Health literacy interventions and outcomes: an updated systematic review

Updates a systematic review in 2004 of differences in health-care service use and health outcomes associated with health literacy level and interventions. The aim is to improve the outcomes for people with low health literacy and to remove disparities in health outcomes and effectiveness of interventions among different sociodemographic groups. (RTI International and University of North Carolina, USA)


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