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Reducing Assessment Barriers for Patients with Low Literacy

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Reducing Assessment Barriers for Patients With Low Literacy

The purpose of this study is to determine the effects of health literacy on questionnaire-based measurement.

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Computerized Talking Touchscreen

The intervention is a computerized talking touchscreen designed to aid people with low health literacy. All Participants in both arms will complete a battery of health questionnaires. One group will complete questionnaires in traditional pen-and-paper format. The other group will receive the computerized talking touchscreen, which reads questions to participants on demand.

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Reducing Assessment Barriers for Patients With Low Health Literacy

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NCT03584490

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b8223e