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debrief

noun examine, gain information, gain knowlldge, get briefing, inquire, interrogate, investigate, quiz, scrutinize
Associated concepts: counterintelligence, espionage, interrogation, terrorism
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BACKGROUND The direct effect of debriefing on clinical reasoning is not well studied.
On the one hand, knowing that most first responders will not take advantage of voluntary services, it is tempting to mandate, at minimum, participation in a debriefing.
Second, there is interest in the literature on the necessity to structure debriefing sessions.
While we have focused on our traditional practice of debriefing and telling stories of our "close calls," other communities have focused on these events and have even developed a web-based tool for anonymous self reporting of close calls.
And, once the corresponding debriefing has been concluded, all the data collected (especially the video sequences) are deleted immediately, to ensure that due and full regard is paid to all data protection provisions.
Pearson and Smith (1994) describe the historical roots of debriefing as lying in military campaigns and war games, where structured reflection of experiences is used for experience-based learning.
The debriefing has the potential to devolve into a complaint session.
The specific medical condition, however, becomes somewhat secondary in this case because the training and the debriefing will focus on closed-loop communication.
He detonated the explosive shortly after his debriefing began.
The study described here outlines one such approach to supplement the traditional on-site observation and debriefing approach, which may assist in developing more effective, reflective practitioners within the existing format and resources of a teacher preparation program.
Our security plans are under way and we will deliver a secure Games," he told a press conference in London for the International Olympic Committee's debriefing of the Beijing 2008 Games.
Air Force officials said Friday--the day the winner was announced--a debriefing would be held on or about March 12.