Health Literacy Conferences

>>> Plain Language for Health. April 1, 8, 15, 22 & 29, 2022

Sponsored by Tufts University School of Medicine.

Virtual professional development workshop for communicating health information to patients, research participants, and the public. Includes 5 stand-alone modules. Attend full workshop (all 5 modules) or select by topic. Topics include plain language writing & design, numeracy & visualizing data, writing for researchers, digital health communication strategies, and plain language equity (for Translators).

Sponsored by Tufts University School of Medicine.

>>> Wisconsin Health Literacy Summit, April 4 Р6, 2022 

Sponsored by Wisconsin Health Literacy.

Fully in-person, health literacy conference embracing health literacy in the new normal. This is the largest health literacy event in the Midwest, USA. Areas of focus include health insurance literacy, digital health literacy, and health equity and social justice. Presenters will share challenges they faced, what they learned, and how they continue to improve health communication

>>> IHA 21st Annual Health Literacy Conference, May 10 – 12, 2022

Sponsored by Institute for Healthcare Advancement.

Premier conference convenes over 2,400 registrants from a wide array of professional settings including clinical, public health, education, research, and advocacy. This 3-day, 100% virtual health literacy conference will provide diverse and engaging presentations. Participants learn and share best practices for improving health literacy and discuss how to use our collective expertise to better serve our communities.

>>> IUHPE World Conference on Health Promotion, May 15 Р19, 2022 

Sponsored by International Union for Health Promotion and Education (IUHPE).

The IUHPE Working Group on Health Literacy is actively engaged in health literacy programming for this fully virtual global event. This conference provides an opportunity to take stock of strategies and actions that align policies with health, well-being and equity, and will aim to reinvigorate all sectors of society and regions of the world with supporting health and well-being.