Theme: Health Literacy and Social Resilience

#CALL FOR ABSTRACT

Information Dates and Deadlines

  1. Abstract submission opens from 1st April 2022 to 22th August 2022, 23:59 GMT+8. Once the abstract is received, it is considered a final version and will undergo review. Changes are not recommended.
  2. Notice of abstract acceptance/rejection before 31th August 2022, 23:59 GMT+8
  3. At least one presenting author of an accepted abstract should register and complete the full payment before 30 September. 2022, 23:59 GMT+8, in order to be included in the Program.

#CALL FOR ABSTRACT

By submitting the abstract, you agree and will be responsible for:

  1. The abstract will be published in the electronic version of the Abstract Supplement for the 8th AHLA International Health Literacy Conference.
  2. Ensuring that all co-authors have agreed to be listed on the abstract.
  3. Your abstract will not be edited. You are responsible for any spelling, grammatical and typographical errors.
  4. Please note that the Program Committee reserves the right to decide on the final presentation format.

#CALL FOR ABSTRACT

Abstract Types 

  1. Workshop (training workshop for learning objectives, 2 hours).
  2. Symposia (1 featured presentation + 2-3 scientific presentations + discussion, 60-90 minutes).
  3. Oral presentation
  4. Poster presentation

#CALL FOR ABSTRACT

Research Topics:

  • Health literacy and quality of healthcare services
  • Health literacy during and beyond pandemics
  • Health literacy and social resilience
  • Health literacy by the people and the public
  • Creation of health literacy for the patients
  • Health literacy for NCDs
  • Health literacy for modern medical technology
  • Digital health literacy throughout the life course
  • Climate changes with enhanced health literacy
  • Health literacy services for migrants
  • AI / technology use in health literacy
  • Health literacy and social welfare services

#CALL FOR ABSTRACT

Research Topics:

  • Health communication with health literacy
  • Infodemics, health information systems and health literacy
  • Health literacy in schools and educational contexts
  • Health literacy in childhood and adolescents
  • Health literacy for better medication
  • Health literacy and environmental settings
  • Health literate organizations in practice
  • Health literacy capacity to foster clinical practices
  • Patients’ needs for health literacy
  • Health literacy and health care systems
  • Health literacy in aging society