Debriefing is where the learning happens in simulation. This lesson provides a basic overview of debriefing, considerations in debriefing, and some examples of techniques used in debriefing. It is not meant to be comprehensive but will familiarize a novice debriefer to the role and responsibility of a debriefer.
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Authors: Suzan Kardong-Edgren, PhD, RN, ANEF, CHSE, FSSH, FAAN; Chia-Ju Chiu, PhD, PT; and Debra Liner, BA, PMP
Audience: Beginners, Instructors, Clinical Educators, and Professors
Run time: 20 minutes
CEUs: Not Available
Upon completing this lesson, the learner will be able to…
- Describe considerations for the debriefing space.
- Discuss why debriefing is necessary.
- Discuss different methods of debriefing for different levels of learners.
- Recognize good and bad debriefing behaviors.