TJC: New patient-centered communication standards good for education

October 2010
Patient Education Management;Oct2010, Vol. 17 Issue 10, p109
Academic Journal
The article discusses the patient-centered communication standards issued by The Joint Commission (TJC) including the effective communication, provision of interpreter and translation services, and the use of roadmap for hospital.


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