Data for: Effect of using a cognitive aid on content and feasibility of debriefings of simulated emergencies

Julia Freytag, Fabian Stroben, Wolf Hautz, Dorothea Penders & Juliane Kämmer
Background Adverse events in patient care are often caused by failures in teamwork. Simulation training and its debriefing can contribute to improving teamwork and thus patient care. When conducting debriefings, there are several design factors that can potentially influence learning outcomes. This study examines the use of a cognitive aid to help structure the content of debriefings and compares it with debriefings that are merely roughly structured. In addition, the feasibility of the debriefing, the...
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