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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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Furthermore, this use holds the promise of richer learning by enabling trainees to not only review their own actions and strategies, but also compare and contrast them with those of their colleagues during a group debrief discussion.
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
However, since our experience is mostly anecdotal, we plan to implement an outcome measure or tool to systematically evaluate team members' attitudes and perceptions of ethics debrief sessions.
Multiple searches were conducted using strategies appropriate for each database, with combinations of keywords that included: debrief, learning, formative feedback, formative assessment, facilitated feedback, experiential learning and nursing.
For example, the experienced student Soldier fresh from an Iraq deployment assists the newly hired DIA student preparing for a debrief session on Iraqi atmospheric or human terrain issues.
But we have to allow sufficient time for internal agencies to do debriefs.
The brief correlates data from MIRs, Naval Safety Center surveys at more than 40 commands, Cultural Workshops at more than 60 aviation units, SSWG meetings, ASC briefings at Monterey, the IG report on naval aviation spares and readiness, and debriefs after ORM immersion training.
ICADS allows live controllers to communicate with pilots, control simulated threats and record the data for aircrew debriefs.
The Deployable Ground Stations will include Cubic's new Individual Combat Aircrew Display System (ICADS), which allows pilots to debrief training missions on commercially available PCs or laptop computers in a user-friendly Windows environment.
The system also includes a removable digital recorder that allows aircrews to debrief on the ICADS-based ground stations.
The debriefs provide complete training mission reconstruction after the exercises at five training locations throughout Taiwan.
Now operational at Nellis Air Force Base for Red Flag exercises, ICADS is the first system of its kind that enables pilots to cost-effectively and conveniently monitor, debrief and control air combat missions on commercially available PCs.