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Videos for Psychiatric Education: Could Deidentification Technology Make it Possible to Use Video Recordings of Patients for Psychiatric Education?

The field of psychiatry has been limited in its use of patient videos for educational purposes because essential facial information must be obscured to protect patient privacy, confidentiality, and dignity. This article calls attention to emerging technologies for deidentification of patients in video recordings while still preserving facial expression. Fully anonymized videos could be used to augment the education of psychiatric residents and for continuing education of the psychiatric workforce. This article suggests projects that deidentification technology could make possible; it also outlines some complex problems that would need to be addressed before the field could use this potentially transformative technology.

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