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Session Debriefing and Use of Recording

  • Shaye E. Krcil
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Part of the Comprehensive Healthcare Simulation book series (CHS)

Abstract

Debriefing is a key component of healthcare simulation, allowing adult learners to reflect on their actions and thinking and incorporate new knowledge into their future practice. Mobile simulation provides challenges and opportunities for effective debriefing and the use of audiovisual recording. This chapter will review the importance of debriefing and components of an effective debrief and then discuss potential approaches to challenges and opportunities encountered during mobile simulation. Benefits and drawbacks of audiovisual recording usage during mobile simulation debriefing will be considered.

Keywords

Debriefing Audiovisual Recording Feedback Simulation Reflection Critical thinking Knowledge Self-reflection 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Shaye E. Krcil
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  1. 1.Regional HealthRapid CityUSA

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