Conference Year

2016

Hospital/Entity

Baptist Health South Florida - Corporate

Category of Abstract

Evidence Based Practice

Presentation Title

Immediate Debriefing in Simulation: A Mobile Video Playback System

Abstract

Mariner’s hospital (MH) initiated high-fidelity simulation for emergency mock code scenarios in 2012. Debriefing is an essential component in conjunction to healthcare simulation for advancing and promoting positive patient outcomes (Levett-Jones and Lapkin, 2014). Debriefing allows the trainees to discuss education and validate competency through interactive collaborative discussion (McGaghie, Issenberg, Petrusa, & Scalese, 2010). As a result of having a limited simulation environment when conducting a simulation session there was not an efficient method to provide immediate playback video debriefing instead an oral method of debriefing was completed. Video playback debriefing provides exact descriptive representation of simulation point (Arafeh, Hansen, & Nichols, 2010)

Objective of Presentation

Promote competency, inter-professional collaboration, while using technology in a limited resource environment.

Summary of Presentation

Video recording along with video playback debriefing was implemented in 100% of the interdepartmental nursing and respiratory staff emergency mock code simulation competency sessions. This ensured an objective view of the performance of the staff. This also provided a precise view of opportunities for improvement in which all participants where able to view and collaborate together. The participants verbalized positive verbal feedback to the simulation team to continue the video-playback debriefing method.

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Immediate Debriefing in Simulation: A Mobile Video Playback System

Mariner’s hospital (MH) initiated high-fidelity simulation for emergency mock code scenarios in 2012. Debriefing is an essential component in conjunction to healthcare simulation for advancing and promoting positive patient outcomes (Levett-Jones and Lapkin, 2014). Debriefing allows the trainees to discuss education and validate competency through interactive collaborative discussion (McGaghie, Issenberg, Petrusa, & Scalese, 2010). As a result of having a limited simulation environment when conducting a simulation session there was not an efficient method to provide immediate playback video debriefing instead an oral method of debriefing was completed. Video playback debriefing provides exact descriptive representation of simulation point (Arafeh, Hansen, & Nichols, 2010)