The use of video to communicate medical education is ubiquitous, most significantly in surgery. There is an ocean of surgical videos on youtube and surgical association websites, yet navigating through them to find the best examples of high quality content can be daunting. How can this be? The answer is that most of the videos of surgical procedures are not edited with education and design principles in mind. In this presentation, Paul Kelly and Jean Lin will lay out the founding principles which have guided the development of the Toronto Video Atlas of Surgery, one of the premiere sources of surgical video content on the web.
Paul Kelly is a Certified Medical Illustrator with 10 years of video editing experience. Since 2012 Paul has worked at the Toronto Video Atlas of Surgery as a Senior Biomedical Communications Specialist creating 3D animation-enhanced surgical teaching videos for hepato-pancreatico-biliary (HPB), multi-organ transplant (MOT), ObGyn and ENT surgical procedures. Jean Lin
Jean Lin is a senior biomedical communications specialist at Toronto Video Atlas of Surgery, where she works with clinicians to identify educational needs and create 3D-animation enhanced surgical videos in various surgical specialities. She specializes in visual storytelling and transforming complex medical information into digestible and engaging solutions in the form of animation, illustrations, interactive applications and websites. Jean has a M.Sc. in Biomedical Communications from the University of Toronto.