Layperson Knowledge of Heart Attacks in the State of Georgia, USA
Ocala Regional Medical Center
layperson knowledge of heart attacks, health literacy, cardiovascular health
Cardiovascular Diseases | Emergency Medicine | Public Health Education and Promotion
A survey of 200 residents of the state of Georgia, United States was conducted to assess the knowledge of heart attacks. Results depict that Georgia residents have only a basic understanding of heart attack symptoms suggesting the need for medical professionals to spend more time educating their patients on their health in simple terms so that the patients can be knowledgeable on their personal health.
Publisher or Conference
Health Psychology Research
Sajja S, Stead T, Mangal R, Ganti L. Layperson knowledge of heart attacks in the state of Georgia, USA. Health Psychol Res. 2023;11:77759. doi:10.52965/001c.77759