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The Debrief2Learn Podcast brings together debriefing experts from around the world to discuss the latest literature in feedback, simulation, and debriefing.

The Debrief2Learn Podcast brings together debriefing experts from around the world to discuss the latest literature in feedback, simulation, and debriefing.
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The Debrief2Learn Podcast brings together debriefing experts from around the world to discuss the latest literature in feedback, simulation, and debriefing.

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English


Episodes

E010: Team Reflexivity

7/24/2017
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During this podcast, Walter interviews Jan Schmutz, PhD, a team psychologist and researcher from ETH Zurich in Switzerland. They discuss their recent paper in Academic Medicine in which they present a novel conceptual framework for team reflexivity (TR) in healthcare, and how TR can impact both patient care and learning. TR refers to how teams reflect together about goals, processes, and strategies to improve current and future performance. While team reflection after an event--i.e....

Duration:00:23:23

E009: NASA debriefing methods

6/28/2017
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In this podcast, Lou Halamek shares his experiences during visits to NASA where he sat in on simulations and debriefings. Lou and Adam discuss how NASA style debriefings can help to improve performance, and highlight how this method of debriefing differs from traditional methods of healthcare simulation debriefing.

Duration:00:17:53

E008: Data-Driven Clinical Debriefing

6/6/2017
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In this podcast, Vinay Nadkarni joins Adam Cheng to discuss clinical debriefing and the importance of quantitative data to inform the debriefing process. Dr. Nadkarni reflects on the robust post-cardiac arrest debriefing program that has been established in his own institution, and discusses the key ingredients for improving patient outcomes. References 1. Edelson D, Litzinger B, Arora V, et al. Improving in-hospital cardiac arrest process and outcomes with performance debriefing. Arch...

Duration:00:08:58

E007: In-situ Simulation

5/10/2017
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In-situ simulation was long thought to be the place where simulation had to take place if you weren’t lucky enough to have a dedicated center. It is often fraught with the difficulties of scheduling at inconvenient times for the learners and the frequency of last-minute cancellations based on shifting space and learner availabilities. There are also several key safety considerations with the blending of real and simulated equipment. However, there has also been emerging recognition of the...

Duration:00:14:42

E006 - Faculty Development

3/29/2017
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In this pod cast, debrief2learn editors Vincent Grant and Adam Cheng interview Mary Fey regarding issues related to the faculty development of simulation educators. Mary shares the results of her PhD work on debriefing faculty development, and shares novel ideas for how to teach debriefing skills to the next generation of simulation educators. References 1. Cheng A, Grant V, Dieckmann P, Arora S, Robinson T, Eppich W. Faculty Development for Simulation Programs. Simulation in Healthcare:...

Duration:00:10:08

E005: Clinical Debriefing

3/15/2017
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In this episode, Jen Arnold (@JenArnoldMD) shares her experiences with implementing a clinical debriefing program, with foundational elements drawn from the local simulation program. Challenges and practical tips are provided for those looking to integrate debriefing as part of clinical care. Recent articles by Kessler et al and Mullan et al provide further detail on how to achieve success with clinical debriefing programs.

Duration:00:10:35

E004: Building a safe container for learning

2/28/2017
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In this podcast, Jenny and Adam outline the pre-briefing and debriefing moves educators can use to build a psychologically safe environment or "safe container" for learning. Jenny notes that psychological safety is absolutely essential in simulation because healthcare providers are putting their identity as a clinician up for critique. Consistently building a "safe container" is key because it is not how safe the facilitator believes the learners are that is important, but how safe the...

Duration:00:10:40

E003: Circular questions in debriefing

2/14/2017
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In this podcast, Walter Eppich and Michaela Kolbe talk about the use of circular questions in debriefing healthcare teams. As a psychologist and family therapist, Michaela used circular questions to promote perspective taking and reflection about family interactions. In this podcast, Michaela explains how she adapted this approach for healthcare debriefing and provides multiple examples. She also discusses an article she and her team wrote entitled: "How to debrief teamwork interactions:...

Duration:00:12:56

E002: Blended approaches to debriefing

1/31/2017
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In this podcast, Walter Eppich and Michaela Kolbe speak about blended debriefing strategies. Rather than using a single approach, Walter and and Michaela explore complementary blended debriefing approaches based on their papers on this topic (1,2), which allows debriefers to adapt their debriefing approaches based on their skills and other factors such as debriefing location, learner group, available time, etc. Several other studies are discussed (3-5). References 1. Kolbe M, Weiss M,...

Duration:00:18:31

E001: Debriefing on Demand

9/26/2016
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In the first episode of the Debrief2Learn podcast, Vince Grant, Adam Cheng, Brent Thoma, and Walter Eppich discuss the paper "Debriefing-on-Demand”: A Pilot Assessment of Using a “Pause Button” in Medical Simulation" which was recently published in Simulation in Healthcare. Reference: McMullen M, Wilson R, Fleming M, Mark D, Sydor D, Wang L, Zamora J, Phelan R, Burjorjee JE. “Debriefing-on-Demand”: A Pilot Assessment of Using a “Pause Button” in Medical Simulation. Simulation in...

Duration:00:20:39