How to produce the best possible practice leaflet

Sheaff, Rod
September 2004
Pulse;9/6/2004, Vol. 64 Issue 35, p36
Provides tips in producing an effective medical practice leaflet. Usability of practice leaflets to general practitioners and patients; Need to discover how patients use the pamphlets; Importance of drafting the leaflet before printing copies.


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