(Updated 2019 03 18)
Health literacy can be regarded as a health determinant which broadly refers to “the ability to gain access to, understand and use information in ways which promote and maintain good health for themselves, their families and their communities” (WHO, 9thHealth promotion conference in Shanghai 2016). Health literacy is a concept in continuous development. The definitions have evolved from a concept focusing on individual health literacy skills or deficits of understanding health information to a multidimensional and complex concept also including structural and environmental conditions.
The Health Literacy Group discusses and study the discourse of the health literacy field, concepts, policies and theories from a health promotion perspective.
Current active members of the group
- Ulla Forinder – http://www.hig.se/
- Ditte-Marie From – http://www.ruc.dk/-dfrom
- Sami Kokko – e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Amina Jama Mahmud – e-mail: aminajama0@com
- Nina Helen Mjösund – https://vestreviken.no/avdelinger/klinikk-for-psykisk-helse-og-rus/forsknings-og-utviklingsavdelingen-psykisk-helse-og-rus#les-mer-om-forsknings–og-utviklingsavdelingen,-psykisk-helse-og-rus
- Ewy Olander – e-mail: olanderewy@com
- Leena Paakkari – e-mail: email@example.com
- Karin C Ringsberg – firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com
- Nicole Thualagant – https://forskning.ruc.dk/da/persons/nicole
- Per Tillgren – https://www.mdh.se/hvv/personal/fha/ptn01
- Anne Trollvik – e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org