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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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Promoting excellence and reflective learning in simulation (PEARLS): development and rationale for a blended approach to health care simulation debriefing. Simulation in Healthcare, 10, 106-115.
'The debriefing session is a platform provided by the Commission for Observers to discuss field experiences during the elections towards providing useful lessons for the conduct of future elections.
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. (3) You'll find these listed in Table 1.
Section 818 enhances that existing pilot program for "extended debriefings" by requiring a revision of the Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement to apply certain debriefing requirements across the department.
Although many studies suggest relationships between debriefing and learning (e.g.
We have counseling and psychological debriefing for officers who have family problems," Bulalacao said.
She said that findings are given at high-level debriefings where the government has an opportunity to give its side.
Search terms included experiential learning, learner-centered approach, self-directed learning, giving and receiving feedback, preparing for simulation, simulated learning, role playing, debriefing, and peer learning.
Debriefing, originally developed for soldiers in the military (Serwint, 2004), should be offered 24 to 72 hours after the death (Lawrence, 2010; Parris, 2012), and is defined as the discussion of "one's actions and reactions after the death of a patient" (Serwint 2004, p.