We don’t routinely do Stroke Alert debriefing, however, recently we conducted one and found multiple opportunities for improvement that lent itself to easy and immediate fixes that were helpful. Because of this I anticipate we will start doing it more often…. We also just recently conducted a Mock Code Stroke in the ED with 2 different scenarios, one with a patient presenting via EMS and one with a patient presenting POV. We immediately debriefed and I was able to type up our “did wells” and our “OFI’s”. I plan on reviewing these at our next Stroke team meeting. The value of debriefing with feedback from all parties and departments involved has been a game changer in process improvement and general buy in from the staff. I recommend the sooner the better for debriefing, of course while “reading the room” after the patient is stable. Take notes and give good feedback for suggestions.