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Communication methods should be developed with two-way interactions in mind. To do this, the health assessor, as the public health assessment team leader, should ask community members how they prefer to provide and receive information. The health assessor should be sure that the methods used to communicate are available to everyone who wants to participate. For instance, Web sites should only be used if everyone in the community who is interested in the site has access to a computer and to the Web site.
Information might be presented using written materials, audio and video
presentations, and personal interactions.
|Last updated: February 14, 2008||ATSDR
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