Round table discussion Thursday - Educational interventions for young people to make informed health choices

7 November, 2022

Round table discussion thursday - Educational interventions for young people to make informed health choices

Dear HIFA members,

The Informed Health Choices Group is holding the following Roundtable discussion online on Thursday this week:

Educational interventions to improve primary and secondary school students’ ability to make informed health choices

What have we learned about how to help schools teach students to think critically about health claims, evidence, and choices? Developers and evaluators of six educational interventions will discuss their experiences, what they have learned, and what advice they would give to others.

Date and time

Thursday, 10 November 2022

11:00 - 12:30 Central European Time


Online - Zoom

About this event

During the discussion, the developers will interact with each other and the audience. The discussion will address questions such as: Where did the ideas for these educational interventions come from? How were they developed? What are the strengths and weaknesses of the different approaches that were used? What lessons can be learned from this work? How can we scale up efforts to teach primary and secondary school students to think critically about what to believe and what to do for their health and the health of others?

How to join

More information about the event, including how to register, can be found here.

Best regards,

Sarah Rosenbaum

Sarah Rosenbaum

Design forsker/ Design researcher

Centre for Epidemic Interventions Research

Folkehelseinstituttet/Norwegian Institute of Public Health |

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