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incident

1. a relatively insignificant event that might have serious consequences, esp in international politics
2. a public disturbance
3. (esp of a beam of light or particles) arriving at or striking a surface

Incident

Subordinate to the whole scheme, but used to give points of reference along the way, and temporarily create interest.

incident

An occurrence other than an accident associated with the operation of an aircraft, which affects or could affect the safety of operation (ICAO).
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Everly and Mitchell (2005) delineated seven steps to a good critical incident debriefing (see Table 1).
Mission Statement," International Critical Incident Stress Foundation, <http://www.
Mentzer is a member of his department's Critical Incident Stress Management Team.
Multivariate analyses found that these effects were independent of, and larger than, the effects of cumulative critical incident exposure.
4% of all incidents) reported that occurred as a direct consequence of or contributed to by a critical incident.
We now put forth the use of critical incident analysis as a strategy to raise the active racial/cultural awareness of students and faculty in counselor training programs.
The method chosen for data collection was a modified form of critical incident technique developed by John Flanagan (1954).
Radford has used critical incident technique in her studies of reference encounters.
A qualitative research design utilizing the critical incident technique was used to identify effective critical incidents of individuals' decision to enter the teacher education program.
The MSP provides various training to CAUTION volunteers, some which includes courses in critical incident defusing/debriefing, security in places of worship, responding with law enforcement in a crisis, avoiding caregiver burnout and clergys role at a critical incident scene.
Flanagan (1954) coined the term critical incident technique (CIT) and used it to conduct "direct observations of human behavior in such a way as to facilitate their potential usefulness in solving practical problems and developing broad psychological principles" (p.

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