Nursing Education

Sharpening Technical Nursing Skills With Student Videos

A webinar featuring Dr. Victoria Davis and Dr. Shelli Gibbs from the University of South Carolina

Looking for a more effective way to prepare nursing students for skills check-offs?

Dr. Victoria Davis and Dr. Shelli Gibbs, Clinical Assistant Professors at the University of South Carolina, began using video + feedback to help students practice and improve their technical nursing skills. As a result, their students quickly mastered important psychomotor skills.

In this free recorded webinar, you’ll learn:

  • Why USC began using video for skills in their nursing program
  • The benefits of combining video + feedback to develop nursing skills
  • How video can be used to prepare students for the head-to-toe assessment

About Dr. Victoria Davis

Dr. Victoria Davis is a Clinical Assistant Professor with the University of South Carolina College of Nursing and practices as a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner. She has been a nurse educator since 2015 and teaches in didactic, clinical, and simulation settings across the undergraduate and graduate nursing programs.

About Dr. Shelli Gibbs

Dr. Shelli Gibbs is a Clinical Assistant Professor and Assistant Director of the Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP) Program with the University of South Carolina College of Nursing. She teaches in the undergraduate and graduate nursing programs and incorporates simulation experiences in many of her courses. Dr. Gibbs received the USC College of Nursing Innovative award for the use of i-robots for FNP students and undergraduate students in simulation.

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