacy and health literacy in your
specific target population. Incorporate the concepts that you discussed with the
person whom you interviewed (a person from a profession other than nursing).
4. Using the principles of health literacy that you have learned throughout this
course, describe why you believe the content of the online person education
material you chose is appropriate or not appropriate for the target
population.
5. On a slide and/or in the notes section of the presentation, you must indicate the
professional role and/or professional title of the person you interviewed (not their
name).
10 For the website you are critiquing, use the Readability Tool to check it for readability
levels. (Keep in mind that these tools assess the literacy levels only of the
website. The tools do not address health literacy. You must draw conclusions based
the results of the readability levels of the website and the health literacy levels of the
target population.)
Go to: http://read-able.com/
Enter the URL of the person education material you are critiquing. Click Calculate
Readability to receive a report
In your PowerPoint, report the
1. Average reading grade level
2. The age reading level
3. Tell what Flesch Kincaid Reading Ease means and what the score is for the
person education material—is this appropriate for your population?
4. Explain what Flesch Kincaid Grade Level means and what the score is for the
person education material—is this appropriate for your population?
5. Explain what Automated Readability Index (ARI) means and what the score
is for the person education material—is this appropriate for your population?
4 Use the framework at NIH: Evaluating Health Information on the Internet for your
appraisal
https://ods.od.nih.gov/Health_Information/How_To_Evaluate_Health_Information_o
n_the_Internet_Questions_and_Answers.aspx
Create a slide that introduces the need to evaluate online resources. In this section of
your PowerPoint presentation (either on a slide or in the speaker notes), include:
1. Definition or understanding of credibility
2. Definition or understanding of validity
Be sure to cite and reference scholarly resource(s) appropriately. (See above for
links to resources that describe the concepts of credibility and validity as they relate
to online materials.)
For the next 6 slides, you will apply the criteria from the NIH Evaluating Health
Information to your online person education material. You can use the NIH prompts
to help you address each of the criterion listed below. You will apply the criteria in a
summary format, using the speaker notes to elaborate on each of your answers. Be as
thorough as possible, using the questions for each criterion as a guide.
8 Date of issue or revision: Is the site current? Is the medical evidence on the site
current? What is the latest date noted on the site?
Explain how the information, or lack of information, in this section impacts the
credibility or validity of the person education material. A failure to draw a
conclusion on credibility or validity (does not have to be both) will results in a points
deduction.
8 Credentials of source: Whose name is on it and/or who runs the website?
Is there any bias or sponsorship, such as commercial uses of the website? Look for
any advertisements. If there are advertisements, do you see any bias? Is the
information tainted to sell a product?
Explain how the information, or lack of information, in this section impacts the
credibility or validity of the person education material. A failure to draw a
conclusion on credibility or validity (does not have to be both) will results in a points
deduction.
8 Accuracy and Evidence: Is the information accurate? Who is the intended
audience? Is the information appropriate for the intended audience? Is there a
disclaimer on the webpage about seeking medical advice or fact/fiction?
Explain how the information, or lack of information, in this section impacts the
credibility or validity of the person education material. A failure to draw a
conclusion on credibility or validity (does not have to be both) will results in a points
deduction.
8 Multimedia or applications: Do the multimedia/application tools work? Are you
able to navigate the website easily? Is the website well organized and the hyperlinks
work?
Explain how the information, or lack of information, in this section impacts the
credibility or validity of the person education material. A failure to draw a
conclusion on credibility or validity (does not have to be both) will results in a points
deduction.
8 Other links, tools, and resources: Does it work with any other tools and resources?
Are there links to other websites?
Explain how the information, or lack of information, in this section impacts the
credibility or validity of the person education material. A failure to draw a
conclusion on credibility or validity (does not have to be both) will results in a points
deduction.
8 Protection and Security: Is it secure? How are user interactions managed? What
