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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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It is also helpful for them to know that a debrief doesn't take long and that research shows that they improve team performance--so debriefing isn't some "feel good" HR program, but rather just a solid leadership practice.
Not only does this affect contractors' rights with respect to debriefing, but it also affects the deadline for filing a timely bid protest where debriefings were not previously required.
For the authors, participation in business games would promote learning, in line with the theoretical lens of experiential learning, provided that certain important operational parameters are assured, such as prior guidance, debriefing and the adoption of a passive role by the teacher.
In the case of the survivors in Marawi City siege, Bulalacao said no member of the elite Special Action Force (SAF) has suffered from such although they continuously undergo psychological debriefing and counseling.
The multiple perspective debriefing included the opportunity to provide verbal feedback to peers as a client and an observer, as well as to receive verbal feedback in the role of a student-therapist from peers and hands-on feedback from the course instructor.
Even in facilities that practice debriefing routinely, barriers stand in the way.
As we like to say here at the NLN, good debriefing doesn't just happen.
The authors' application of simulation-based learning with the addition of Collaborative Reflective Training (CRT) offers a new model for structuring debriefing processes, using techniques common in family therapy and psychology training.
The post-award debriefing of offerors is one of those opportunities, and can be a very valuable tool for companies seeking feedback on their proposals.
Although debriefing in simulation settings is routine in nursing education, debriefing does not routinely take place in clinical settings with nursing students after a patient has died.
"Beyond Debriefing: How to Address Responders' Emotional Health," Emergency Management magazine, 9/30/2013.