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Trending Resources

Below, you’ll find collections of resources we’ve gathered (such as webinars, toolkits, and articles) on a range of trending health literacy topics. These collections are updated every three weeks.
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Intake Forms for LGBTQ Patients

Intake forms should be inclusive of all patients, including LGBTQIA+ individuals. Using inclusive intake forms promotes health literacy by improving communication and by making patients feel welcome. To help, we’ve put together a collection of resources on this topic.

Older Patients

May is Older Americans Month in the United States. To help celebrate, we’ve put together a collection of resources for and about older patients.

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The 21st Annual IHA Health Literacy Conference was held virtually May 10-12, 2022. More than 1750 registered for the conference, “Strengthening Our Health Literacy Efforts: Insights, Rejuvenation, and Innovation.” Conference sessions addressed the role of communication in health literacy and how we can recognize and effectively deal with misinformation and disinformation; our own mental and emotional well-being and resilience; and innovative programs to advance health literacy toward a goal of health equity. All sessions (recorded and on-demand) are now available on the conference website.
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Certificate Program

Designed for anyone who wants to learn more about health literacy, the Health Literacy Specialist Certificate Program is an online, flexible needs-based program that allows you to achieve a comprehensive certificate covering seven key domains of health literacy.

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