The Self-Care Observatory: Health Literacy

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Jenkins, C. (2023). The Self-Care Observatory: Health Literacy. The Self-Care Observatory.
AuthorsJenkins, C.
Abstract

The Self-Care Observatory came into being following the 2023 London Self-Care Summit at Imperial College which included SCARU, UTS, WHO and many many others.

​The concept of a repository of self-care evidence was raised. Existing experience of a similar online research 'Greatest Hits' approach has been used and individual enthusiasm and (albeit minimal) technical abilities exploited to produce the current site.

This is a pragmatic response to a universally perceived need.

Year2023
PublisherThe Self-Care Observatory
Web address (URL)https://www.self-careobservatory.org/health-literacy
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Deposited31 May 2024
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