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Organization: Centro de Investigación Biomédica en Red de Enfermedades Raras & Museo Nacional de Ciencias Naturales

Region: Spain

Title: Sign language as a tool to improve health care in patients with hearing loss


This outreach activity consisted on a round table focused in the importance of developing and promoting knowledge of spanish sign language, creating new words that facilitate and improve communication between hearing-impaired people and health professionals, inclusion, education and scientific culture in people with severe hearing loss. ENT doctors, hearing loss researchers, academia members, sign language users and patient association representatives participated in this interesting round table, which was followed by a lively discussion between panelists and assistants.
The event was accessible for people with hearing loss, as it had simultaneous translation into sign language and subtitles.

Live Event: No

Hearing Screening: Yes

Social Media: No

Authorities or policymakers: No

Influencers or celebrities: No

Centre for Linguistic Normalization of Spanish intervention

Round table with translation to spanish sign language

General picture of the activity