Patient Education Pamphlets updated or created in September 2022

by Vinson Li on 2022-10-11T08:30:00-03:00 in Health literacy, Patient Education, Patient Pamphlet | 0 Comments

Writing in plain language matters. In Canada, it’s reported that nine million people have limited literacy skills, with over half of Canadians reading below a high school level. This is just one of the reasons why it is important to offer additional support to patients and families with easy-to-read, straightforward patient pamphlets. For more information about creating or updating patient pamphlets, please visit the Content Creator Toolkit. Please contact pamphlets@nshealth.ca with any questions. You can search for pamphlets by title, keyword, or four-digit pamphlet number in the library catalogue, or view the complete listing of active titles in our Print Code Index.

The following pamphlets were updated or created in September 2022. 

WS85-0604 Breast Reduction Surgery for the Patients of Dr. Morris - Halifax Infirmary

WR85-1588 Welcome to Unit 4.2 - Inpatient General Surgery, Plastic Surgery, and Burn Unit

Cardiovascular System 
WG85-0535 Venous Leg Ulcers

WT85-0599 Restraint Considerations for Patients and Families

WX85-1448 Talking About Patient Safety Incidents (En français: 1712)
WX85-1696 How to Avoid Safety Risks During Your Hospital Stay (En français: 1711)

Intensive Care Unit
IC85-0133 Ventricular Drain

Laboratory Pathology
QY85-1664 Creatinine Clearance Collection - Pathology and Laboratory Medicine Halifax Area

Nursing Units
WZ85-2311 NEW Critical Care Units: Intensive Care Unit (ICU) and Coronary Care Unit (CCU) - Cape Breton Regional Hospital

Nutrition & Food
LC85-1198 Soft, Easy to Chew, High Energy, High Protein Nutrition Guidelines

Kendell Fitzgerald

Librarian Educator
Central Zone

Vinson Li

Librarian Educator, Patient Education Pamphlets Lead
Yarmouth Regional Hospital, Western Zone

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