An assessment tool to measure health literacy in youth populations that was developed by Thomas Abel and his ISPM colleagues (HLAT-8) has been translated into Chinese (c-HLAT-8).
Originally developed by combining health promotion theory and Swiss data, it was tested and found to be a reliable, valid, feasible instrument for measuring functional, interactive, and critical health literacy among Chinese students.
Shuaijun Guo et al. 2018
The HLAT is now available in five major languages: English, German, French, Italian and Chinese.