We ❤ Health Literacy Headquarters we discuss a lot about methods to communicate clearly. Usually, we are talking about conveying health information to consumers. But we like to research how to apply the essentials of health literacy to interactions within our own workplaces.
In the very first variant of Health Literacy in the Wild, we talked about providing clear responses. This week, we’re tackling a common type of communication that may also gain from our best practices: email.
If you are like us, dear readers, you spend a significant chunk of your workday reading and writing (and occasionally dismissing) emails.