Taking Off the Blindfold: Seeing How Literacy Affects Health (2004)

A Report of the Health Literacy in Rural Nova Scotia Research Project

It is well known that people who have trouble reading and writing often have poor health.

This is a report for a project called The Health Literacy in Rural Nova Scotia Research Project. During the project, people from various counties in Nova Scotia were brought together to learn more about how literacy affects health. Most importantly, the project was intended to find out what can be done to break down the barriers to health that low literacy creates.

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2004-08-10
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B. Allan Quigley and Doris E. Gillis. Taking Off the Blindfold: Seeing How Literacy Affects Health 2004. Web. 23 May. 2022 <http://en.copian.ca/library/research/takngoff/takngoff.pdf>
B. Allan Quigley & Doris E. Gillis (2004). Taking Off the Blindfold: Seeing How Literacy Affects Health. Retrieved May 23, 2022, from http://en.copian.ca/library/research/takngoff/takngoff.pdf
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