Faculty Development & Debriefing
How Debriefing Unfold in Different National and Professional Cultures
Speaker: Dr Peter Dieckmann
Date: 3 November 2017 (Fri) | Time: 1500 - 1630
| Location: Academia, Level 1, L1-S3
Workshop Level: Intermediate to Advanced
National cultures can be described along several dimensions, including power distance. The culture will influence how debriefings unfold: Who talks to whom about what and in what form? What are debriefing taboo topics? What are the prerequisites to optimise the learning?
After a short presentation of recent findings from a study in debriefings in different cultures and a model to describe cultures, participants will work interactively with debriefings role plays and adjust those along the different dimensions of culture in small groups. A concluding discussion will investigate other relevant cultures that might need adjustment (e.g. departmental, professional, discipline-oriented).
- Describe a model that relates to national cultures.
- Discuss how culture can influence debriefings.
- Discuss strategies to adjust debriefings to multi-culture contexts.
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