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Watch the 11 Apr Workshop on Health Literacy in Clinical Trials: Practice and Impact

Posted Apr 3, 2019 by Amanda J. Wilson
Category: National

The Roundtable on Health Literacy will convene a workshop on April 11, exploring how health literacy practices can be incorporated into clinical trials. The workshop panels and speakers will address a variety of topics, including challenges or barriers for diverse populations’ participation in clinical trials; best practices for clinical trial sites and researchers incorporating health literacy practices; and effective health literacy strategies for clear communication with participants.

This workshop will be free and open to the public, and webcast online. Registration is now open.

The National Library of Medicine is a founding member of the Roundtable. 

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