Low-literacy material targets correct OC use

July 2011
Patient Education Management;Jul2011, Vol. 18 Issue 7, p77
Academic Journal
The article offers details on "On the Same Page," an oral contraceptive health literacy project jointly implemented by the Region VI Department of Health and Human Services Office of Family Planning, the Center for Health Training and Sage Words Accessible Health Communications.


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