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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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Aside from family problems, Bulalacao said most of the cops who undergo psychological debriefing and counseling are those who experienced gun battles or warfare, who have monetary problems or physically sick.
But these debriefings are confidential," she also said.
Although most staff members feel debriefing is important, the majority of facilities do not routinely offer debriefing and do not have formal debriefing guidelines (Healy & Tyrrell, 2013; Ross-Adjie et al.
and simulation dynamics (such as simulation complexity, simulation duration, professor, debriefing, manual, method to evaluate the performance of simulated companies, method for selection of teams, etc.
The debriefing meeting was also attended by representatives from Ministry of Commerce, Foreign Affairs, Overseas Pakistanis and Human Resource Development, Climate Change, Human Rights, National Accountability Bureau (NAB) and Anti-Narcotics Division.
Paediatric nurses rank sudden infant death syndrome as an event sufficient to warrant debriefing, (2) whereas emergency department nurses rate workplace violence and multi trauma as significant work stressors.
Mary is co-author of the Standard of Best Practice for Simulation: Standard VI, The Debriefing Process and Standard IX, Simulation Design.
Despite students' reporting the death experience as emotionally stressful, debriefing from the clinical instructor or from nursing staff after the student experienced a patient death was absent in 50 percent of the situations.
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.
Deradicalisation and debriefing processes have been undertaken by British spies since before the First World War - but this is different.
Your briefing also can be very structured, with a personalized debriefing form and lists of the myriad tasks you performed or planned, plus a scoring mechanism to fairly and objectively judge your performance.
But the continuing work of the debriefing team shows that the department has not backed away from other counterterrorism initiatives that it created in the years after the Sept.