Centre for Primary Health Care and Equity is honoured to have Professor Gill Rowlands, University of Newcastle (UK) speak a special free lunch time seminar on ‘How and why GPs and nurses should improve their health literacy practice’.
Professor Gill Rowlands’ research focuses on health inequalities and the pathways through which social disadvantage impacts on health and illness. She has an interest in health literacy and set up the UK Health Literacy Group.
Professor Rowlands will be talking about how and why GPs and nurses should improve their health literacy practice, and describe her current work to develop an intervention to improve GP knowledge and communication through health literacy training and the use of medical health record prompts
Register now as places are strictly limited to 30 places.