Presteren onder druk voor de Anesthesioloog is soms ‘Hours of Boredom, minutes of stress, seconds of terror’. Welke rol speelt (trainen voor) presteren onder druk in de anesthesiologie? In gesprek met Stef Bouwman (Maastricht UMC). Wat zijn spannende situaties voor de anesthesioloog? Over best wel risicovolle interventies en acute prestatie druk. We hebben het over het […]
Mindful warriors study: the combined effect of mindfulness and Yoga on Soldier Mental Health in Basic Combat Training.
My personal experiences with mindfulness and body-mind practices have been nothing short of transformative. In my work, in law enforcement, in martial arts and especially personally. First as a great training for developing attention and focus, developing meta awareness (paying attention to my attention). Second for developing calmness and reducing to much reacitvity. Third, as
Content: blog, factsheet and Q&A with teh authors. Lets start! Do your students (nurses, doctors, police officers e.t.c.) know how, from whom, when and when not to retrieve effective feedback while on the job? Do we as first responder trainers/teachers think too easily about feedback and debrief? Me and my colleagues often talk about the
First, thanks to the researchers for their commitment to improving UOF training. The observational study (1) fills a literature gap by exam-ining performance (i.e., shoot/no-shoot errors) and stress physiology among 187 police officers during virtual (i.e., video-based) and live UOF scenarios as part of their agency’s annual requalification assessment. What where the results? While moderately