High Fidelity Case-based Simulation Debriefing: Everything You Need to Know

Authors

  • Danielle Hart MD,

    1. From the Department of Emergency Medicine, Hennepin County Medical Center (DH, SJ), Minneapolis, MN; the Department of Emergency Medicine, University of Minnesota (MAM), Minneapolis MN; the Department of Emergency Medicine, Drexel University (SG), Philadelphia, PA; and the Department of Emergency Medicine, Brigham & Women’s Hospital (KB), Boston, MA.
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  • Mary Ann McNeil MA,

    1. From the Department of Emergency Medicine, Hennepin County Medical Center (DH, SJ), Minneapolis, MN; the Department of Emergency Medicine, University of Minnesota (MAM), Minneapolis MN; the Department of Emergency Medicine, Drexel University (SG), Philadelphia, PA; and the Department of Emergency Medicine, Brigham & Women’s Hospital (KB), Boston, MA.
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  • Sharon Griswold-Theodorson MD,

    1. From the Department of Emergency Medicine, Hennepin County Medical Center (DH, SJ), Minneapolis, MN; the Department of Emergency Medicine, University of Minnesota (MAM), Minneapolis MN; the Department of Emergency Medicine, Drexel University (SG), Philadelphia, PA; and the Department of Emergency Medicine, Brigham & Women’s Hospital (KB), Boston, MA.
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  • Kriti Bhatia MD,

    1. From the Department of Emergency Medicine, Hennepin County Medical Center (DH, SJ), Minneapolis, MN; the Department of Emergency Medicine, University of Minnesota (MAM), Minneapolis MN; the Department of Emergency Medicine, Drexel University (SG), Philadelphia, PA; and the Department of Emergency Medicine, Brigham & Women’s Hospital (KB), Boston, MA.
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  • Scott Joing MD

    1. From the Department of Emergency Medicine, Hennepin County Medical Center (DH, SJ), Minneapolis, MN; the Department of Emergency Medicine, University of Minnesota (MAM), Minneapolis MN; the Department of Emergency Medicine, Drexel University (SG), Philadelphia, PA; and the Department of Emergency Medicine, Brigham & Women’s Hospital (KB), Boston, MA.
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  • The authors have no relevant financial information or potential conflicts of interest to disclose.

  • Supervising Editor: John Burton, MD.

Address for correspondence and reprints: Danielle Hart, MD; e-mail: hartd000@gmail.com.

Abstract

ACADEMIC EMERGENCY MEDICINE 2012; 19: 1084–1085 © 2012 by the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine

Abstract

In this 30-minute talk, the authors take an in-depth look at how to debrief high-fidelity case-based simulation sessions, including discussion on debriefing theory, goals, approaches, and structure, as well as ways to create a supportive and safe learning environment, resulting in successful small group learning and self-reflection. Emphasis is placed on the “debriefing with good judgment” approach. Video clips of sample debriefing attempts, highlighting the “dos and don’ts” of simulation debriefing, are included. The goal of this talk is to provide you with the necessary tools and information to develop a successful and effective debriefing approach. There is a bibliography and a quick reference guide in Data Supplements S1 and S2 (available as supporting information in the online version of this paper).

The video is located here: https://vimeo.com/33991081

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