Health Literacy and Communication for Health Professionals

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The courseconsists of the following eight modules:

  1. Literacy: Its role in health care organizations
  2. Initiation: Preparing the health care workforce
  3. They: Who are we serving?
  4. Equipped: Using the best tools for communication
  5. Results: Evaluating our efforts
  6. Access: Providing plain information
  7. Transferring Information: Using the best channels
  8. Essential Skills: Communicating high risk and care transitions

Each module inthis course will focus on one or two attributes to guide you in exploring an action in your discipline as well as how being a member of aninter-professional team has advantages for improving organizational responsesto health literacy.




  • Denise Britigan - Department of Health Promotion, Social & Behavioral Health


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