I. To understand barriers and opportunities for engaging three culturally distinct populations in lung cancer screening.
II. To develop three culturally tailored educational videos about lung cancer and the benefits of lung cancer screening.
III. To test the impact of the videos on susceptibility to lung cancer, knowledge of lung cancer screening, and intentions to undergo lung cancer screening in a diverse sample of at-risk individuals.
OUTLINE: Participants are assigned to 1 of 3 arms.
ARM I (AIM 1): Participants participate in a focus group over 1 hour in support of the development of a culturally tailored educational video on study.
ARM II (AIM 2): Participants watch a culturally tailored educational video over 3-5 minutes and then immediately undergo an interview in support of the refinement of a culturally tailored educational video on study.
ARM III (AIM 3): Participants watch a culturally tailored educational video over 3-5 minutes and complete a brief test pre- and post-video over 30 minutes on study.
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