Expanding the concept of significant choice through consideration of health literacy during crises.

@article{Wickline2013ExpandingTC,
  title={Expanding the concept of significant choice through consideration of health literacy during crises.},
  author={Morgan Wickline and Timothy L. Sellnow},
  journal={Health promotion practice},
  year={2013},
  volume={14 6},
  pages={809-15}
}
Nilsen defined the concept of the ethic of significant as "choice making that is voluntary, free from physical or mental coercion . . . based on all the information available when the decision must be made." This study highlights the importance of speakers in crisis situations not only meeting the ethical stipulations of significant choice but also taking into consideration the health literacy of their audience. Health literacy is defined as the ability of individuals to gather, interpret, and… CONTINUE READING
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