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Empirically Tested Health Literacy Frameworks.

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Summary of "Empirically Tested Health Literacy Frameworks."

Health literacy is a significant determinant of health behaviors, but the pathways through which health literacy influences health behaviors are not completely clear nor consistent. The purpose of this systematic review is to critically appraise studies that have empirically tested the potential pathways linking health literacy to health behavior.

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Name: Health literacy research and practice
ISSN: 2474-8307
Pages: e22-e44

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