2020 Fluency Report: Health Literacy

The Fluency Report: Health Literacy

April 26, 2021

At a time when information is ubiquitous and public health is top of mind, a new study on health fluency indicates that the role of health companies in consumer education is shifting amid new, diverse voices, yet still plays a meaningful and important role in the public conversation.  

The signature study—The Fluency Report: Health Literacy—released today by the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University, was conducted by the Newhouse School’s Real Chemistry Emerging Insights Lab (EIL), led by Regina Luttrell, associate dean and director of the EIL, in association with Real Chemistry, a global health innovation company.

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