New health literacy education research published by CEH Manager in leading CSIRO journal
Centre for Culture, Ethnicity & Health (CEH) Co-manager Bernice Murphy has published new research with the University of Melbourne’s Lucio Naccarella. The article Key lessons for designing health literacy professional development courses looks at developments in health literacy education and provides s key lessons for designing health literacy professional development courses by reflecting upon Wenger’s professional educational learning design framework. It goes further examining how health professionals are receiving evidence-informed health literacy professional education and encourages action for future health literacy courses.
As a thought leader in Health Literacy Education, part of the CEH’s mission is to share our knowledge on best practice, in terms of health literacy education, and publishing research like this supports this goal.
Please access the article here.
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