Informed Health Choices

Learning to think critically about what is good or bad for our health

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The problem

Illustration of person being overwhelmed with claims and questions

Claims about what might improve or harm our health are everywhere. Some of these claims are reliable, but many are not. People often don’t know how to tell the difference. Making health choices based on unreliable claims can have serious consequences.

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Our solution

KasukuWe create and evaluate educational resources that enable people of all ages to recognise reliable claims and make informed health choices.

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“Because someone tells you that something works better, it doesn’t mean that it works better.”
(Primary school student, Spain)

About Informed Health Choices

We are a multidisciplinary network of people from over 20 countries developing, evaluating or contextualising open-access Informed Health Choices resources. We have decades of shared experience in research methods, health services research, public health, epidemiology, medicine, education, human-centred design, communication, and journalism.
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“This is the kind of teaching approach that we want, where the learners construct their learning, the teacher plays the facilitating role.”
(Curriculum specialist, Uganda)

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