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Adapting tools for patient education


There is a wide variety of tools for patient education, from simple leaflets to self-help kiosks, and even fancy digital tools like social media and smartphone applications.

Mr Chou gives examples of these tools before moving on to the ASHP suggested patient education guideline. It includes introduction, patient assessment, patient education and verification. After all, patient’s understanding is the key! It’s the first step of patient’s adherence.

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