September 12, 2017
Ohio Physical Therapy Association
Problems with health literacy can affect patients’ access to physical therapy, participation in treatment, follow through after leaving the treatment session, and health outcomes. As the world of health care becomes more complex, persons with low health literacy are even more vulnerable. What groups of patients are likely to have low health literacy? What are the standardized methods for assessing it? What things can therapists do to be effective with patients who have difficulties in this area?Expand summary
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