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Residents & Fellows Corner | Sept/Oct '18

Getting to Know Eyetube

This year, Bryn Mawr Communications teamed up with ophthalmology resident Eric Rosenberg, DO, to launch an Eyetube video resource collection exclusively for residents and fellows. Below is a primer on navigating Eyetube.net and contributing to this global surgical video library.

What is Eyetube?

Eyetube is a free video resource intended only for eye care professionals. Although YouTube may expand your exposure to patients, Eyetube provides a peer-to-peer platform for sharing educational content such as surgical videos, product demonstrations, and more. On average, more than 1,900 videos are watched globally on Eyetube each day!

How do I submit my surgical videos?

User-submitted content is the keystone of Eyetube’s community. We encourage you to contribute by visiting https://eyetube.net/other/submit.asp and completing the steps to submit a video. If your video has already been uploaded to YouTube, all you have to do is copy and paste the YouTube URL into the submission form.

Do I run the risk of violating HIPAA by submitting my surgical videos?

Most surgical centers have a clause in the regular patient consent form regarding use of photography and videos. As a rule of thumb, videos can be used for educational purposes if personally identifiable information (ie, patient name, IDs, dates, unique case history) is obscured or omitted.

Can I share the videos I submit on my social media accounts?

Yes! Our video pages include social buttons that make it easy for you to share your videos on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.