- •We interviewed 24 expert debriefers from a variety of clinical backgrounds.
- •We explored their approach to video-assisted debriefing (VAD)- identifying 4
- ○How and when expert debriefers use VAD
- ○Impact of audiovisual systems
- ○Educational approaches to VAD
- ○Balancing benefits and challenges when using VAD
- •Expert debriefers consider VAD an adjunct to facilitation of the debriefing.
- •Expert debriefers adapted the VAD in their practices according to given contexts.
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