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read·a·bil·i·ty

(rēd'ă-bil'i-tē)
nursing Ease with which written or printed material can be read and understood; important in assessment of patient teaching.
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We consider transparency beyond disclosure, so we have tried to make implicit the concepts of relevance, understandability and timeliness by measuring transparency as a latent variable inferred from the following variables obtained from the Thomson Reuters Datastream database.
Usability###{Non Applicable}###Learnability, Understandability,
The GRIP team helped identify the jargon and improve the understandability of the education.
Efforts should focus on enhancing the understandability of [dense breast notifications] so that all women are clearly and accurately informed about their density status, its effect on their breast cancer risk, and the harms and benefits of supplemental screening," the researchers wrote.
Norman (2004) investigates four principles for good behavioral design: function, understandability, usability, and physical feel (2004, p.
This gives better understandability of the interface and requires less time to learn it.
They'd understandability get in such a radge, they'd march south and occupy the Keep on their way down to sack York and burn London
The other reviewer will be a non-health professional who reviews the website for usability and understandability.
While the AICPA intended to limit significant revisions to the ethics rules, the redrafting resulted in several substantive changes to broaden the Code's scope and improve its understandability.
Above all, it is a Bill to reintroduce transparency, democracy and understandability into an area of law which has moved a very long way from its statutory basis in the Matrimonial Causes Act 1973.
Those areas include readability, understandability, indemnity clauses and venue restrictions.