PIF presented the main findings and recommendations from their  Health and Digital Literacy Survey.

Speakers

Survey findings by Sophie Randall, Head of Strategy and Partnerships, PIF

Health and digital Literacy by Gill Rowlands, Professor of Primary Care, University of Newcastle, Health Literacy UK

Get Nottinghamshire Connected – Bridging the digital divide by Alexis Farrow, Head of Strategy and Transformation, Connected Nottinghamshire

Health literacy in the Charity Sector – Jaina Engineer, Knowledge and Evidence Manager, Crohn's and Colitis UK

 

View the webinar and presentation slides below

Health and Digital Literacy Survey Main Findings and Recommendations

Sophie Randall, PIF – Health and Digital Literacy Findings and Recommendations cover

Sophie Randall, PIF – Main Findings and Recommendations

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Gill Rowlands, Newcastle University – Health and Digital Literacy: Importance and Next Steps cover

Gill Rowlands, Newcastle University – Health and Digital Literacy: Importance and Next Steps

Alexis Farrow, Connected Nottinghamshire – Bridging the Digital Divide cover

Alexis Farrow, Connected Nottinghamshire – Bridging the Digital Divide

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Jaina Engineer, CCUK – Health literacy in the charity sector cover

Jaina Engineer, Crohn's and Colitis UK – Health Literacy in the Charity Sector

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