The Better Information Programme: Health Literacy Awareness (December)
Added in Ancoats, Clayton & Bradford, Ardwick & Longsight, Baguley, Sharston & Woodhouse Park, Brooklands & Northenden, Cheetham & Crumpsall, Chorlton, Whalley Range & Fallowfield, City Centre, Didsbury, Burnage & Chorlton Park, Gorton & Levenshulme, Higher Blackley, Harpurhey & Charlestown, Hulme, Moss Side & Rusholme, Miles Platting, Newton Heath & Moston, Withington & Old Moat
|When||Thursday 10th December, 12:00-13:00|
|Where||Online session delivered using MS Teams|
buzz Knowledge Service
Tel. 0161 271 0505
We are all affected by health literacy at some point in our lives but what is it and why is it important?
This Health Literacy Awareness session is designed for health, social care and community organisations. It aims to raise awareness of health literacy and how it impacts you, your clients and your organisation.
At the end of the session, you will be:
• Aware of health information literacy and why it is important
• Able to say how health literacy affects you, your clients and your organisation
• Aware of further sources of information and learning about health literacy
This training is accredited by Health Education England and the Royal Society for Public Health and is being run as part of the Better Information Programme.
The Better Information Programme is delivered by the buzz Health and Wellbeing Service in partnership with Manchester Health and Care Commissioning.
Attendees must sign up using our Eventbrite link below: