YouTube – Medical Education• Patient stories, study cases• Anatomy lessons (live and autopsy)• Surgery (robotic, laparoscopy)• Procedures• 3D Animations• Quizzes (interactive videos)• Live surgery• Videos in research papers• Medical imaging (ultrasound, ECG, etc.)• Etc.
Good quality • Quality of the content • Quality of the video (audio, video) • Textual information: tags, tittle, description • Learning outcomes • Content provider • Target audience • Captioning-subtitles (accessibility)
Conclusions• There are many good videos, but they are not easy to find.• Lack of studies on how to integrate online videos in health education.• Openness has also problems: comments, voyeurs, etc.• Informatics can play a major role: vertical portals, integration with other platforms (pubmed, facebook, etc.)
@luisluqueThank you! firstname.lastname@example.org//imiasocialmedia.wordpress.com• Reading list and papers – http://www.mendeley.com/groups/2069473/youtube-and-health• Medical educational playing list – http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL19B04CA8352FF044 – http://www.youtube.com/user/luisfernandezluque