Our lab produced a short video to complement an article published in the Patient Education and Counseling journal.
CITATION: Kushalnagar, P., Engelman, A., & Sadler, G. (2018). Deaf patient-provider communication and lung cancer screening: Health Information National Trends survey in American Sign Language (HINTS-ASL). Patient Education and Counseling.
Black background with white letters: Deaf patient-provider communication and lung cancer screening: HINTS-ASL
White letters: Kushalnagar, P., Engelman, A., & Sadler, G. (2018). Deaf patient-provider communication and lung cancer screening: Health Information National Trends survey in American Sign Language (HINTS-ASL). Patient Education and Counseling.
On the upper center, there is a black, blue and orange circled logo with three people lined up vertically. White letters after the logo say: DEAF HEALTH COMMUNICATION AND QUALITY OF LIFE CENTER.
On the bottom center, there is a yellow logo. Blue letters after the logo show: GALLAUDET UNIVERSITY. Adjacent to this logo, there is another logo in gray, white, and blue. Grey letters after this logo show: NIH, National Institutes of Health.
On the bottom left, there is a black, blue and orange circled logo with three people lined up vertically. White letters after the logo says: DEAF HEALTH COMMUNICATION and QUALITY OF LIFE CENTER. This logo will stay visible for the entire duration of the video.
A White man with dark brown hair is wearing a blue shirt with violet blue background.
On the bottom right, there is a white text: Andrew Biskupiak, Lab staff
“Our lab gathered and analyzed smoking data from our HINTS-ASL survey. Patient Education and Counseling Journal recently published this paper. Our lab collected data from February 2017 to August 2017. A total of 703 deaf adults answered questions about lung cancer screening test. However, this paper focused on 188 deaf older adults aged between 55 years old to 80 years old. Some of those respondents had an interpreter provided at their doctor visits. Some of them did not have interpreters. Results showed that having an interpreter helped deaf patients ask about lung cancer screening test. Having a full access to language encourages deaf patients to ask their doctors about lung cancer screening test.”
Dr. Poorna Kushalnagar is wearing a light blue shirt with a lab coat, sitting in her office.
“I would like to thank the National Institutes of Health (NIH) for supporting this project.”
A white font appears on the upper right as Dr. Kushalnagar is signing, with a NIH logo: Research reported in this film was supported by the National Institutes of Health under grant number 7R15DC01481602 awarded to Poorna Kushalnagar, Ph.D.
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The logo appears and fades.
Producer: Poorna Kushalnagar, Ph.D.
Collaborator: Georgia R. Sadler, Ph.D.
Collaborator: Alina Engelman, Ph.D.
Editor: Brittany Willis
Narrator: Andrew Biskupiak, B.A.
Grant Awarded to Dr. Kushalnagar:
National Institutes of Health