Published in Physician Law Weekly, November 28th, 2007
"We administered telephone questionnaires to determine if comprehension of diabetes-related jargon varied with context Eighty-one percent of encounters contained at least one unclarified jargon term (mean of 4/visit). Thirty-seven percent of jargon use occurred when making recommendations, and 29% when providing health education," wrote...
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