Register by Aug. 6 for 2019 Minnesota Health Literacy Best Practices Conference on Aug. 16

July 17, 2019 4:32 PM | Anonymous

MPHA Members,


You are cordially invited to attend the 2019 Minnesota Health Literacy Best Practices Conference co-hosted by the Minnesota Health Literacy Partnership and the Minnesota Department of Health. This year’s theme is Tools for the Health Care Practice. Participants will learn how to create organizational buy-in for health literacy and walk away with practical skills they can take back to their workplace.

There is no cost for attendance. Participants seeking continuing education credits, may request a certificate of completion with participation hours. Seats are limited. Please register by August 9, 2019, at Eventbrite,https://www.eventbrite.com/e/2019-minnesota-health-literacy-best-practices-conference-tools-for-the-health-care-practice-tickets-64640672993 


When:  Friday, August 16, 8:00 am – 4:00 pm

Location:  Minnesota Humanities Center, 987 Ivy Avenue East, Saint Paul, MN 55106

Cost:  There is no cost to attend.

Continuing Education:  Certificate of Completion with participation hours provided upon request.

Registration:  Limited seats available. Please register at Eventbrite by August 9, 2019

Contact: Genelle Lamontgenelle.lamont@state.mn.us


August 16 Agenda: See attachment

Conference Flyer: See attachment

Audience
·       Healthcare administrators 
·       Healthcare providers
·       Health and dental insurance providers 
·       Allied health
·       Dental providers
·       Pharmacists
·       Veterinarians 
·       Behavioral health service providers 
·       Social workers
·       Language services 
·       Graduate and professional schools
·       Licensing boards
·       Trade associations 
·       Library health science 
·       Adult basic education/literacy professionals 

  • Objectives

  • ·       Share health literacy best practices and tools.  
    ·       Foster health literacy buy-in among providers, educators and healthcare administration. 
    ·       Provide a space for networking across fields towards multidisciplinary healthcare teams.
    ·       Educate healthcare professionals about health literacy and culturally and linguistically appropriate service delivery.


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