Cultural and linguistic adaptation of a multimedia colorectal cancer screening decision aid for Spanish-speaking Latinos.

@article{Ko2014CulturalAL,
  title={Cultural and linguistic adaptation of a multimedia colorectal cancer screening decision aid for Spanish-speaking Latinos.},
  author={Linda K. Ko and Daniel S. Reuland and M{\'o}nica P{\'e}rez Jolles and Rebecca Fairfax Clay and Michael P Pignone},
  journal={Journal of health communication},
  year={2014},
  volume={19 2},
  pages={192-209}
}
As the United States becomes more linguistically and culturally diverse, there is a need for effective health communication interventions that target diverse, vulnerable populations, including Latinos. To address such disparities, health communication interventionists often face the challenge to adapt existing interventions from English into Spanish in a way that retains essential elements of the original intervention while also addressing the linguistic needs and cultural perspectives of the… CONTINUE READING
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