High‑efficiency Strategies to Improve Health Information of the General Population

Ali Soroush, Mozhgan Saeidi, Saeid Komasi


Dear Editor, Obviously, the health of each community and health‑related behaviors are the results of the attitudes and health knowledge of the people.[1] Subsequently, people’s health knowledge is promoted through various ways. The most important tools include TV and radio channels, newspapers, cybercafé, and widely used applications such as telegrams, and banners and billboards in each country.[2] Few people may also receive scattered information through academic or non‑academic workshops. Despite the usefulness of each of these methods, it seems that the health system of Iran should seek new strategies to transfer health information to the general population...........

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