- Workshop 4: Consumer Involvement
31 May 2022
10:00 am - 11:00 am
Improve your business practices and promote better client experiences by using organisational health literacy in a fun, interactive environment with your peers.
Health literacy is the knowledge and skills needed to successfully navigate our way around these resources and information. When we’re sick or unwell, the journey can feel scary or ambiguous.
Organisational health literacy gets us asking, how we can make our services easier to understand and navigate?
Join the online workshops to hear about the HeLLOTas! Toolkit — a free, online tool that can help you assess and improve your organisation’s health literacy.
These workshops are peer-led, fun and interactive. We will share ideas and experiences to consider how to improve your organisation’s health literacy practices. The workshops are standalone and you can elect to attend all four or just those which are relevant to your work.
Each one hour workshop will focus on a theme from the HeLLOTas! Toolkit. The workshops are for health care providers and staff working at community service organisations. Participants who attend will also have access to 1:1 support to help you individualise your health literacy planning.
Cost: Free Admission
Details on how to join the Zoom Video Conferencing sessions will be distributed closer to the date.
Registrations for the Four Workshop Package and Workshop 1 close 5pm, Tuesday 22 March 2022. Registrations for Workshop 2 close 5pm, Monday 11 April 2022. Registrations for Workshop 3 close 5pm, Monday 2 May 2022. Registrations for Workshop 4 close 5pm, Monday 30 May 2022. For more information, please contact Chris Sierzant, Health Literacy Coordinator, on 0409 282 014 or email Chris.
HeLLOTas! (Building a Health Literate Learning Organisation) is a free, online tool that can help you assess and improve your organisation’s health literacy. You can visit it at hellotas.org.au.
HeLLOTas! is a TasCOSS initiative jointly supported by the Tasmanian Government and Primary Health Tasmania (Tasmania PHN) through the Australian Government’s Primary Health Networks Program.