Written communication to patients. Do patients understand when medical professionals write to them?

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Written communication to patients. Do patients understand when medical professionals write to them? / Thorsen, Hanne; Witt, Klaus; Brodersen, John.

2007. Abstract from ISOQOL International Conference on patients' reported outsome, Budapest, Hungary.

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Harvard

Thorsen, H, Witt, K & Brodersen, J 2007, 'Written communication to patients. Do patients understand when medical professionals write to them?', ISOQOL International Conference on patients' reported outsome, Budapest, Hungary, 24/06/2007 - 27/06/2007.

APA

Thorsen, H., Witt, K., & Brodersen, J. (2007). Written communication to patients. Do patients understand when medical professionals write to them?. Abstract from ISOQOL International Conference on patients' reported outsome, Budapest, Hungary.

Vancouver

Thorsen H, Witt K, Brodersen J. Written communication to patients. Do patients understand when medical professionals write to them?. 2007. Abstract from ISOQOL International Conference on patients' reported outsome, Budapest, Hungary.

Author

Thorsen, Hanne ; Witt, Klaus ; Brodersen, John. / Written communication to patients. Do patients understand when medical professionals write to them?. Abstract from ISOQOL International Conference on patients' reported outsome, Budapest, Hungary.

Bibtex

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title = "Written communication to patients. Do patients understand when medical professionals write to them?",
author = "Hanne Thorsen and Klaus Witt and John Brodersen",
year = "2007",
language = "English",
note = "null ; Conference date: 24-06-2007 Through 27-06-2007",

}

RIS

TY - ABST

T1 - Written communication to patients. Do patients understand when medical professionals write to them?

AU - Thorsen, Hanne

AU - Witt, Klaus

AU - Brodersen, John

PY - 2007

Y1 - 2007

M3 - Conference abstract for conference

ER -

ID: 9255418