Free Health Literacy Missouri Webinars in March!

February 20, 2012    |   By: Calevir

Health Literacy Missouri is offering its two most popular trainings free to Missouri-based non-profits in a special March webinar series, March 13 and March 27, 1 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. CST.

March 13 — Clear: Understanding


Do you ever have to communicate important health information? Our trainers empower you with cutting-edge, proven strategies to talk with your clients so they have the information they need to make good health decisions. You’ll leave this webinar understanding why health literacy is important to you, and how you can use a few simple tools to improve your clients’ lives.   Register here

 

March 27 — Clear: Materials


Health materials are hard to write – and read. Though one in five American adults reads at a 5th grade level or below, most health information is written at the 12th grade level and above. Our trainers, among the best plain language experts in the country, will show you reliable strategies to improve your forms, marketing pieces and patient information documents.   Register here

 

 

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