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Clinical Event Debriefing (CED)

Date: TBC | Time: TBC | Track Type: Workshop
Format: Face-to-face | Venue: Academia
Category: Faculty Development & Debriefing | Workshop Level: Novice

Speakers: Ms Cynthia Allyssa Claire, Ms Koh Bee Leng Sabrina, Tan Hwee Yuan, Chen Hui Ying, Chua Hui Teng Deanna and Kway Zhaorong Justin

This CED workshop shares concepts of various debriefing models that participants can utilise in clinical events debriefing. The models are established guided reflection tools utilised by the simulation based education domain, and are proven to be effective in guiding healthcare learners towards identifying gaps for further improvements. The tools are plus/delta, directive feedback, advocacy inquiry and Socratic questioning techniques. Participants will also be introduced to a standardised CED template that guides new CED debriefers to conduct and record key debriefing points. 

Following concept learning, participants will have guided practices to apply the debriefing tools through role plays.


Learning Outcomes:
Upon completion of this course, the learner will be able to: 

  1. Describe 3 debriefing models utilised for clinical events debriefing. 
  2. Facilitate clinical event debriefing in a non-threatening and constructive manner. 
  3. Provide constructive feedback to staff to motivate consistent improvements in clinical performances. 
  4. Identify clinical performance gaps for follow up actions.

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