IHA’s Annual Health Literacy Conference draws professionals 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 or in research, at a small non-profit or a large corporation – the opportunities are endless.
PLEASE NOTE! You must be a member of the IHA Health Literacy Solutions Center to register. Current Solutions Center members log into your account to get the registration code found under your profile. If you are not a member, please create a free account by visiting the Health Literacy Solutions Center.
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We have been living and working during a pandemic, as well as participating in and bearing witness to profound social upheaval and transformation. We've had to grapple with personal, workplace, community, and policy issues. Yes, we state the obvious; but this year's conference calls for a pause to consider it's full weight and impact.
This year's conference will offer opportunities to reflect on the current state of affairs. It will prompt us to engage in creative problem-solving. And, it will empower our moving forward - finding our way through, and helping shape, this new landscape. Each day of the conference focuses on a topic that is critical to our understanding and serving in the new world.
Day 1: Health Literacy at the Heart of Communication.
Clear communication may no longer be good enough. Misinformation and disinformation is rampant. Media messages are mixed and confusing. How do we best support those we serve? How do we connect with trusted messengers to help people make good decisions for themselves and their loved ones?
Day 2: Nurturing Our Resiliency for the Work Ahead.
We cannot pretend that everything is okay. Our once resilient and stable mental health is trickling away daily -- and many of us are running on reserves. The public has become polarized and desensitization is setting in; this makes our work all the more exhausting. We learn from our colleagues in the health literacy community, and we gain strength from knowing we are not alone. To be effective servant-leaders, we explore ways to reset, refresh, and move forward with strength, purpose, and grace.
Day 3: Health Literacy Post-Pandemic: Strategic Planning & Innovations.
Many have learned valuable lessons for effectively advancing health literacy toward health equity. What can we learn from them? We look at models for success with insight and direction for moving forward.
At this time, these 4 sessions have reached their capacity:
There are still a couple of ways you can view these sessions:
Icons and Plain Language in Written Home Care Instruction
Jennifer Reynolds, RN, CAPA
Using Media to Improve Mental Health Literacy in the Asian American Community
Julia Zhong, BS
Tse Yen Tan, BA
Yu Kyung Lee, BA
Franzel Tablan, BS
Supportive Housing Resident Engagement in Wellness Programming
Anne Hanford, MPH CHES
Nancy Southwell, MSW
Exploring the role of health literacy in addressing health inequalities in Liberia, West Africa
Crystal D. Daugherty, PhD
Personal and Organizational Health Literacy: Let's Evolve and Shift Narratives
Terri Y. McGuire, MPH, MHS, PA-C
One Recipe At A Time: How An Innovative Teaching Kitchen Can Create Positive Health Outcomes
Mercedes Harris, PharmD
Philborne Barnum, Chef
Facilitating participant-centered online qualitative health research during the COVID-19 pandemic
Michelle L. D'Abundo, PhD, MSH, CHES
Paul Franco, PhD, MBS
Health Literacy Considerations in NCCN Guidelines for Patients®
Tanya Fischer, MEd, MSLIS
Communication, Education, and Vaccination: Health Literacy and Vaccine Confidence
Russell A. Bennett, MBA, CHIE
Amanda Aguirre, M.A., R.D.
Health Literacy 101
Michael Villaire, MSLM
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Up to 30.75 CEC are available for Live lectures, Workshops, Connection Cafes, and On-Demand sessions in the following categories:
Up to 13.25 CEC are available for Live lectures, Workshops, and Connection Cafes only in the following categories:
Up to 2 CEC are available for BCBA and BCaBA certificants. For these sessions only:
Up to 7.5 CEC are available for Posters only in the following categories:
*Please note, the amount of credits you receive depends on the sessions you view and the type of credit you are seeking. If you are seeking credits for another accrediting organization, we can send you a Certificate of Attendance and you may submit this certificate to your own credentialing board to see if you can obtain transferable CEC’s from your board.
On the website, the available credits for each session (both live and on-demand) will be listed. Be sure to look beforehand as some credits are only available for live sessions.
To qualify for CEC, you must attend the full session and complete an evaluation for each session attended on Survey Magnet. For posters, you must pass a post test for each poster viewed. You can access Survey Magnet by visiting the conference homepage and clicking “Evaluations” or by visiting Survey Magnet directly[EJ1] . Your login credentials to access the surveys are the same as the conference website. Please check your inbox for the welcome email or you can email firstname.lastname@example.org for additional assistance.
Once you have completed your Session and Overall evaluations, a CE certificate will be generated in the system with the number of credits earned.
Since all sessions are being recorded, you will have access to all the sessions. The recordings of the sessions will be available until May 12, 2023.
This program is Approved by the Behavior Analyst Certification Board® for 2 continuing education contact hours.
Sponsored by the Institute for Healthcare Advancement, a designated provider of continuing education contact hours (CECH) in health education by the National Commission for Health Education Credentialing, Inc. This program is designated for Certified Health Education Specialists (CHES) and/or Master Certified Health Education Specialists (MCHES) to receive up to 0 total Category I continuing education contact hours. Maximum advanced level CECH available are 38.25. Continuing Competency credits available are 0. Provider ID#: 101864.
Institute for Healthcare Advancement is a provider approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing, CEP# 11933, for up to 30.75 contact hours.
This activity is approved for up to 30.75 credits accepted by the National Board of Public Health Examiners' Certified Public Health (CPH) recertification program.
This program is Approved by the National Association for Healthcare Quality for 29.75 continuing education contact hours.
This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the accreditation requirements and policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) through the joint providership of Loma Linda University School of Medicine and Institute for Healthcare Advancement. The Loma Linda University School of Medicine is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
This activity is approved for a maximum of 29.75 contact hours by the Medical Library Association (MLA).
This program is Approved by the National Association of Social Workers (Approval # 886777826-4220) for 13 continuing education contact hours.
All relevant financial relationships of speakers, moderators, and planners will be disclosed to participants prior to the conference.
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