29th June 2018 | 10.30am-2.30pm | Keele University | Hosted by Health Literacy UK and Stoke-on-Trent City Council | Lunch provided 

Health Literacy UK and Stoke-on-Trent City Council Public Health invite you to join us for this seminar. The session will focus on Health Literacy Friendly Places. 

"Health Literacy also includes a provider's capacity to communicate clearly, educate about health, and empower his or her patients, customers or service users." 

The seminar will include the presentation of research, policy discussions, and case studies of health literacy friendly places, particularly Stoke-on-Trent. 

There will be plenty of opportunity for discussion and sharing of good practice. 

Who might attend? 

Anyone with an interest in promoting health literacy friendly places. 

Health practitioners, educator, researchers and those involved in health polity development are particularly encouraged to take part. 

Booking: 

It is free to attend this conference. 

To book please contact Sue Weir (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) with your details: Name, organisation, dietary requirements. 

Download the flyer and programme

 

5th Health Literacy UK Conference

Health Literacy: making life better

         

Thank you to all the participants who made our 5th Health Literacy Conference such a resounding success!! We opened with a welcome from Dr Paddy Woods, deputy CMO of Northern Ireland, who set an enthusiastic tone for day. He was followed by Dr Heide Weishaar's excellent keynote speech, giving us the background to the German Health Literacy Action Plan and insight into implementation. After a morning of parallel presentations from a number of diverse fields, Professor Don Nutbeam talked us through his fascinating career in health literacy research and practice.  The afternoon workshops gave delegates the opportunity to meet colleagues from varied disciplines, as well as to share ideas and plan potential projects! Professor Jo Protheroe, Chair of Health Literacy Group UK, concluded the conference by sharing her thoughts and reflections on the day.

If you weren't able to attend, please note that the presentations are now on our publications page.