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#EFICPlainTalking: A new campaign on health literacy

European Pain Federation, Belgium

The European Pain Federation EFIC is delighted to announce the launch of the Plain Talking campaign as part of EFIC President Brona Fullen’s presidential campaign on health literacy.

What is health literacy? Health literacy is how a person can find information about their health, and then use that information to make the right healthcare choices for them. The Plain Talking campaign will help improve clear communication between clinicians and patients with pain.

As people living with pain are at the heart of this campaign, we ask you to fill in this survey so we can find out more about what would help you when talking about pain with clinicians. It will only take a few minutes to complete. The survey has been translated into different languages, please find below the language that suits you best.

 

EFIC Plain Talking Campaign Survey – Czech

EFIC Plain Talking Campaign Survey – Dutch

EFIC Plain Talking Campaign Survey – Italian

EFIC Plain Talking Campaign Survey – French

EFIC Plain Talking Campaign Survey – English

EFIC Plain Talking Campaign Survey – Spanish

EFIC Plain Talking Campaign Survey – German

EFIC Plain Talking Campaign Survey – Portuguese

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