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“Keep blaming the dog” — latest podcast on health literacy

Do you know whether heartburn pills are safe for long-term use?

Quizzify knows. Click to learn more.

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From Matt Jeffs:

In his third and final at-bat in this series, author / humorist / CEO provocateur Al Lewis hits one out of the park with the bases loaded. The Co-Founder and CEO of Quizzify, Al returns to remind us that employee health literacy can be delivered in delightfully humorous, trivia-style quizzes to simplify complex topics and help employees stay engaged in – and committed to – their own health and well-being.

This time, we cover:

  1. Why is health literacy so vitally important to employees?
  2. How reliable are some online health sources?
  3. What’s a good rule-of-thumb for health check-up frequency?
  4. Why is humor so crucial to retaining health information?
  5. Why is trivia so engaging when delivering health information?
  6. How is all this beneficial to employers?

Tune in here https://lnkd.in/e-pusGw to learn even more from this funny, distinguished and principled healthcare thought-leader. You’ll find it engaging and inspirational. Listen. Learn more at https://www.quizzify.com/.

Enjoy. Subscribe. Click for notifications. Share with colleagues, friends and associates. And learn more about learning more at https://thebackschool.net/ .


PS Worth tuning in just to see where the title comes from. Believe it or not, an important health literacy topic.


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