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ABSTRACT: Anatomy education for the YouTube generation

Anatomy remains a cornerstone of medical education despite challenges that have seen a significant reduction in contact hours over recent decades; however, the rise of the "YouTube Generation" or "Generation Connected" (Gen C), offers new possibilities for anatomy education. Gen C, which consists of 80% Millennials, actively interact with social

MANUSCRIPT: Is content really king? An objective analysis of the public’s response to medical videos on YouTube.

Medical educators and patients are turning to YouTube to teach and learn about medical conditions. These videos are from authors whose credibility cannot be verified & are not peer reviewed. As a result, studies that have analyzed the educational content of YouTube have reported dismal results. These studies have been

ABSTRACT: Informal education of medical doctors on the Internet.

Physicians achieve parts of their knowledge informally on the Internet. In a first study we analyzed the quality of online content of prenatal screening and diagnosis on elements like Wikipedia, Twitter or YouTube. Furthermore, own content was published on blogs, forums and static pages, and visitor's data was measured. The

ABSTRACT: Effectiveness of YouTube as a Source of Medical Information on Heart Transplantation

BACKGROUND: In this digital era, there is a growing tendency to use the popular Internet site YouTube as a new electronic-learning (e-learning) means for continuing medical education. Heart transplantation (HTx) remains the most viable option for patients with end-stage heart failure or severe coronary artery disease. There are plenty of freely

MANUSCRIPT: Misleading health-related information promoted through video-based social media: anorexia on YouTube.

INTRODUCTION: The amount of information being uploaded onto social video platforms, such as YouTube, Vimeo, and Veoh, continues to spiral, making it increasingly difficult to discern reliable health information from misleading content. There are thousands of YouTube videos promoting misleading information about anorexia (eg, anorexia as a healthy lifestyle). OBJECTIVE: The aim of

ABSTRACT: The presentation of seizures and epilepsy in YouTube videos.

We evaluated videos on the social media website, YouTube, containing references to seizures and epilepsy. Of 100 videos, 28% contained an ictal event, and 25% featured a person with epilepsy recounting his or her personal experience. Videos most commonly fell into categories of Personal Experience/Anecdotal (44%) and Informative/Educational (38%). Fifty-one

MANUSCRIPT: Identifying Measures Used for Assessing Quality of YouTube Videos with Patient Health Information: A Review of Current Literature.

BACKGROUND: Recent publications on YouTube have advocated its potential for patient education. However, a reliable description of what could be considered quality information for patient education on YouTube is missing. OBJECTIVE: To identify topics associated with the concept of quality information for patient education on YouTube in the scientific literature. METHODS: A literature review was

ABSTRACT: YouTube: A good source of information on pediatric tonsillectomy?

OBJECTIVE: To investigate YouTube as a patient information source on pediatric tonsillectomy. METHODS: YouTube was searched on July 31, 2012 for the search terms pediatric tonsillectomy (PT), tonsillectomy (T) and tonsil surgery (TS). Non-English videos were excluded. Two physician reviewers independently assessed the videos for characteristics, usefulness, and information source. Usefulness was assessed

MANUSCRIPT: Nervous system examination on YouTube

BACKGROUND: Web 2.0 sites such as YouTube have become a useful resource for knowledge and are used by medical students as a learning resource. This study aimed at assessing videos covering the nervous system examination on YouTube. METHODS: A research of YouTube was conducted from 2 November to 2 December 2011 using the

ABSTRACT: How useful is YouTube in learning heart anatomy?

Abstract Nowadays more and more modern medical degree programs focus on self-directed and problem-based learning. That requires students to search for high quality and easy to retrieve online resources. YouTube is an emerging platform for learning human anatomy due to easy access and being a free service. The purpose of this