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Process developed for making healthcare training videos

May 14, 2014

Dr. Dawn Stacey, a Registered Nurse, has published a paper in the Journal of Interprofessional Care that looks at how to develop a systematic approach to creating training videos to improve shared decision making among health-care professionals. The systematic approach involved everything from deciding on relevant content to drafting a script and evaluating the completed video. The video development process resulted in a product that was true-to-life and improved knowledge among health-care workers. This process could be used to create videos in a variety of health-care contexts. Read more.

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