information does the website collect? Does it protect your privacy? Look for privacy
policies—sometimes these are found at the bottom of the webpage. Are users able to
post to the website or ask a question? Look for an area that says “Contact us”
Explain how the information, or lack of information, in this section impacts the
credibility or validity of the person education material. A failure to draw a
conclusion on credibility or validity (does not have to be both) will results in a points
deduction.
4 Summarize four to five points of the overall presentation on a Summary Slide.
Be sure to summarize the entire presentation. You’ve critiqued the website based on
literacy (readability), health literacy (ability of your target population to apply the
information to manage their own health), the NIH criteria, and the credibility and
validity. Be sure all of these points are summarized. Make sure you include your
recommendation as to the appropriateness of website to your target population.
6 Next is the Reference(s) Slide. References should be scholarly and credible. For this
assignment, cite and reference the website, the Readability Test Tool, and at least one
journal article.
APA format is followed. This means that sources are cited on slides and referenced
on the reference page. Points will be deducted for APA formatting errors.
2 Fewer than 3 grammar or spelling errors present
Evidence of proofreading should be present by the use of correct grammar and
spelling.
4 Use an easy-to-read font and color
Use images as appropriate. Be sure you abide by any copyright laws if using
images found online.
Do not overcrowd the slides. Place the bulk of the content into the speaker notes
section of each slide.
PowerPoint is submitted to the NURS1100 Portfolio by the due date for the
assignment. Complete the portfolio verification quiz for 10 points after you place the
item in your portfolio. Failure to submit the assignment to the portfolio by the due
date will result in no credit for the10 points.
100 Total possible
Note: For this course, your Health Literacy and Person Education Project will be part of
your Nursing ePortfolio.Appendix C
Health Literacy and Person Education Appraisal/Evaluation
Health Literacy and Person Education Project: Registered Nurses are responsible for person
education that is based on an understanding of health literacy. Learners will explore health
literacy and critically evaluate an online educational item. Please review the sample projects
and recording in the Health Literacy Project Materials folder.
You are required to meet (in-person or virtually) with a person from a profession other
than nursing for this assignment. Together, you will discuss literacy, health literacy, and
how the approach to person education would be different depending on the literacy and
health literacy levels of the target population. Begin to identify who this person might be and
make arrangements to meet with him or her as soon as possible. Examples might include a
public health official, teacher, social worker, physical therapist, physician assistant, etc. (See
grading rubric below for more details.)
You must use the Readability Tool to determine readability levels. http://read-able.com/
You must use the framework at NIH: Evaluating Health Information on the Internet for your
appraisal
https://ods.od.nih.gov/Health_Information/How_To_Evaluate_Health_Information_on_the_Inter
net_Questions_and_Answers.aspx
You must use a recent and scholarly journal article.
You may choose to use the textbooks, along with the other learning materials, from this course as
resources. The e-book Parnell (2014) is highly recommended as a resource for health literacy.
You are required to provide a definition or understanding of the concepts credibility and validity.
You are also required to apply these concepts within each of the NIH criterion noted in the
grading rubric (see below). To assist in applying the concepts of validity and credibility to the
information found or not found on the website or online person education material you are
critiquing, consider reviewing the following websites to learn more about validity and credibility.
Give strong consideration to not using a dictionary definition of credibility and validity for
this assignment. Past students who have used the dictionary definitions had a more difficult time
applying the concepts appropriately.
https://publish.uwo.ca/~floyd/cic2supt/p5.htm
https://umd.instructure.com/courses/1082806/pages/what-is-a-good-source-determining-thevalidity-of-evidence
https://guides.lib.byu.edu/c.php?g=216340&p=1428399
https://libguides.berry.edu/evaluatingweb
https://library.columbia.edu/libraries/undergraduate/evaluating_web.html
Learners will then create a PowerPoint Presentation that addresses health literacy issues and
applies principals while critiquing an online educational item. All the information is to be
supported by current research and references must be listed (have a reference list at the end of
