Youtube as a source of information about Percutan Tracheostomy
Youtube'da Perkütan Trakeostomi
Keywords:e-learning, YouTube, Intensive care, Tracheostomy, Percutaneous
Introduction:Percutaneous tracheostomy one of the most common interventional procedures in the intensive care unit. The aim of our study is to investigate “Youtube®” videos about percutaneous tracheostomy in the intensive care unit in terms of the information value and quality they provide.
Material and Method: Video search was performed on the “YouTube.com” in November 2021 with the “percutaneous tracheostomy” search key. The first 100 videos about percutaneous tracheostomy in the intensive care unit were listed and the number of views, likes, dislikes, comments, uploaded source, source country and continent were determined, and content analyzes were made. The quality, reliability and accuracy of the videos were determined by the "Global Quality Score"(GQS), "Journal of American Medical Association (JAMA) Quality Test" and "Modified DISCERN" questionnaire, respectively.
Results: According to GQS, 45 low, 31 medium and 24 high quality videos were detected. 72 of the videos contained insufficient, 25 partially sufficient and 3 completely sufficient data. Academic and doctor-sourced videos comprised the majority (70,83%) of the high-quality group. There was no significant relationship between video sources, GQS, JAMA score, Modified DISCERN score and the number of views, likes, dislikes and comments(p>0,05). A weak positive correlation was found between video duration and GQS(r=0,206), JAMA(r=0.263), modified DISCERN(r=0,388) scores(p<0,05).
Conclusion:According to our results, it was determined that most of the youtube videos about percutaneous tracheostomy in the intensive care unit were of poor quality and had insufficient data. It has been determined that high-quality videos are of longer duration and are uploaded by academic and doctor sources.