The knowledge, behaviors, and attitudes of beginning baccalaureate nursing students using health literacy strategies
Marion Caroline Alida Dunkerley, EdD, College of Nursing, California Baptist University, Riverside, California, USA
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This was a mixed study that looked at the knowledge, attitudes, and behaviors of beginning nursing students towards patients with low heath literacy before and after a teaching intervention on basic health literacy strategies. Changes in behavior were assessed using a standardized patient simulation.
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