On 17 November 2015, from 14.00 to 17.00, IROHLA will host a conference in Brussels titled Towards Sustainable Health Systems: The IROHLA evidence-based guidelines on improving health literacy in the ageing population.
The conference is the occasion to present the project’s evidence-based guidelines on how to incorporate health literacy into health systems to the European Commission and governments of member states. Two panel discussions will take place. The first will include representatives of public authorities, examining how the guidelines can help move towards sustainable health systems. The second gather the views of representatives of health practitioners and patients.
Launch of Health Literacy Centre Europe
The event will also be the occasion of the launch of the new website for health literacy interventions in Europe, which aims to become a central resource for stakeholders committed to improving health literacy in the ageing population.
This is an important milestone in helping move towards more sustainable health systems in Europe. Places are limited, so early registration is recommended. Visit www.healthliteracyconference.eu for more information or to register.
The conference will be held on 17th November 2015 from 14.00 to 17.00.
- To access the agenda, click here.
- The IROHLA closing conference is free of charge. If you want to secure a place please click here to register.
- The final IROHLA conference will take place within the framework of the third European Health Literacy Conference, which is taking place from 17 to 19 November 2015 in Brussels.
Register to secure your complimentary place at www.healthliteracyconference.eu
PLEASE NOTE: This event will take place as part of the 3rd European Health Literacy Conference, for which you may also register by following the link above. Fees may apply to your registration for the 3rd European Health Literacy Conference - see details here.