2nd International Conference on Health Literacy and Health Promotion
October 6 – 8 2014
Taipei, Taiwan
Submissions due by June 30, 2014
Registration ends September 30, 2014
We invite you to join us for the 2nd International Conference on Health Literacy and Health Promotion to be held from October 6 to October 8 in Taipei, Taiwan. The conference will bring together leading academic scientists, researchers and scholars to discuss better interventions in health education and services.
Topics that will be discussed during the conference are (研討會主軸子題) :
Health literacy and policy: health policy and governance, health civil society, health inequalities
Health literacy and community: health city, healthy ageing environment, healthy living environment and design, enhancing and creating health literate settings
Health literacy and hospital: healthcare for non-communicable diseases management (NCDs, diabetes, hypertension, cardiovascular disorders, renal diseases, et al), high-risk vulnerable individuals
Health literacy and education: education and curriculum for health literacy, intervention via school educations
Health literacy and occupational environment: industry and business health-literacy friendly environment, occupational health and physical activities and health literacy, health literacy as corporate social responsibility
Health literacy in the media and social marketing
Health literacy in nutrition and food safety
Reproductive health, mental health, and health literacy
Health literacy in migrant and minorities
Research on measuring HL, on determinants of HL and on consequences or impacts of HL on different aspects of health
We are currently accepting abstracts (max. 500 words) for presentations at the Conference. All submitted papers must be in English.

Please note: all presenters will be expected to register as conference attendees. They are eligible for the early bird discounted rate.
A limited number of travel grants are available for presenters of selected abstracts from developing countries whose institutions are members of the Asian Health Association (AHLA). The grants help to defray the conference registration fee and travel-related expenses (lodging, transportation, etc.) for eligible presenters. More information will be provided once approved abstracts have been identified. Travel grants are non-transferable.
The registration fees for the conference are as follows:
Early Bird till Aug. 15 Regular
Non-student Student Non-student Student
Developed Country 300USD 200USD 450USD 300USD
Developing Country 120USD 30USD 200USD 50USD
On-line Registration
Methods of Payment