National Health Literacy Networks in Europe
HL National Advisory Panel is a group in Ireland that consists of members from organizations working in healthcare who are interested in developing health literacy strategies in their own organisation and influencing a national health literacy policy. It is chaired by NALA and meets every two to three months.
the Society for Academic Primary Care who are interested in building the evidence base for Health Literacy.
In 2010 the Dutch Health Literacy Alliance was created to establish a more inclusive society by improving health literacy competencies for health and self management of the population. The Alliance has 3 aims: -The alliance aims to promote that clients and patients obtain higher levels of (health) literacy by taking courses and joining (online) training programmes that are available in the country. - The alliance aims to support all health professionals in recognising and addressing health literacy issues in patients, in order to plan adequate treatments. -The alliance aims to make written, digital and oral communication in health care understandable for everybody.I'm a paragraph. Click here to add your own text and edit me. I’m a great place for you to tell a story and let your users know a little more about you.