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 n.— «There’s a technique called teach-back, not assuming that patients know what to do, but understanding that health care is very complex, and the terms used in health care are equally complex and not universally understood by patients.» —“If you don’t read well, you’re more likely to not feel well” by David Steinkraus Journal Times (Racine, Wisc.) Sept. 28, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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