Available Until 1/17/2026

Health Misinformation Webinar Series*

For more information or to schedule this course, please contact the NNLM Training Office at nto@utah.edu

Health misinformation is a widespread problem, with false or misleading information about both long standing health concerns like cancer and emergent situations like the COVID-19 pandemic spreading at a rapid pace. Sometimes questionable health information is obvious, but it can also be difficult to recognize and can potentially reach millions of people. 

The Health Misinformation Webinar Series from NNLM features presentations from expert guest speakers. The series will enable librarians, public health professionals, health educators, and health care providers to explore various aspects of health misinformation, disinformation, and mal-information, and learn practical and evidence-based solutions for how to identify it and help curb its spread.

The Health Misinformation Webinar Series will be scheduled intermittently. Please check the NNLM training calendar for upcoming sessions. 

Resource URLhttps://www.nnlm.gov/training/class-catalog/health-misinformation-webinar-series

Learning Objectives

  • Understand the difference between misinformation, disinformation, and mal-information

  • Identify sources of trustworthy health information

  • Recognize the impact of misinformation on health literacy

  • Understand and explore the relationship between health information and communication

  • Describe and reflect on the effectiveness of methods used to curb the spread of health misinformation


Each session will begin with a 7 minute presentation about the NNLM.
The remaining time will be devoted to the guest speaker and Q&A.
An evaluation link will be provided to all participants at the end of the session.

MLA CE Credits: 1.0