Background/context HILS have been using video debriefing in simulation since our centre opened, yet have noticed a variability of faculty success in using it.
In an attempt to uncover best practise, the technical team set out to document the effective use of bookmarks in video debriefing during a 15 day mandatory simulation course for Junior Doctors.
Description of innovation or topic The Technical Team recorded the following:
The number of total bookmarks made per scenario
The number of bookmarks actually used in each debriefing
Whether the use of the video bookmark was successful or not
Comments on communication between technician and debriefer
Improvements/outcomes (anticipated or recorded) With immediate effect, there were obvious techniques which resulted in differences between the debriefing of scenarios such as
Whether bookmarks where identified with number, time or text description
Whether bookmarks were used from printed paper or from onscreen menus
When the data is analysed, we also expect to find
An increase in the number of ‘good’ bookmarks used over time from individual debriefers
No correlation between number of bookmarks made, and bookmarks used
Take home messages
There are subtle improvements that can be made to improve the effectiveness of using video in a debriefing
There is a wide variation in the use of video debriefing1
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