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Health literacy of future healthcare professionals: a cross-sectional study among health sciences students in Nepal.

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Summary of "Health literacy of future healthcare professionals: a cross-sectional study among health sciences students in Nepal."

There is an assumption that health literacy is higher among health professionals, allowing them to improve the health literacy of their patients. This study explored health literacy profiles of health science students in Nepal, the future health professionals and educators of health literacy.

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Name: International health
ISSN: 1876-3405
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