|Title||Development of a self-directed sinonasal surgical anatomy video curriculum: Phase 1 validation.|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2021|
|Authors||C Bailey E, Grauer JS, Chen PG, Rangarajan SV, Chan Y, Tewfik MA, Marino MJ, Torabi M, Le CH, Chang EH|
|Journal||Int Forum Allergy Rhinol|
|Date Published||2021 11|
|Keywords||Curriculum, Endoscopy, Humans, Paranasal Sinuses, Physicians, Students, Medical, Video Recording|
BACKGROUND: Sinusitis is a common outpatient diagnosis made by physicians and is a reason for referral to otolaryngologists. A foundation in basic sinonasal anatomy is critical in understanding sinus pathophysiology and avoiding complications. Our objective in this study was to develop and to validate a self-directed surgical anatomy video for medical students.
METHODS: Two multimedia videos were developed highlighting sinonasal anatomy. In Video 1 we included audio narration and radiologic imaging. Video 2 incorporated highlighted images from a sinus surgery video. An assessment was developed to test sinonasal anatomy landmarks, spatial recognition of structures, and their clinical relevance. An expert panel of rhinologists scored face and content validity of the curriculum videos and assessment. Factor analysis was used to separate questions into face and content validity domains, and a one-sample t test was performed.
RESULTS: The panel scored face validity (Videos 1 and 2: 4.4/5) and content validity (Video 1: 4.5/5, 0.83; Video 2: 4.3/5, 0.75) significantly higher than a neutral response. There were no statistical differences for face or content validity between videos. The assessment was rated suitable (29%) or very suitable (57%) for testing basic sinonasal surgical anatomy, and the majority (71%) of respondents agreed (14%) or strongly agreed (57%) that the assessment thoroughly covered the sinus anatomy content with which medical students should be familiar.
CONCLUSION: We have developed two videos and an assessment that highlight and test sinonasal anatomy. Future studies will aim to identify whether the use of a self-directed video curriculum improves sinonasal anatomy awareness and whether incorporation of surgical endoscopic videos augments training.
|Alternate Journal||Int Forum Allergy Rhinol|
|Grant List||R01 AI146131 / AI / NIAID NIH HHS / United States|
Development of a self-directed sinonasal surgical anatomy video curriculum: Phase 1 validation.
Eugene H. Chang, MD
Christopher Le, MD, FACS