'Take 10 to talk about it': Use of a scripted, post-event debriefing tool in a neonatal intensive care unit.

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Summary of "'Take 10 to talk about it': Use of a scripted, post-event debriefing tool in a neonatal intensive care unit."

This study assessed the impact of a scripted, post-event debriefing tool in identifying logistical, procedural, personnel and performance obstacles and successes in a clinical setting. It was predicted that the debriefing tool would highlight the importance of routine debriefing following challenging clinical events.


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Name: Journal of paediatrics and child health
ISSN: 1440-1754


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