Improve patient education skills by making them part of annual competencies

November 2007
Patient Education Management;Nov2007, Vol. 14 Issue 11, p121
Academic Journal
In the October issue of Patient Education Management, we discussed building a patient education culture within an institution. In this issue, we take a closer look at teaching competencies and how to design them.


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