Teen Health Information Literacy National Learning Collaborative
The Teen Health Information Literacy National Learning Collaborative is a project of the National AHEC (Area Health Education Centers) Organization. Five AHEC members from across the country have been selected to participate in a year-long learning collaborative funded through the National Library of Medicine. This forum is a repository for that collaborative. At the end of the year-long collaborative, this forum will transition to public access for anyone to join. The purpose of the project is to address youth health information literacy. There is a growing recognition that the ability to find, interpret and use reliable sources of health information can have a direct impact on an individual’s health. The National Library of Medicine, AHECs, and their partners aim to improve these skills within diverse adolescent populations when personal habits and life-long skills are being developed.
This is a private group. To join you must be a registered site member and request group membership.