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HEALTH LITERACY NETWORK: CROSSING DISCIPLINES, BRIDGING GAPS

EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION CLOSING SOON!

Health Literacy Network: Crossing Disciplines, Bridging Gaps is the premier conference in Australasia for experts in the field of health literacy. Hosted by the multidisciplinary International Health Literacy Network, the conference brings together international and local researchers, consumers, practitioners and policymakers for a day of presentations and discussion of new and emerging research.

Health Literacy is concerned with the skills and abilities of individual health consumers to understand health information, engage with their healthcare and navigate the health system. The conference will examine in detail the many transformations in health literacy taking place throughout the world.  The keynote speaker is the world’s most published author in this field of health literacy, Professor Michael Wolf from Northwestern University.

For more information about the conference, inclusing a program and information about keynote speakers, please see attached invitation.

TUESDAY 26 NOVEMBER 2013
9:00am - 5:30pm followed by a cocktail reception
Law Lecture Theatre 101
New Law Building, Sydney Law School
Eastern Avenue, University of Sydney
NSW 2006 Australia

PRICE
Early bird pricing until 30 September - closing soon

Full: $140
Charles Perkins Centre or WUN Health Literacy Network member: $90
Consumer: member of a consumer organisation, or an independent consumer not working in a research environment or in the health or education service: $90
Student: $70

Early bird registration applies until 30 September 2013. From 1 October the price increases $20 for each category (eg full price, $160).

RSVP
Registration details click here to register.
Registration deadline 10 November 2013
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