the PowerPoint). For this assignment, cite the website, the Readability Test Tool, and at least one
journal article. For detailed information, see the grading rubric.
***Be sure to cite and reference all sources! In-text citations occur with the information being
reported on the slides. The matching full references should be found on a reference list at the end
of the PowerPoint.***
Post the Health Literacy and Person Education Project to two locations:
Added to the student portfolio by 11:59 pm on the designated due date (day of the week will vary
depending on which NURS 420 course you are in).**
In the Assignment dropbox by 11:59 pm on the designated due date (day of the week will vary
depending on which NURS 420 course you are in).**
Points
possib
le
Criteria to earn points for Health Literacy and Person Education Website
Critique
1 PowerPoint Title Page with Project Title and Author Name(s)
2 Include an introduction/purpose slide.
1. Tell the viewer that you will critique an online person education material using
the Finding Quality Information framework at NIH and principles of literacy and
health literacy.
2. Identify the name of the online person education material you will critique and
provide a few key points about the educational material you will critique.
3. Cite any evidence from the literature and be sure you have a matching reference
on the reference page.
4. For this assignment, it is easiest if you choose a website that has specific
information intended for persons, not necessarily healthcare workers like
nurses or physicians. Examples might include alz.org or cancer.org. and then
narrow down from there (e.g., “what is breast cancer?”, or “what is
Alzheimer’s?”).
Use speaker notes for information so that you do not overcrowd the PowerPoint
slides.
1 In the introduction or next slide, tell the reader you are critiquing a person education
website.
Provide the URL address to the website you are critiquing in the introduction.
4 Identify the intended population for the online person education material you will
critique. For example, if the person education material is about scoliosis, describe the
population the information is intended for—in this case parents of teenagers and
teenagers may be the population.
2 Literacy—define what literacy means
2 Health Literacy—define what health literacy means
10 1. Meet with a person from a profession or discipline other than nursing. Discuss
the concepts of literacy, health literacy, how the approach to person education
might be different depending on the literacy and health literacy levels of the
target population. You may choose to show this person the online person
education material or website you are critiquing, but this is not required.
2. Using one or more scholarly resources and the insights gained from the interview
you conducted, describe the similarities or differences between literacy and
health literacy.
3. Next, describe the connection between literacy and health literacy in your
specific target population. Incorporate the concepts that you discussed with the
person whom you interviewed (a person from a profession other than nursing).
4. Using the principles of health literacy that you have learned throughout this
course, describe why you believe the content of the online person education
material you chose is appropriate or not appropriate for the target
population.
5. On a slide and/or in the notes section of the presentation, you must indicate the
professional role and/or professional title of the person you interviewed (not their
name).
10 For the website you are critiquing, use the Readability Tool to check it for readability
levels. (Keep in mind that these tools assess the literacy levels only of the
website. The tools do not address health literacy. You must draw conclusions based
the results of the readability levels of the website and the health literacy levels of the
target population.)
Go to: http://read-able.com/
Enter the URL of the person education material you are critiquing. Click Calculate
Readability to receive a report
In your PowerPoint, report the
1. Average reading grade level
2. The age reading level
3. Tell what Flesch Kincaid Reading Ease means and what the score is for the
person education material—is this appropriate for your population?
4. Explain what Flesch Kincaid Grade Level means and what the score is for the
person education material—is this appropriate for your population?
5. Explain what Automated Readability Index (ARI) means and what the score
is for the person education material—is this appropriate for your population?
4 Use the framework at NIH: Evaluating Health Information on the Internet for your
appraisal
https://ods.od.nih.gov/Health_Information/How_To_Evaluate_Health_Information_o
n_the_Internet_Questions_and_Answers.aspx
Create a slide that introduces the need to evaluate online resources. In this section of
your PowerPoint presentation (either on a slide or in the speaker notes), include:
1. Definition or understanding of credibility
2. Definition or understanding of validity
