Christopher J. Warren's research while affiliated with Mayo Foundation for Medical Education and Research and other places

Publications (19)

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Introduction Penile Prosthesis (IPP) is an effective treatment for men with ED that significantly improves quality of life but is likely being underutilized in men who were treated for prostate cancer (Pca). Objective To better characterize the utilization of IPP treatment after Pca therapy, we explored the relationship between timing of ED diagno...
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Objective : To examine stakeholder perspectives regarding the lack of in-person externships and transition to a virtual urology residency interview format. The unprecedented disruption from the COVID-19 pandemic forced an abrupt pivot to a “virtual” Urology Match for the 2021 cycle. We aim for our study to inform ongoing deliberations on the future...
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Introduction YouTube is an unregulated platform that patients are using to learn about treatment options. Aim To assess the reliability of YouTube videos (YTVs) related to male hypogonadism and testosterone therapy. Methods Searching on YouTube by relevance and view count, we analyzed the top 10 videos (80 videos total) for the following search t...
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Introduction YouTube is the most used social media website, and there is a growing body of literature examining the reliability of healthcare information on this platform. Patients seeking men’s health information may be more likely to use YouTube owing to the sensitivity of these issues. Objectives The objective of this study is to review the lit...
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Objectives Matching to an otolaryngology residency program is a competitive process for medical students, and research performed by students is considered as a factor for granting interviews by program directors. Because abstracts, presentations and publications are all reported in combination by the National Resident Matching Program’s “Charting O...
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Objective To evaluate the number of PubMed-indexed research projects of medical students matching at top-ranked urology programs as compared to the average publications reported in the Electronic Residency Applicant Service (ERAS). Methods Doximity Residency Navigator was used to generate the top 50 residency programs when sorted by reputation. Re...
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The List of Excluded Individuals and Entities (LEIE) is a federally updated and available list of providers who have been excluded from participating from federal healthcare programs. With over 40 year’s worth of exclusion history, we were able to isolate and identify otolaryngologists who were excluded and the most common cause, albeit exceptional...
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The epicenter of the COVID-19 crisis since March 17, 2020-the New York metropolitan area-is home to some of the largest Latino immigrant communities in the nation. These communities have long faced barriers to health care access, challenges due to immigration status, and financial and labor instability. The COVID-19 pandemic has aggravated these ex...
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The epicenter of the COVID-19 crisis since March 17, 2020-the New York metropolitan area-is home to some of the largest Latino immigrant communities in the nation. These communities have long faced barriers to health care access, challenges due to immigration status, and financial and labor instability. The COVID-19 pandemic has aggravated these ex...
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Objective This study evaluated the quality of YouTube content focusing on common paediatric otolaryngology procedures, as this content can influence the opinions and medical decisions of patients. Methods A total of 120 YouTube videos were compiled to review using the terms ‘adenoid removal’, ‘adenoidectomy’, ‘ear tubes’, ‘tympanostomy’, ‘tonsil r...
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Eccrine porocarcinoma (EPC) is a rare, malignant tumour of the eccrine sweat glands. It was first described as “epidermotropic eccrine carcinoma” in 1963 by Pinkus and Mehregan. EPC represents 0.005% to 0.01% of cutaneous tumours, but it is one of the most common malignant cutaneous adnexal tumours.2 Studies have been limited due to its rarity, and...

