Literacy in e-health today is very important, since it allows the population access to care, but many people do not know or do not know how to use it, which is why the research objective is, to determine the level of E-Health literacy of University Teachers served in first-level health centers in South Lima. It is a quantitative, descriptive, cross-sectional and non-experimental study, with a population of 400 University Professors, who answered a sociodemographic questionnaire and the e-health scale. In their results, 18.3% (n=73) of University Teachers have a high level with respect to e-health literacy, 31.5% (n=126) medium level, 21.5% (n= 86) basic level and 28.8% (n=115) elementary level. In conclusion, it is necessary to provide health education programs, since this implementation would make it more feasible for health workers to carry out safe online practices for the population as well.
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