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Remo Ostini University of Queensland in Brisbane, Australia

After specializing in psychometric methods and bioethics at the University of Minnesota, Remo taught 3020 and 4050 in the School of Psychology at UQ for a number of years. A stint in the School of Pharmacy at UQ, doing systematic reviews of medicine prescribing and some pharmacoepidemiology, followed. Now Remo has gone back to his roots, measuring health behaviors and community well being in the Healthy Communities Research Center at UQ. Remo's research focuses on health literacy, including the effect of health literacy on health behaviors as well as predictors and components of health literacy. Of particular interest are the issues of health literacy motivation and responsibility. Remo maintains an honorary appointment in the School of Psychology and continues to supervise students in the school.