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This article examines the extent to which structuring Emergency Department discharge information improves the ability to recall that information, and whether such benefits interact with relevant prior knowledge. Using three samples of students with different levels of prior medical knowledge, we investigated the amount of information recalled after structured vs. non-structured presentation of information. Across all student samples, the structured discharge information led to a relativedoi:10.1080/13548506.2016.1198816 pmid:27309340 fatcat:qml4effg3zd7bo2ratfolk2ssq