Field testing, a must-do for on-target handouts

December 2008
Patient Education Management;Dec2008, Vol. 15 Issue 12, p136
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the involvement of the potential readers or the target population of the patient educators in writing an understandable and clear material for readers.


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