Be sure to cite and reference scholarly resource(s) appropriately. (See above for
links to resources that describe the concepts of credibility and validity as they relate
to online materials.)
For the next 6 slides, you will apply the criteria from the NIH Evaluating Health
Information to your online person education material. You can use the NIH prompts
to help you address each of the criterion listed below. You will apply the criteria in a
summary format, using the speaker notes to elaborate on each of your answers. Be as
thorough as possible, using the questions for each criterion as a guide.
8 Date of issue or revision: Is the site current? Is the medical evidence on the site
current? What is the latest date noted on the site?
Explain how the information, or lack of information, in this section impacts the
credibility or validity of the person education material. A failure to draw a
conclusion on credibility or validity (does not have to be both) will results in a points
deduction.
8 Credentials of source: Whose name is on it and/or who runs the website?
Is there any bias or sponsorship, such as commercial uses of the website? Look for
any advertisements. If there are advertisements, do you see any bias? Is the
information tainted to sell a product?
Explain how the information, or lack of information, in this section impacts the
credibility or validity of the person education material. A failure to draw a
conclusion on credibility or validity (does not have to be both) will results in a points
deduction.
8 Accuracy and Evidence: Is the information accurate? Who is the intended
audience? Is the information appropriate for the intended audience? Is there a
disclaimer on the webpage about seeking medical advice or fact/fiction?
Explain how the information, or lack of information, in this section impacts the
credibility or validity of the person education material. A failure to draw a
conclusion on credibility or validity (does not have to be both) will results in a points
deduction.
8 Multimedia or applications: Do the multimedia/application tools work? Are you
able to navigate the website easily? Is the website well organized and the hyperlinks
work?
Explain how the information, or lack of information, in this section impacts the
credibility or validity of the person education material. A failure to draw a
conclusion on credibility or validity (does not have to be both) will results in a points
deduction.
8 Other links, tools, and resources: Does it work with any other tools and resources?
Are there links to other websites?
Explain how the information, or lack of information, in this section impacts the
credibility or validity of the person education material. A failure to draw a
conclusion on credibility or validity (does not have to be both) will results in a points
deduction.
8 Protection and Security: Is it secure? How are user interactions managed? What
information does the website collect? Does it protect your privacy? Look for privacy
policies—sometimes these are found at the bottom of the webpage. Are users able to
post to the website or ask a question? Look for an area that says “Contact us”
Explain how the information, or lack of information, in this section impacts the
credibility or validity of the person education material. A failure to draw a
conclusion on credibility or validity (does not have to be both) will results in a points
deduction.
4 Summarize four to five points of the overall presentation on a Summary Slide.
Be sure to summarize the entire presentation. You’ve critiqued the website based on
literacy (readability), health literacy (ability of your target population to apply the
information to manage their own health), the NIH criteria, and the credibility and
validity. Be sure all of these points are summarized. Make sure you include your
recommendation as to the appropriateness of website to your target population.
6 Next is the Reference(s) Slide. References should be scholarly and credible. For this
assignment, cite and reference the website, the Readability Test Tool, and at least one
journal article.
APA format is followed. This means that sources are cited on slides and referenced
on the reference page. Points will be deducted for APA formatting errors.
2 Fewer than 3 grammar or spelling errors present
Evidence of proofreading should be present by the use of correct grammar and
spelling.
4 Use an easy-to-read font and color
Use images as appropriate. Be sure you abide by any copyright laws if using
images found online.
Do not overcrowd the slides. Place the bulk of the content into the speaker notes
section of each slide.
PowerPoint is submitted to the NURS1100 Portfolio by the due date for the
assignment. Complete the portfolio verification quiz for 10 points after you place the
item in your portfolio. Failure to submit the assignment to the portfolio by the due
date will result in no credit for the10 points.
100 Total possible
Note: For this course, your Health Literacy and Person Education Project will be part of
your Nursing ePortfolio.

