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debriefing

[dē′brēf·iŋ]
(aerospace engineering)
The relating of factual information by a flight crew at the termination of a flight, consisting of flight weather encountered, the condition of the aircraft, or facilities along the airways or at the airports.
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CONCLUSION Nursing students who had the DML debriefing scored significantly higher in their clinical reasoning than nursing students who had usual and customary debriefing.
We wanted to offer Critical Incident Debriefings to police and other city employees but quickly found that even gathering the officers and employees for on-site debriefings presented a challenge.
Third, debriefing should last at least two to three times longer than the clinical scenario (Waxman, 2010).
The new CEFAsim technology makes flight training debriefings more efficient, more effective and more successful; and by adopting it in its A320 simulator SAT is further cementing its leading position as a top address for quality, innovative and professional pilot training.
The aim of this review was to examine this area of practice, focusing on the experience of debriefing and whether the health visitor, by the use of listening skills, can enable the mother to move forward from sometimes traumatic deliveries to develop emotionally healthy relationships with their infants.
The ones that benefit most from a debriefing are the ones that linger with staff--those that leave them disagreeing with each other or feeling like they didn't do "right" by themselves or their professions.
We also like running a scenario, debriefing the trainees, and then immediately running it again to reinforce the learning points reviewed during the debriefing.
Last night, one former senior intelligence official said the biggest question was why so many people were present for the debriefing.
Moore (1988), in one of the earliest studies incorporating video technology with teacher supervision, used videotaped lessons of a student teacher's classroom as a tool for debriefing between the teacher and supervisor, and concluded that it is imperative that the lesson be cooperatively analyzed by both parties--that is, viewed, analyzed, and reflected upon together--in order to be an effective tool for pedagogical development.
Kinchin discusses Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and psychological debriefing techniques used to prevent the development of PTSD.
Administering individual debriefing, group debriefing, or pharmacologic interventions immediately after a traumatic event appears to offer little benefit in preventing posttraumatic stress disorder, Dr.
The principal dashes past my office and orders phone calls to three district-level administrators to keep them apprised of unfolding events and to update them about an impending critical incident debriefing.