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Table 3 Responses to questions assessing the participant's perspective after viewing the educational video on MI.

From: Utilizing video on myocardial infarction as a health educational intervention in patient waiting areas of the developing world: A study at the emergency department of a major tertiary care hospital in India

QUESTION 1: Did you find the information on the video helpful?
Somewhat- 3 7 (6.3%)
Quite a deal- 4 51 (45.9%)
A great deal- 5 53 (47.7%)
QUESTION 2: Did you learn something you did not know about heart disease after watching the video?
A little- 2 4 (3.6%)
Somewhat- 3 7 (6.3%)
Quite a bit-4 25 (22.5%)
A great deal-5 75 (67.6%)
QUESTION 3: Was the atmosphere in the emergency department a good place to view the video?
Yes-1 99 (89.2%)
No-2 10 (9.0%)
Unsure-3 2 (1.8%)
QUESTION 4: Did you feel comfortable watching the video in the emergency department waiting room?
Not at all- 1 9 (8.1%)
A little-2 4 (3.6%)
Somewhat-3 14 (12.6%)
Quite a bit-4 46 (41.4%)
A great deal- 5 38 (34.2%)
QUESTION 5: How would you rate the length of the video?
Too short- 1 2 (1.8%)
A little short-2 8 (7.21%)
About right-3 82 (73.9%)
A little bit long-4 5 (4.5%)
Too long- 5 14 (12.6%)
QUESTION 6: Would you watch this video again if you could?
Yes-1 109 (98.2%)
No-2 0 (0%)
Unsure-3 2 (1.8%)
QUESTION 7: Do you think you would get more information if this video was shown in a place other than the Emergency Department?
Yes-1 31 (27.9%)
No-2 67 (60.4%)
Unsure-3 13 (11.7%)
QUESTION 8: After watching the video, do you think you will change any part of your current lifestyle to decrease your chances of heart disease?
Not at all- 1 2 (1.8%)
A little-2 5 (4.5%)
Somewhat-3 20 (18.0%)
Quite a bit-4 47 (42.3%)
A great deal- 5 37 (33.3%)
QUESTION 9: Was it difficult to watch the video in the Emergency Department waiting room?
Not at all- 1 72 (64.9%)
A little-2 26 (23.4%)
Somewhat-3 9 (8.1%)
Quite a bit-4 2 (1.8%)
A great deal- 5 2 (1.8%)
  1. Results shown are percentages of the total numbers of participants choosing that response. Responses are from intervention group only (n = 111).