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ADA – American Dental Association (2013): IOM workshop examines oral health literacy, ADA News, 26. Februar 2013.

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Anderson, J.L., Dodman, S., Kopelman, M. (1979): Patient information recall in a rheumatology clinic. Rheumatology, 18(1), S. 18-22.


Berkman, N.D. (2011): Low health literacy and health outcomes: an updated systematic review. Annals of Internal Medicine, 155:97-107.


Bravo, B. N., Postigo, J. M., Segura, L. R., Selva, J. P., Trives, J. J., Córcoles, M. J., López, M. N. & Hidalgo, J. L. (2010): Effect of the evaluation of recall on the rate of information recalled by patients in primary care. Patient Education and Counseling, 81(2), S. 272–274.


Britten, N., Stevenson, F.A., Barry, C.A. (2000): Misunderstandings in prescribing decisions in general practice: qualitative study. BMJ, 320(7233). S. 484-8.


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Holtzman, J.S., Atchison, K.A., Gironda, M.W., Radbod, R., Gornbein, J. (2013): The association between oral health literacy and failed appointments in adults attending a university-based general dental clinic. Community Dent Oral Epidemiol 2013.


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Osborne, H. (2013): Health literacy from A to Z. Practical Ways to Communicate Your Health Message. Burlington: Jones & Bartlett Learning. 


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