Paula Worby (pictured on the right) and Miriam Lara-Mejia both work at Hesperian Health Guides, a non-profit publisher best known for the book Where There Is No Doctor that is used throughout the world. Hesperian has more than a dozen books on a broad range of health topics and makes almost all of that content available free online and in multiple languages through its HealthWiki platform. Hesperian also offers free mobile apps focused on reproductive health.
Miriam Lara-Mejia is the Spanish Content Manager and co-author of Hesperian’s Workers’ Guide to Health and Safety. Paula Worby, also an editor at Hesperian, is project coordinator for The NEW Where There Is No Doctor, an online resource that is always expanding with new topics and languages.
Paula Worby and Miriam Lara-Mejia talk with Helen Osborne about:
More ways to learn:
Health Literacy from A to Z: Practical Ways to Communicate Your Health Message, Second Edition (updated 2018), by Helen Osborne. Especially relevant to this podcast is the chapter, “Know Your Audience: Culture and Language.”
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