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Developing Infographics to Facilitate HIV-Related Patient-Provider Communication in a Limited-Resource Setting.

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Summary of "Developing Infographics to Facilitate HIV-Related Patient-Provider Communication in a Limited-Resource Setting."

 Productive patient-provider communication is a recognized component of high-quality health care that leads to better health outcomes. Well-designed infographics can facilitate effective communication, especially when culture, language, or literacy differences are present.

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Name: Applied clinical informatics
ISSN: 1869-0327
Pages: 597-609

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