_________________________________
Appendix C: Health Literacy and Person Education Appraisal/Evaluation

Health Literacy and Person Education Project: Registered Nurses have the responsibility of providing person education based on an understanding of health literacy. In this project, learners will explore health literacy and critically evaluate an online educational resource. Please review the sample projects and recording in the Health Literacy Project Materials folder.

For this assignment, you are required to meet (in-person or virtually) with a person from a profession other than nursing. Together, you will discuss literacy, health literacy, and how the approach to person education would differ based on the literacy and health literacy levels of the target population. Start identifying who this person might be and make arrangements to meet with them as soon as possible. Examples of professionals could include public health officials, teachers, social workers, physical therapists, physician assistants, etc. (See grading rubric below for more details.)

Here are the guidelines for completing the project:

Use the Readability Tool (http://read-able.com/) to determine the readability levels of the online person education material you will critique. Report the following in your PowerPoint presentation:
a. Average reading grade level
b. Age reading level
c. Explain what Flesch Kincaid Reading Ease means and provide the score for the person education material. Assess if it is appropriate for your target population.
d. Explain what Flesch Kincaid Grade Level means and provide the score for the person education material. Assess if it is appropriate for your target population.
e. Explain what Automated Readability Index (ARI) means and provide the score for the person education material. Assess if it is appropriate for your target population.

Use the framework provided by the NIH for evaluating health information on the internet. Create a slide that introduces the need to evaluate online resources. In this section, include:
a. Definition or understanding of credibility
b. Definition or understanding of validity
Cite and reference scholarly resources appropriately.

Apply the criteria from the NIH Evaluating Health Information to your online person education material. Address the following criteria on separate slides (6 slides in total), using speaker notes to elaborate on each answer:
a. Date of issue or revision: Is the site current? Is the medical evidence on the site current? What is the latest date noted on the site? Explain how the information, or lack thereof, impacts the credibility or validity of the person education material.
b. Credentials of the source: Whose name is on it and/or who runs the website? Is there any bias or sponsorship, such as commercial uses of the website? Look for advertisements and assess if they introduce bias. Explain how the information, or lack thereof, impacts the credibility or validity of the person education material.
c. Accuracy and evidence: Is the information accurate? Who is the intended audience? Is the information appropriate for the intended audience? Is there a disclaimer on the webpage about seeking medical advice or fact/fiction? Explain how the information, or lack thereof, impacts the credibility or validity of the person education material.
d. Multimedia or applications: Do the multimedia/application tools work? Are you able to navigate the website easily? Is the website well-organized and do the hyperlinks work? Explain how the information, or lack thereof, impacts the credibility or validity of the person education material.
e. Other links, tools, and resources: Does it work with any other tools and resources? Are there links to other websites? Explain how the information, or lack thereof, impacts the credibility or validity of the person education material.
f. Protection and security: Is it secure? How are user interactions managed? What information does the website collect? Does it protect your privacy? Look for privacy policies and areas where users can post or ask questions. Explain how the information, or lack thereof, impacts the credibility or validity of the person education material.

Include an introduction/purpose slide in your PowerPoint that informs the viewer that you will critique an online person education material using the Finding Quality Information framework at NIH and principles of literacy and health literacy. Identify the name of the online person education material you will critique and provide a few key points about it. Cite any evidence from the literature and ensure you have a matching reference on the reference page. Choose a website that specifically targets persons and not just healthcare professionals. Use speaker notes for information to avoid overcrowding the PowerPoint slides.

Define what literacy and health literacy mean on separate slides (2 slides in total).

Meet with a person from a profession or discipline other than nursing and discuss literacy, health literacy, and how the approach to person education might differ based on the literacy and health literacy levels of the target population. You may show this person the online person education material or website you are critiquing, but it’s not required. Based on the insights gained from the interview and using one or more scholarly resources, describe the similarities or differences between literacy and health literacy. Next, describe the connection between literacy and health literacy in your specific target population. Incorporate the concepts discussed during the interview. Finally, using the principles of health literacy learned throughout the course, describe why you believe the content of the chosen online person education material is appropriate or not appropriate for the target population. Indicate the professional role and/or professional title of the person you interviewed (not their name).

Create a summary slide that summarizes the entire presentation. Include four to five key points from the critique and your recommendation on the appropriateness of the website for your target population.

Include a Reference(s) slide with scholarly and credible references. Cite and reference the website, the Readability Test Tool, and at least one journal article. Follow APA format for citations and references. Ensure there are fewer than three grammar or spelling errors present in the presentation.

Use an easy-to-read font and color scheme. Use images as appropriate, ensuring compliance with copyright laws if using online images. Avoid overcrowding the slides, and place detailed content in the speaker notes section of each slide.

Submit the PowerPoint presentation to the NURS1100 Portfolio by the assignment’s due date. Complete the portfolio verification quiz for 10 points after placing the item in your portfolio. Failure to submit the assignment to the portfolio by the due date will result in no credit for the 10 points.

Total possible points: 100

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