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Choose from a variety of community groups to connect with fellow health advocates to share resources, network and engage in innovative discussions.  Membership is free!

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Our annual health literacy conference last year brought together 2400+ virtual attendees from a wide array of healthcare backgrounds, including clinical, public health, education, research, academia, nonprofit, advocacy, and more. They networked, learned about “Health Equity and Disparities in the Time of COVID-19,” and shared best practices for advancing health literacy toward health equity.

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Certificate Program

Designed for anyone who wants to learn more about health literacy, the Health Literacy Specialist (HLS) 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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  • The Aha! Moment of Not Knowing by Marguerite DeBello , PhD, RN, ACNS-BC, CNE I would like to admit something … I don’t know everything. This past summer, my mother ended up in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) with an unusual infection in her neck and throat resulting in her intubation. This was complicated by her respiratory sarcoidosis. ... read more