Tuesday, August 11, 2015: 2:00 PM-3:30 PM
Due to technology, there is more information than ever regarding a wide range of health issues. But not all information is good information and even good information can be misleading if not presented to the general public in a meaningful way. Our panelists will present their research projects that explore best practices in communicating health information to the public, including the use of plain language, strategies for using surveys to improve communication and methods to bridge the gap between health professionals and knowledgeable consumers.
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