MULTILINGUAL & LOW VISION HANDOUTS
Review and edit each handout for administrative and clinical
accuracy before giving to the patient. Consider the reading skills
of your patient when providing patient information. Make information
exchange interactive. Ask questions to confirm that the patient
understands. Personalize the exchange by writing the patient’s
name on the document and underlining key points in front of him/her.
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that IJEM is not liable for inaccuracies in linked third party
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Aug 01, 2005)
Patient Comprehension Israeli Journal of Emergency Medicine.
5(2). April 2005. PP 45- 48
Department Discharge Instruction Comprehension and Compliance Study.
Can J Emerg Med 7(1) Jan. 2005