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Debriefing: An Expert Panel's How-to Guide

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      Linked Article

      • Accuracy of Postresuscitation Team Debriefings in a Pediatric Emergency Department
        Annals of Emergency MedicineVol. 70Issue 3
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          Guideline committees recommend postresuscitation debriefings to improve performance. “Hot” postresuscitation debriefings occur immediately after the event and rely on team recall. We assessed the ability of resuscitation teams to recall their performance in team-based, hot debriefings in a pediatric emergency department (ED), using video review as the criterion standard. We hypothesized that debriefing accuracy will improve during the course of the study.
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