Project ECHO Health Literacy

The Rural Health Partnership have partnered with the Florida Rural Health Association and Suwannee River AHEC to offer a multi-session webinar series that prepares providers and community educators for evaluating the health literacy needs of different audiences, choosing instructional strategies, and evaluating success. The best part of our program is that your participation is TOTALLY FREE.

Each TeleECHO webinar will be 50-60 minutes long and sessions start at noon (12:00 pm EST). Following a short lecture, each session will include an interactive case study, problem-from-the-field, Q&A session, and opportunity to communicate with health literacy experts. Sessions use the Zoom application for videoconferencing.


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• Feb 2nd "Utilizing Visual Thinking Strategies to Increase Health Literacy Among Health Professionals"
• Feb 16th "Using Plain Language Principles to Communicate Health Messages on Tik Toc"
• March 2nd "Using Patient Interaction to Assess Adults with Complex Learning and Language Difficulties "
• March 16th "Working with Immigrant Communities: Cultural Considerations"
• March 30th "Adding Health Literacy to Your Community Health Assessment (CHA)"
• April 13th "Translating Research into Practice: Making Research Participation Relevant for Patients"
• April 27th "Building Health Literate Interprofessional Teams"
• May 11th "Building Health Literacy Into Your Community Programs"
• May 25th "Health Literate LGBTQ+ Care"
• June 8th "Communicating with Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Persons"
• June 22nd "Designing Accessible Educational Materials"



Check out our Recordings on the Origin of Health Literacy 


Laura K. Guyer, PhD, MEd, RDN
College of Medicine
University of Florida