How to Make a Low Budget Training Video

Track: 60 Minute Podium

Session Number: 102
Date: Wed, Apr 24th, 2019
Time: 3:45 PM - 4:45 PM

Description:

Hogan, D., et al., Video-based Education to Reduce Distress and Improve Understanding among Pediatric MRI Patients: A Randomized Controlled Study, Journal of Pediatric Nursing (2018), https://doi.org/10.1016/j.pedn.2018.01.005

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Fisher, N., Kaplan, D., Egol, K., Suggested Tips and Tricks to Enhance Surgical Video Production. Journal of Ortho Trauma (2017) 31; 8S

Stringer, B., et al., Hands-Free Technique in the Operating Room: Reduction in Body Fluid Exposure and the Value of a Training Video, Public Health Reports (2009), 124S


Session Type: Education

Session Description: This presentation is designed to outline the process of successfully producing a training video from conception to finished product. Examples of a low budget patient education video and a low budget staff education video will be used to demonstrate key aspects of video production
Primary Presenter Bio: Cheryl has been a pediatric nurse at Phoenix Children's Hospital for over 25 years. During that time she worked in several specialties including hematology, oncology, ICU and the operating room. She is currently an educator in Perioperative Services. She has produced 5 training videos for both patients and their families, and clinical staff.
Primary Presenter Institution: Phoenix Children's Hospital
Presenter 2 Institution: Phoenix Children's Hospital
Presenter 2 Bio: Theresa has been in Clinical Practice for 22 years, with extensive experience in all clinical areas including 10 years PICU bedside nursing experience and as a Clinical Education Specialist for PICU 6 years. She participated in development of a critical care foundation program, on-boarding of critical care staff, develop tools for education for new and existing staff, and assist in policy revisions and competency evaluation. She has been a Clinical Liaison between Oncology/Hematology/Bone Marrow Transplant and PICU providing staff development and assisting in resolution of care issues. She has partnered to produce 2 educational videos for the PICU nursing staff
Session Type: Education

Session Description: This presentation is designed to outline the process of successfully producing a training video from conception to finished product. Examples of a low budget patient education video and a low budget staff education video will be used to demonstrate key aspects of video production
Primary Presenter Bio: Cheryl has been a pediatric nurse at Phoenix Children's Hospital for over 25 years. During that time she worked in several specialties including hematology, oncology, ICU and the operating room. She is currently an educator in Perioperative Services. She has produced 5 training videos for both patients and their families, and clinical staff.
Primary Presenter Institution: Phoenix Children's Hospital
Presenter 2 Institution: Phoenix Children's Hospital
Presenter 2 Bio: Theresa has been in Clinical Practice for 22 years, with extensive experience in all clinical areas including 10 years PICU bedside nursing experience and as a Clinical Education Specialist for PICU 6 years. She participated in development of a critical care foundation program, on-boarding of critical care staff, develop tools for education for new and existing staff, and assist in policy revisions and competency evaluation. She has been a Clinical Liaison between Oncology/Hematology/Bone Marrow Transplant and PICU providing staff development and assisting in resolution of care issues. She has partnered to produce 2 educational videos for the PICU nursing staff