DeafHealth has added a useful resource for information on Ebola to their collection of signed medical informational videos -- signed videos about Ebola.
The 2014 Ebola epidemic is the largest in history, affecting multiple countries. Getting clear accurate information to everyone about this disease is critical. In support of DeafHealth the Wexner Medical Center and The Office For Diversity And Inclusion at The Ohio State University have collaborated produce this ASL Video Fact Sheet on Ebola. The Video is at. http://www.deafhealth.org/diseases/ebola
Since DeafMD's launch in 2008, their 400+ signed videos have been viewed more than 1.5 million times by 400,000+ visitors. More importantly, more than 96% of 3,700 surveyed visitors reported a better understanding of the health education topic they viewed. DeafMD has been linked to by the CDC, NIH, Gallaudet University, Rochester Institute of Technology, Johns Hopkins Hospital, Ohio State University Medical Center, Stanford University Medical Center, NYU, Georgetown University Hospital, UCLA, Interpreter Training Programs, and state schools for the Deaf.
Thank you to L. Scott Lissner, ADA Coordinator & 504 Compliance Officer, Office Of Diversity And InclusionEbola « DeafHealth
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