The world has changed. We cannot continue to work using the same perspectives, approaches, and beliefs we had a year ago. During this conference, we will examine how world events have put inequities into the
spotlight, how a changed world has affected those we serve, and how we can best address their evolving needs as they try to navigate an altered landscape.
We will question our current assumptions and worldviews. Have we evolved enough to see the world through the eyes of those we serve? If we are successful, we will be able to develop concrete plans to move forward with purpose.
The goal of the 2021 conference is to illustrate how pandemic-related inequities can be mitigated with attention to health literacy. Examples of best practices in research, practice, and policy offer insight into health literacy’s contribution to social justice by improving trust and expanding access to information and care. Virtual sessions are calculated by using the same rubric as the Loma Linda University CME application. Each session is calculated to the nearest .25 of an hour.
Course URL: https://hlc.iha4health.org/about-conference
1) As a result of attending this conference, attendees will be able to identify at least one health literacy solution that they can use in their work.
2) As a result of attending this conference, attendees will be able to evaluate patient/client education program(s) to determine if health literacy solutions would be appropriate.
3) As a result of attending this conference, attendees will be able to demonstrate the importance of using health literacy practices to the meet needs of their organization and/or target population.
MLA CE Credit: 19.5