Readability and its application to poison prevention.

Abstract

To improve communication with the general public, poison prevention materials must be written in a language suited to the population to be reached. The information should be nontechnical, concise and easily understood. Sentence length of written material should be short and the vocabulary kept simple. Recall can be significantly improved by organizing… (More)

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@article{Ross1981ReadabilityAI, title={Readability and its application to poison prevention.}, author={Jeanne W. Ross and B C Metts and John S. Parrish}, journal={Veterinary and human toxicology}, year={1981}, volume={23 1}, pages={29-32} }