Integrated debriefing software and hardware are critical components of your simulation solution
Historically, “debriefing” was first used in the military. After returning from a mission, soldiers would give their commanding officers an account of their experiences. This intelligence was then analyzed and used to strategize for future missions and operations and demonstrate a learning opportunity for other soldiers.
Modern-day debriefing in medical simulation education is a descendant of military-style debriefing. The debriefing process is a crucial time for review, evaluation, reflection, knowledge absorption and learning. Without the proper debriefing technology integrated into a simulation solution, students miss out on a rich opportunity to learn from simulated experiences.
At Level 3 Audiovisual, our team has the skills and experience to design, install, integrate and customize high fidelity simulation labs that incorporate both training and debriefing for teaching hospitals and medical programs in Washington, D.C., and across the U.S.
Keep reading to learn how we ensure your solution contains the necessary hardware and software to provide students a comprehensive feedback and debriefing experience.