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Citation : Sentell T, Zhang W, Davis J, Baker KK, Braun KL. (2014)
The influence of community and individual health literacy on self-reported health status.
J Gen Intern Med 29(2):298-304.
Abstract : Both individual and community health literacy are significant, distinct correlates of individual general health status. Primary care providers and facilities should consider and address health literacy at both community and individual levels.
URL Link : http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24096723
PMID : 24096723
PMCID : PMC3912275
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