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Audiovisual teaching aids can play a significant role for the retention of new material and help overcome barriers such as the physical presence or time restrictions of an instructor. In a clinical setting, multimedia health education can offer an advantage over traditional didactic teaching by engaging patients through visual content and unlimited accessibility. A critical factor to long-term survival of solid organ transplant recipients is compliance to post-transplantation medication and follow-up patient care. Transplant pharmacists serve on multidisciplinary care teams as the medication experts that provide discharge education to recipients and caregivers often at the bedside. The adoption of digital multimedia content for patient education can increase engagement of diverse learning styles while simultaneously reducing potential time conflicts in hospital practice. This study contributes to the literature by assessing the effectiveness of discharge education video(s) on patient satisfaction and knowledge levels which are currently limited.

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NCT number NCT05189340
Study type Interventional
Source Johns Hopkins University
Contact Ryan Whisler
Phone 4109553733
Email [email protected]
Status Not yet recruiting
Phase N/A
Start date February 1, 2022
Completion date June 15, 2022

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