J. M. R. Mulder-Wiggers

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PURPOSE Although tailoring health education messages to individual characteristics of patients has shown promising results, most patient education materials still take a one-size-fits-all approach. The aim of this study was to develop a method for tailoring health education messages to patients' preferences for various message features, using the concept of(More)
OBJECTIVE To evaluate patients' preferences for message features and assess their relationships with health literacy, monitor-blunter coping style, and other patient-dependent characteristics. METHODS Patients with coronary heart disease completed an internet-based survey, which assessed health literacy and monitor-blunter coping style, as well as various(More)
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