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Relationship between Teach-back and Patient-Centered Communication in Primary Care Pediatric Encounters

Source: U.S. National Library of Medicine
Date Published: 1/2017

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This article summarizes research that supports the use of “Teach-back” during pediatric clinical encounters.

Teach-back is an iterative communication technique in which a clinician asks the patient to repeat, in their own words, the information that they have just been given.

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