The Impact of Teach-Back as a Patient Education Tool in Women with Inadequate Maternal Health Literacy Seeking Immunizations for their Children
Describes a study of two groups of women in a rural, public health setting receiving patient education information where one group received information through the teach-back method and the other group did not. The goal of the study was to determine which method was effective in improving patient education knowledge scores.
East Tennessee State University School of Graduate Studies
Access · Children and youth · Health literacy · Maternal health and prenatal care · Public health · Statistics and data · Women · Tennessee