Dear Anna and all

The following document contains contains a checklist to evaluate patient
education pamphlets. While it may not be the one you were referring to, it
might be worthwhile having a look at.

        Meera Rajendran
        Acting Library Manager
        Liverpool Health Service
        Elizabeth Street
        NSW 2170

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Anna Gieschen [SMTP:[log in to unmask]]
> Sent: Thursday, 30 November 2000 4:37
> To:   [log in to unmask]
> Subject:      RefQ: AAFP checklist for evaluating patient education
> brochures?
> I seem to remember being given at a workshop some time ago
> a short checklist to evaluate patient education pamphlets
> that originated with the American Academy of Family Physicians -
> I think it included but was not limited to evaluating
> literacy level -
> I don't have it anymore and don't see it on their website -
> Does anyone have this at their fingertips?
> Our patient education committee is working on such a checklist
> and that one, if it is as I remember it, would be a good start -
> Thanks for any hints or memory joggers -
> Anna Gieschen - Reference Services
> Wegner Health Sciences Information Center
> 1400 W 22nd Street, Suite 100
> Sioux Falls, South Dakota 57105
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> 605-357-1519 fax 605-357-1490
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