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... In general, videos from professional sources with medical expertise generated a lower level of user interaction compared with sources without medical expertise. These contrasts in popularity-driven measures indicate that videos from professional sources are surprisingly less popular than videos from laypersons (15,16). This indicates that medical expertise generates a lower level of user interaction relative to non-medical sources, which might be due to the use of technical terms that might not be understood by the general population. ...
... İnternet tabanlı video paylaşım sitelerinden olan YouTube'yi (Alphabet, Mountain View, CA) her ay milyonlarca kişi ziyaret etmektedir. Bu platform üzerinden her gün yüzlerce video paylaşılmakta ve bu videoların içerisinde sağlıkla ilgili bilgi içeren videolar da bulunmaktadır (3,4). ...
... Anyone easily uploads every kind of health-related content on YouTube uncontrolled, cost-free, and unaudited manner. According to research by Warren et al., most YouTube content directly connected to men's health is unreliable, and reliable videos are not seen more frequently than unreliable ones (10). Similarly, in this study, it was seen that videos with low-quality content had higher viewing rates. ...
... [23][24][25] Vulvar melanoma accounts for 6% to 10% of vulvar malignancies and only about 3% of all melanomas. [26][27][28] An analysis of the National Cancer Database showed that melanoma in situ is less frequent than vulvar melanoma, with a median age at diagnosis of 63 and 66 years, respectively. 29 Molecular etiology VHSIL is the precursor of HPV-related invasive carcinoma and it is caused by high-risk HPVs (HPV 16 in >70% of cases), 16 30 with smoking and immunosuppression as additional risk factors. ...
... En distintas oportunidades se ha discutido que el médico moderno, el cual debe apoyarse en la medicina basada en la evidencia, y por ende en la medicina académica, necesita desarrollar de manera obligatoria habilidades en investigación que impulsen su capacidad resolutiva en la práctica asistencial (2). La investigación médico-estudiantil, uno de los pilares de la medicina académica (3), ha obtenido resultados significativos en países de altos ingresos, con programas curriculares mixtos que facilitan la interacción del estudiante de medicina con los distintos tipos de investigación biomédica, la materialización de trabajos de investigación y la difusión del conocimiento especializado (4,5). ...
... Previous studies of other residency programs in neurological surgery, otolaryngology, and plastic surgery have used bibliometric analyses to clarify applicants' research productivity. [8][9][10][11] Although some bibliometric analyses have been used in radiation oncology, those analyses focused on either departmental research productivity 12 or residents' research productivity during and after their residency. 13 Here we sought to specifically assess the importance of peer-reviewed research published before the residency application process in matching to radiation oncology residencies in the United States. ...
... 34 35 Under such circumstances, society is demanding more social responsibility and appropriate behaviour from healthcare professionals, along with a reorganisation of the healthcare delivery system. [36][37][38][39][40] The findings in the present study showed that social responsibility had a significant association with COVID-19 preventive behaviour, and thus, consideration of social responsibility when delivering education could be a practical strategy for strengthening disaster response competencies. Given the positive relationship between social responsibility and the volunteer experiences of nursing students in the current study, service-learning programmes with various vulnerable populations are recommended for nursing students. ...
... 5 Daha önceki çalışmalarda gastroözefagial reflü, sistemik lupus eritematozus, benign prostat hiperplazisi, Çölyak hastalığı, Human Papilloma virüsü aşısı, eklem hastalıkları, adenotonsillektomi gibi pek çok tıbbi başlık hakkında olan videoların tıbbi bilgi içerikleri değerlendirilmişti. [6][7][8][9][10][11][12] Astımla ilgili çok sayıda video olup, hastalar tarafından bilgi kaynağı olarak kullanılmaktadır ancak literatürde bu videoların içeriklerinin sağlık profesyonelleri tarafından değerlendirildiği sadece bir çalışma mevcuttur. 3 Çalışmamızda ülkemizde de sıklıkla bilgi kaynağı olarak kullanılan Youtube platformunda astımla ilgili Türkçe videoların tıbbi içeriklerini analiz ederek videoların eğitim kalitesini değerlendirmek amaçlanmıştır, bu konuda ülkemizde yapılan ilk çalışma olma özelliğini taşımaktadır. ...
... Porocarcinoma is one of the most frequently occurring cutaneous adnexal carcinomas, 1,2 and carries an estimated risk of metastasis at presentation ranging from 8.1% to 31%. 3,4 The 5-year overall survival for porocarcinoma is 68.8%, reducing to 54.3% at 10 years, based on 611 patients with porocarcinoma in US National Cancer Database registry data. 3 Disease-specific death is estimated to be 8-11% in smaller series. ...
... Though not all videos performed well; the video "Movember & why you should support men's health" was part of an educational campaign and did not receive as many lifetime views as the other 5 videos. A recent study by Warren and colleagues showed that YouTube videos featuring physicians were of significantly higher quality and less biased, but had lower viewership compared to videos not featuring a physician (9). Despite prior evidence suggesting content disseminated by physicians has its challenges in reaching successful viewership, our data demonstrate that streaming videos created by an academic health system can have prodigious reach, though not all content may be equivalently successful in achieving high viewership numbers. ...