Nursing Education

Video Assessment & Nursing Education: Raising the Bar for First-Year Nurses

A webinar featuring Patrick Luna from the University of Colorado

According to a recent study, “Only 23% of graduated nurses were able to demonstrate practice readiness.” Are your new graduates ready to take on the nursing profession?

Other studies have shown that personalized video feedback and observation improve the effectiveness of nursing skills. Patrick Luna, Senior Instructor of Clinical Teaching at the University of Colorado College of Nursing, shares how he improved nursing students’ competence and confidence with recorded video feedback.

In this free webinar, Patrick discusses:

  • How using video and feedback for nursing skill instruction translates into more competent, successful, and confident first-year nurses
  • How using video feedback reduces instructor workload
  • How using video feedback enriches debriefing outcomes

Patrick Luna, MSN, RN, CEN

Patrick Luna instructs undergraduate nursing students as a Senior Instructor of Clinical Teaching at the University of Colorado College of Nursing. He believes that preparing students for the realities of clinical practice begins with instilling awareness of the client experience, and encouraging self-reflection in how they can help achieve patient-centered care outcomes. Patrick has supported the foundational development of nursing students and entry-level nurses through his roles as a clinical instructor, faculty member, lecturer, and volunteer advocate. He works closely with community organizations to achieve goals aimed at supporting bedside nursing providers and fostering inclusive nursing cultures. Patrick is a registered nurse, certified in emergency nursing, with a background as a firefighter/paramedic. He currently has a bedside practice at University of Colorado Hospital assigned to the surgical/trauma ICU. He holds a master’s degree in nursing education from the University of Texas and is applying to a Ph.D. program at the University of Colorado.