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Health Literacy Awareness
University Hospitals of Leicester (UHL) Libraries & Information Services
Seminar Room 2, Education Centre, Glenfield Hospital
9:30am - 12:30pm
A session that explores what health literacy is, why it is important and what we can do to provide information for patients who may have low levels of health literacy.
- Define health literacy as a concept and describe its importance - Describe the impact that low health literacy can have on people using the NHS - Identify the barriers to a higher level of health literacy - List resources that can help us support patients & improve their health literacy
This skills session has no job role restrictions