IHA’s Annual Health Literacy Conference has been providing operational solutions to improve health literacy since 2002, drawing health literacy professionals—speakers and attendees—from all over the world. This premier event offers something for everyone in the field of health and human services. Whether you work directly with the public or behind the scenes, in patient education, policy, or in research, at a small non-profit or a large corporation – there is something here for you and your professional development.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we had to adapt, like so many others, to an online forum. And, in light of this, and current events dominating and driving society’s conversations, we decided to create a new theme to frame our discussions: “Health Equity and Disparities in the Time of COVID-19.” We will share stories, insights, and encourage conversations to promote a greater understanding of the pandemic's disproportionate effect on select populations. Most importantly, we will identify solutions to consider as we work to rebuild a more equitable society.
The conversations start here. They will continue after the conference. Please join us, now and after.
Help logging into conference?
Check out the FAQs for information as to how to log in and access the conference.
HEALTH LITERACY AWARD WINNERS
Want to learn more about our award winners - CLICK HERE
Title: Training Medical Students About Health Literacy and Patient-centered Habits for Clear Communication
Winner: Dr. Cliff Coleman, MD, MPH, Associate Professor of Family Medicine
Organization: Oregon Health & Science University
Title: Enabling Health Literate Engagement in Care in Canada: Development of a New Patient, Family, and Consumer Education Program in a Post-acute Geriatric Rehabilitation and Long-term Care Setting
Winners: Elke Ruthig, Dr. David Conn, and Dr. Faith Boutcher
Organization: Baycrest Centre for Education & Knowledge Exchange in Aging, Toronto, Ontario
Title: Melanoma Research Foundation (MRF) infographics
Name: Melanoma Research Foundation
Organization: Health Literacy Media (HLM)
Title: Intellus Worldwide’s Health Literacy Initiative
Name: Tom Donnelly, Branding Science,Tatiana Barakshina, Bazis, Jim Kirk, Bill Stone, Sommer Consulting, Heather Collins, Schlesinger Group
Organization: Intellus Worldwide
Poster Award Winners
Diana L. Fisher, MS, MPH, CPH
Eli Lilly and Company
Alison Caballero, MPH, CHES
University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
Center for Health Literacy
|Access Date||Quiz Result||Score||Actions|
Please reset your password if you have trouble logging in.
Learn More About IHA
Need Tech Support?
Do not use Internet Explorer. It does not function properly with the conference platform. Please switch to another browser such as Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Safari, etc.
Visit our FAQs page to find answers to other common questions.
If you need additional tech support, email firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have a question about the conference, email email@example.com