Communication and Health Outcomes
Gary L. Kreps, Dan O'Hair
Hampton Press, Jan 1, 1995 - Communication in medicine - 269 pages
The studies provided in this volume provide evidence of the pervasive influences of communication on health, health care, and health promotion, helping to validate assertions about these influences made by many health communication scholars.
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INTRAPERSONAL HEALTH COMMUNICATION
COMMUNICATION BETWEEN PROVIDERS
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