The aim is to influence policy-makers, and the main sections are called:
- Making the case for investing in strengthening health literacy;
- Taking action to create and strengthen health literacy–friendly settings; and
- Developing policies for health literacy at the local, national and European Region levels.
The publication is about 70 pages long and summarises a good deal of evidence and examples. There are also links to follow e.g. I noticed a short consultation document from the Institute of Medicine proposing Attributes of a Health Literate Organization (http://www.iom.edu/%7E/media/Files/Perspectives-Files/2012/Discussion-Papers/BPH_HLit_Attributes.pdf)
Photo by Sheila Webber: Planted chair in the Kulturen open air museum, Lund, Sweden, May 2013