Webinar: COVID-19 research with Deaf People who use American Sign Language – Sep 23
With urgent COVID-19 funding from the NIH, the Center for Deaf Health Equity conducted mixed-methods study with deaf and hard hearing adults who use American Sign Language (ASL). We created an online ASL/English survey to quickly deploy and assess an underserved DHH population’s knowledge/attitude toward physical distancing, the self-perceived risk for COVID-19, patient-physician communication, and healthcare access experience. In the webinar, we will share challenges and successes associated with research design and data collection. We will also share preliminary findings and discuss their implications for promoting accessibility for health care during the pandemic.
Date and Time: September 23, 2020, 1:00 PM
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