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Health Literacy and Palliative Care

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Health Literacy and Palliative Care

Publisher: National Academies Press
ISBN/ASIN: 0309380367
ISBN-13: 9780309380362
Number of pages: 137

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Explores the relationship between palliative care and health literacy, and the importance of health literate communication in providing high-quality delivery of palliative care. The book highlights the practical strategies and the needs and opportunities for improving health literacy.

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