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debriefing

 [de-brēf´ing]
in health care research, informing the subjects of a study of the purpose of the study and the results that were obtained after the study is completed.
critical debriefing a conference or discussion held after an intense event or catastrophe; all aspects of the event are discussed and analyzed.

debrief

(de?bref')
To question carefully and thoroughly a person, crew, or staff after completion of an operation in order to find out how successful the operation was and how to improve future operations. debriefing (?bref'ing)
See: brief
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If formal debriefing is impossible, less formal discussions may prove beneficial.
In order to select the business game, criteria were initially adopted from the structural aspects of business games (Teach, 1990; Lacruz, 2004): manual, simulation, professor, team, duration, competition, feedback and debriefing.
In the Mitchell debriefing model, within one week of a critical incident, a group is led through seven straightforward, structured stages in a single session, lasting between one and three hours.
Even if you heard Kris speak on debriefing for the Debra Spunt Lecture at the 2014 NLN Education Summit, I recommend that you revisit her remarkable presentation.
In nursing education, nursing students routinely receive debriefing when encountering the death of a patient in a simulation lab.
2) A week or two later the EAP could offer voluntary groups, similar to Critical Incident Debriefings, to allow participants to talk about the impact of the situation on them personally and obtain more information.
Lapp's research focused on students receiving instruction (which was, after all, when she was present to introduce the concept of the post-flight debrief and judge the results), she notes in the Flight Training article she created the form originally to reinforce her own need for post-flight debriefings as a certificated and active pilot, and has told me several times her intent is for pilots to use the form as a self-debriefing tool.
Some reports written by detectives after debriefing sessions noted whether a prisoner attended mosque, celebrated Muslim holidays or had made a pilgrimage to Mecca.
Miller said the historic technique of debriefing prisoners, now being applied to counter terrorism, had been effective.
They came together to accomplish the goal at hand, and during the debriefing session, we all found out how.
Your debriefing should last 15 minutes and use current military symbols and terminology to receive a "GO.
To achieve this, a teaching intervention combining high-fidelity simulation (HFS) and reflective debriefing was developed and pilot-tested.