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Tuesday, May 17 • 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Poster Session 2: Poster Board Number 88

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Poster Board Number: 88
Title: Impact of Viewing a Patient Education Video prior to Colonoscopy on Knowledge, Anxiety, and Satisfaction
Objective: To determine the impact of viewing a patient education video about colonoscopy prior to scheduled colonoscopy versus the day of the appointment on informing and preparing patients for colonoscopy and improving the informed consent discussion.
Methods: All patients are mailed a written handout with background information about colonoscopy ten to fourteen days prior to the procedure. Patients will either receive additional written information on how to access a video on colonoscopy or will not receive additional video information. Prior to the procedure, all patients complete demographic and knowledge questionnaires and rate anxiety using a visual analog scale. The video information group proceeds with informed consent and the procedure. The no video information group views the colonoscopy video in the pre-procedure room and proceeds with informed consent and the procedure. All patients are given a satisfaction survey related to the colonoscopy information and informed consent process and are asked to return the survey via a postage paid envelope.
Results: A total of eighty-seven patients completed demographic and knowledge questionnaires and rated their anxiety. Of those patients, twenty-four received the video information and watched the video prior to their appointment; twenty-seven received the video information, did not watch the video prior to their appointment, but watched the video in the clinic office; and thirty-six did not receive the video information prior to their appointment, but watched the video in the clinic office. Twenty-seven patients returned the satisfaction survey. Statistically significant differences between the groups were not found for knowledge, anxiety, or satisfaction.
Conclusions: No statistically significant differences in knowledge about colonoscopy, anxiety, or satisfaction with the received education were found between patients who watched a video on colonoscopy prior to their appointment and patients who watched the video the day of their appointment. Author: Eileen A. Severson, Student, Certificate of Advanced Study in Health Sciences Librarianship, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA, and Supervisor, Library and Health Information Services, Gundersen Lutheran Health System, La Crosse, WI


Tuesday May 17, 2011 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Exhibit Hall A - Minneapolis Convention Center

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