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debrief

i. A review, carried out on the ground after the flight or sortie, of events or procedures during the flight.
ii. To interrogate aircrew after the mission to obtain maximum useful information.
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Throughout the Debrief, the PyeongChang Organizing Committee (POCOG) contributed its expertise on how Olympic Agenda 2020 helped it deliver an iconic sporting event that will offer long-lasting benefits to the region, which include a new express highway, a high-speed railway, sold-out Olympic villages, new hotels and venues that will be used for both sporting and cultural activities.
We partition what's needed into three main sections: before, during, and after a team debrief, offering 10 best practices from the research on debriefing.
For example, quantitative questions asked students to identify what clinical course they were in when the death of the patient occurred and whether they were debriefed following the death.
"So this meeting gives us a great opportunity to speak with the players, give a thorough debrief from the last two games and share our thoughts on planning for the Euros in the summer."
Arif Ahmed Khan, Secretary, Ministry of Climate Change, was the chief guest at the occasion while Hina Lotia, Director Programmes, LEAD Pakistan, highlighted the objectives of debrief and the deliberations.
Debrief Checklist Surgeon * Procedures performed * Verify specimens * Verify implants * What went right * What went wrong * Concerns Anesthesia * Verify postop plan * Concerns Nurse/Technician * Counts correct * Wound classification * Medications * Concerns * Complete debrief tool Compliance with the TeamSTEPPS process is defined as adherence to the process from the morning Brief to Debrief survey completion on all regularly scheduled cases.
Of the team debrief, Rosberg said: "It was very intense after the race, but we had a very good sit-down and a good discussion.
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.
STANDARD: Debrief a person just returned from a foreign country.
I know what you're thinking--we already review everything that happens during a mission in the debrief. ASAP can supplement the time-honored debrief by sharing potential mishap precursors beyond the briefing room walls, and facilitating an objective review of those potential hazards.
A British Swimming statement read: "British Swimming chief executive David Sparkes has held initial discussions with Olympic swimmer Becky Adlington to listen to concerns raised following this week's publication of the London 2012 performance debrief report.