|LEARNERS IN ACTION||February 1998|
Five of the Networks members were interviewed to find out what we thought of it. We were asked what we thought of the language, content and design of the information. We gave suggestions on how to make the bunk bed information clearer and more attractive to read.
Now that the sheet on bunk beds has been updated with our suggestions, we will be looking at this information once more. Our client wants to see if we can make it better again before more Canadians get to see it.
Seniors and Health
The senior citizen learners were asked questions about their experiences with the health care system. The learners told them stories about when things didnt work well. For example, the learners told stories about times when they didnt take drugs the right way. The learners also told stories about when information was given in a way that they could not understand. We were told our stories were excellent!
The Canadian Public Health Association hopes that our feedback will help doctors, nurses, and other medical workers. Our stories will help medical people understand why they need to communicate more clearly. That way all Canadians will be better served by health care workers.
Breast Cancer Study
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