Date of Award
Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP)
Video capture of simulation provides observation from a wide-angle view. This study introduced a new technique, “patient-perspective” video capture, using a camera mounted into eyeglasses allowing learners to view their nonverbal and verbal communication through the patient’s eyes and to compare this to the wide-angle view. The participants (n = 29) were Nurse Practitioner students. The majority were female (93.2%), with a mean age of 36.8, SD = 12.31. The sample consisted of Millennials (65.6%), Generation Xers (13.8%), and Baby Boomers (20.7%). The average number of years of nursing practice was 9.89. Instruments measured demographics, five domains of patient-centered care (PCC), and participant’s comparison of wide-angle and patient-perspective video capture. Analysis revealed significant differences between age groups in post-video perceptions of PCC domains, Interest in Patient Agenda x2(2) = 7.183, p = 0.028, and Patient Involvement in Care x2(2) = 8.084, p = 0.018. Post hoc analysis for both domains indicated the significance was between Baby Boomers and Millennials (U = 16.500, z = -2.597, p = 0.009; U = 15.500, z = -2.653, p = 0.008, respectively). A significant difference was found between post-video perception of Patient Involvement in Care based on Years of Nursing Practice, x2(2) = 8.874, p = 0.012. Post hoc test indicated the significant difference was between nurses with 1 to 5 years and 6 to 10 years (U = 17.500, z = -2.441, p = 0.015), and nurses with 1 to 5 years of practice and 11 or more years (U = 15.500, z = -2.593, p = 0.010). Participants identified benefits of both video capture techniques but found patient-perspective video more insightful for provider communication. Patient-perspective video capture enhances the debriefing experience and the reflective process regarding patient-provider communication.
Hendry, Terri, "Try To See It My Way: Patient Perspective Video Capture Debriefing in Simulation" (2018). Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) Translational and Clinical Research Projects. 28.