Make written materials easily accessible

September 2011
Patient Education Management;Sep2011, Vol. 18 Issue 9, p102
Academic Journal
The article discusses the distribution of printed and written handouts along with making information available on the intranet as important elements of patient education; included are comments from Janet L. Petty of the Craig Memorial Library, and Karen Guthrie of Mount Carmel East.


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