Pragmatic Debriefing with Emotional Surveillance (1090-004157)
CE Hours: 1.50 Session Type: Prerecorded Educational Courses
Learning Objective 1:
Describe the relationship and purpose of briefing, simulation, pragmatic debriefing, engagement and high reliability principles
Learning Objective 2:
Implement pragmatic debriefing using the Discovery, Learning and Application stages of debriefing
Learning Objective 3:
Develop a plan for emotional surveillance during simulation activities using the Simulation Psychological Safety Algorithm (Henricksen, 2017)
This course focuses on a detailed aspect of the topic.
What makes briefing, simulation and debriefing so powerful? Briefing gives context for achieving participant engagement and the simulation experience bridges the gap between theory and practice. Debriefing interprets participant actions and gives meaning to the experience. During the whole simulation training event emotional surveillance is also needed to optimize psychological safety. This presentation describes plans on how to make this happen.