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  3. Bilkstein, P. ; Van Aaist, J. ; Kizito, R. ; Brennan, K. (Ed.)
    MedDbriefer allows paramedic students to engage in simulated prehospital emergency care scenarios and receive an automated debriefing on their performance. It is a web-based tool that runs on a tablet. Although debriefing is purported to be one of simulation-based training’s most critical components, there is little empirical research to guide human and automated debriefing. We implemented two approaches to debriefing in MedDbriefer and are conducting a randomized controlled trial to compare their effectiveness. 
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