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Required - PRIOR to the Workshop
TEDx - 12:21
Current Bibliographies in Medicine - National Library of Medicine
January 1998 through November 2003, plus selected earier and later citations
Publication Date: 2012
On September 7, 2006, Acting Surgeon General Kenneth Moritsugu held a Surgeon General’s Workshop on Improving Health Literacy. The goal of the workshop was to present the state of the science in the field of health literacy from a variety of perspectives, including those of health care organizations and providers, the research community, and educators. During the course of the one-day workshop, participants identified the public health consequences of limited health literacy and established an evidence base for taking action.
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