Providing Educational Materials to Patients

by Cathy Parkes November 03, 2022

Written educational materials should be provided in the patient's primary language using layman's terms and an appropriate reading level.
Written educational materials should be provided in the patient's primary language using layman's terms and an appropriate reading level.


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