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Data-driven maternal health literacy promotion and a postscript on its implications.
This article explores findings and implications of the Life Skills Progression Maternal Health Literacy studies. These LSPMHL studies evaluated implementations of an intervention designed to promote health literacy in parents and empower women in the U.S. First, the article reports findings of the most recent of five published LSP-MHL studies with discussion of its implications for future work in this line of inquiry. A postscript highlights two of many implications of the LSP-MHL intervention studies for health literacy research in the third era of modern healthcare.
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