debriefing


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de·brief·ing

 (dē-brē′fĭng)
n.
1. The act or process of debriefing or of being debriefed.
2. The information imparted during the process of being debriefed.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.debriefing - report of a mission or task
interrogatory, examination, interrogation - formal systematic questioning
report, account - the act of informing by verbal report; "he heard reports that they were causing trouble"; "by all accounts they were a happy couple"
Translations
réunion-bilan

debriefing

[ˌdiːˈbriːfɪŋ] Ninforme m sobre una operación

debriefing

[ˌdiːˈbriːfɪŋ] ncompte rendu m

debriefing

n (also debriefing session)Einsatzbesprechung f(nach dem Flug etc)

debriefing

[ˌdiːˈbriːfɪŋ] nrapporto or resoconto (a operazione ultimata)
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Debriefing is a facilitated reflection in the cycle of experiential learning--it helps identify and close gaps in knowledge and skills.
Schmidt and Haglund (2017) described using personal reflective debriefing, in which nurses can talk about a stressful event, what went well, and what could be done differently.
The debriefing was attended by high officials of the Navy, Indian Coast Guard, central ministries, state governments, union territory administration and intelligence agencies
One of its national commissioners, Ogumola Adekunle, made the clarification on Wednesday during his Commission debriefing of Accredited Observers for the 2019 general elections.
The best thing people should do is debriefing and if it persists, then he or she should have some counselling sessions so that they are able to move on without having the incidence affecting them.
The two-day debriefing started with a general introductory session, followed by focus groups that highlighted best practices and lessons learned from areas such as infrastructure, venue management, volunteers, waste management, security, logistics and communications.
Police Regional Office 9 (PRO9) director Chief Superintendent Emmanuel Licup, confirmed the release of Roda, who was brought to the Western Mindanao Command undergoing debriefing.
'This transfer of knowledge is essential to future organisers, and we are confident that this debriefing will serve as a great learning opportunity for Beijing to host even more successful Games in 2022.'
The original debriefs were fairly elaborate, thorough affairs (imagine debriefing a recent battle), but most current debriefs, particularly those in corporate settings, are fairly efficient, often being conducted in 15 to 60 minutes.
The key bid protest changes in the new NDAA are: the introduction of a new pilot program under which large defense contractors will be required to pay the Defense Department's costs where a protest is denied; and the enhancement of post-award debriefing rights.
In this perspective, there are authors who advocate debriefing (also termed as after-action reviews) as a critical stage of business games in relation to participants' learning (Peters & Vissers, 2004, Ben-Zvi & Carton, 2008, Kriz, 2010, Meij et al., 2013).