Module 4: Implementation Strategies for Rural Health Literacy Programs
Each rural health program designed to improve health literacy is unique, and there is no one-size-fits-all implementation strategy. Successful programs identify existing resources and best practices and then tailor them to address their community's needs. This module identifies key concepts to consider when implementing a program to improve personal and organizational health literacy.
For a broad overview of rural program implementation, see Implementing a Rural Community Health Program in the Rural Community Health Toolkit. For more specific considerations for implementing particular program models or approaches to address health literacy, see Program Models.
In this module:
- Staffing and Resource Considerations for Health Literacy Programs
- Community Champions and Partners for Health Literacy Programs
- Technology and Broadband Access for Health Literacy Programs
- Stigma of Low Health Literacy
- Population Considerations for Health Literacy Programs
- Health Equity Considerations for Developing Public Health Communications