Journal article

Expert Practice of Video-Assisted Debriefing: An Australian Qualitative Study

Kristian Krogh, Margaret Bearman, Debra Nestel

CLINICAL SIMULATION IN NURSING | ELSEVIER SCIENCE INC | Published : 2015

Abstract

Background: Debriefing is a significant component of simulation-based education. Video-assisted debriefing (VAD) refers to the use of audiovisual capture and review to support participants' learning after simulations. With technological advances, VAD is increasingly accessible. However, there are challenges associated with optimal use. We sought expert debriefers' views on their practices of VAD. Method: Expert debriefers who work with manikin-based immersive simulation were peer nominated by simulation education experts. Twenty-four debriefers participated in semistructured interviews. VAD inductively emerged as a significant category from transcripts. All extracts pertaining to VAD were ex..

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Grants

Awarded by Tryg Foundation (TrygFonden)


Awarded by Laerdal Foundation for Acute Medicine


Awarded by SkejSim


Awarded by Middle Region of Jutland's Health Scientific Research Fund


Funding Acknowledgements

The authors thank the Australian Simulation Educator and Technician/coordinator Training program (AusSETT) faculty for their support and insight in nominations of the expert debriefers who participated in this study. They also thank the Tryg Foundation (TrygFonden, grant #7-11-1189), the Laerdal Foundation for Acute Medicine (grant #30006), SkejSim (grant #1112231324601424372), and the Middle Region of Jutland's Health Scientific Research Fund (grant #1-30-72-114-10) for financial support of Kristian Krogh.