Each of us sends and receives thousands of pieces of information every day, whether it's through conversations, briefings, the media, food labels, or advertisements. The average American consumes approximately 100,500 words and 34 gigabytes of information (almost 12 hours) each day according to the Global Information Industry Center (2009). Information is unavoidable, yet effective communication can still be difficult to execute due to misconceptions, misinterpretation, and mismanagement of information processes.
|Date Posted:||06.05.2014 16:14|
This work, Army Medicine Communication Blockers: Debunking the myths in healthcare messaging, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.