Using plain language to communicate with your audience to ensure they understand your message is more important than ever in a world of constant streams of information. In a crisis, choosing your words carefully may be even more important to clearly state your message.
Everyday words, terms and real life examples of plain language
Federal plain language guidelines
National Health Institutes health literacy initiative
Plain language planner and translations
Plain language checklist (printable)
In this link, the Center for Disease Control provides resources and tools to help maximize your communication efforts.
After the normal questions asked by many medical care providers when treating a radioactively contaminated patient, such as “Is it safe for me to treat this patient?”
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