Debriefing after Simulation : Guidelines for Faculty and Students

@inproceedings{Pivec2013DebriefingAS,
  title={Debriefing after Simulation : Guidelines for Faculty and Students},
  author={Cynthia Renee Johnson Pivec},
  year={2013}
}
  • Cynthia Renee Johnson Pivec
  • Published 2013
Debriefing is an essential component of simulation that is used in nursing education. It can be defined as an activity that follows a simulation experience that is led by a facilitator where feedback is provided on the participants’ performance, all aspects of the simulation activities are discussed, and reflective thinking is encouraged. The review of the literature identifies significant learning occurs through discussion and reflection during debriefing. The literature also illustrates the… CONTINUE READING

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