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Table 2 Organisational framework for the review

From: Which providers can bridge the health literacy gap in lifestyle risk factor modification education: a systematic review and narrative synthesis

   Outcomes
Patient characteristics Intervention Provider Drivers / Barriers Health Literacy Health Literacy Outcome* Behaviour Change Cost Outcome
Age Information – written, video, oral, pictures, Doctor Individual Functional health literacy Disease knowledge, Smoking status Intervention costs, Economic evaluation
Gender Web based Nurse Language Health related knowledge Health related skills, Nutrition  
Ethnicity Group self-management support, goal setting or education Allied health Knowledge/beliefs Understanding Health literacy score: TOFHLA, REALM, HALS, NVS Alcohol use  
Socio Economic Status Individual Motivational interviewing or Coaching   Ideologies Interactive health literacy Change in: Physical activity  
Education level Telephone based (eg coaching) Educator Experiences Motivation Readiness to change Weight  
Cognitive ability   Lay health worker Medical conditions Behavioural intentions Attitudes   
Cultural factors   Multi-disciplinary team Social/community Empowerment Knowledge   
Medical conditions    Environment Critical health literacy Patient activation   
Lifestyle risks    Social support Cognitive skills Measures of self-efficacy   
    Social norms Social skills Self management score   
    Networks Personal skills    
    Culture/Traditions Self-efficacy    
    Health system/provider     
    Accessibility     
    Interpreters     
    Incentives     
    Continuity of care     
    Time / workload     
    Communication skills     
    Training     
    Providers no.     
    Provider types     
    Up-to-date verbal and written information     
    Inter-sectoral