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Consumer & Patient Education and Shared-Decision Making 

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1. Sakai Y. The role of readability in effective health communication: an experiment using a Japanese health information text on chronic suppurative otitis media. Health Information & Libraries Journal 2013;30(3):220 [CrossRef]
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