The art and science of health literacy

art and science of health literacy

By combining evidence-based health literacy principles and user research, we can make health information more understandable and easier to act on. Find out how from Sally Snow.

Three steps towards better health information

health literacy

Health literacy impacts health outcomes and drives inequalities.
Clear, engaging and accessible health information can inspire
healthy lifestyle choices and support safe use of medicines. In this
blog, Sally Snow explores our role as healthcare communicators in
helping organisations achieve higher standards of health literacy.

How we can make patient centricity more meaningful

‘Patients’. It is one of the most commonly spoken words in healthcare and always very much front-of-mind in healthcare communications. Let’s work together to make sure patient centricity really is meaningful for all.

The Difference of healthy design

We are delighted to have partnered with the specialist health design agency, Anatomy Health. In this guest blog post, Founder Oliver Childs looks at health literacy and what it means for healthy design.