The Victorian PCP Online Health Literacy Course was launched in November 2017. It has been designed for Victorian health and human service organisations to build knowledge and skills in health literacy responsiveness.
Click on image to access the Vic PCP Online Health Literacy Course
After completing the course, you will have an understanding of:
The Vic PCP Online Health Literacy Course is made up of the following 5 modules. Complete all five, or choose to complete the modules most appropriate to your role:
The course is suitable for all staff, regardless of existing knowledge of health literacy. This broad approach to increase staff knowledge and skills has been developed to complement health literacy activities within your organisation.
The course was developed by a steering group made up of Victorian Primary Care Partnerships (PCPs), led by Liz Meggetto of Central West Gippsland PCP.
INW PCP and HealthWest Partnership contributed to the governance and development of the Course.
The course is available free of charge at http://www.vicpcphealthliteracycourse.com.au (we recommend using Chrome as your internet browser).
You can request a free version to be embedded in your internal Learning Management System from firstname.lastname@example.org.
This course was evaluated in late 2018. You can access the Evaluation Report here.
If you would like to know more about the course, please contact INW PCP Access and Equity Project Coordinator, Isabella Roxburgh on Tel (03) 9389 2263 or email IsabellaR@inwpcp.org.au
If you are in danger, please use a safer computer, or call 000 (Australian emergency number) or
1800 RESPECT (1800 737 732) (advice)