The Herschel S. Horowitz Center for Health Literacy at the University of Maryland cordially invites you to attend the Oral Health Symposium in honor of Dr. Alice M. Horowitz. The symposium is “Promoting Oral and Systemic Health for All through Health Literacy”. Friday, September 16, 10:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. This symposium will highlight Dr. Horowitz’s career and contributions in the emergence and growth of oral health as a focus area in the field of health literacy, setting a course for continued action. Speakers will address oral health and health literacy research, practice, and policy developed over the last two decades, highlighting contributions and needs to Maryland and the community, and addressing oral health as health literacy and general public health literacy. consider the importance of good health integration. public health issue. The symposium concludes with a look at future issues and opportunities for promoting oral health through health literacy and the role of the Herschel S. Horowitz Center for Health Literacy.
This is a hybrid event, with options to attend online or in person at the College Park campus. Use the links below to register for the event and access meeting links or parking and location information. Please note that only the Opening (10:00-11:30 PM EDT) and Closing (2:45-3:30 PM EDT) sessions are accessible to Virtual Attendees. In-person attendees will be provided with lunch and will be able to participate in one of three breakout groups in addition to the opening and closing sessions.
For more information, Oral Health Symposium Event Page. Please join us!