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Literacy and Health in Canada: Is it really a problem?

Type of Resource: Book
Source: (2003).Canadian Journal of Public Health, 94, 405-406
Author: Rootman, I

Health Literacy and Health Promotion

Implications of an Institute of Medicine Report

I Introduction

II Background of Report

III Summary of Report

IV Implications of Report

V Conclusion

VI References

-- submitted by Irving Rootman, Michael Smith Foundation for Health Research Distinguished Scholar and Professor, Centre for Community Health Promotion Research, Faculty of Human and Social Development, University of Victoria (the conclusions/opinions in this paper are not necessarily those of the Institute of Medicine (IOM) or the Committee on Health Literacy)

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Child Health and the Environment

Type of Resource: Book
Source: Oxford University Press, 2003
Author: Donald T. Wigle

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