After the emergency is over, recounting and analysing events with staff is hugely appreciated and very important: this is usually multidisciplinary but will sometimes be in small groups. Health-care assistants and porters may need this support too and should not be forgotten. If things went well everyone should be congratulated, and if some things were less than perfect, discussing why the difficulties were encountered and what might make things easier/work better another time is often helpful. This is a time for positive critical reflection: any negative feedback can wait.
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