Health Practitioners and Simulation Training

By Bonnie Hutchinson

Let’s assume that you aspire to be, not merely a competent health practitioner, but an expert health practitioner. You came into the field with high ideals. You intend to achieve mastery in your chosen profession. You want to be of optimum benefit to those who need your skills. To be an expert practitioner requires numerous types of training.
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Recognize Cues – in life and in health care

By Bonnie Hutchinson

You know that paramedics, nurses, physicians, and other health practitioners need unique skills and expertise. After extensive training, they have professional and legal mechanisms to guard that unique expertise fiercely, for the safety of the public and the credibility of their professions. So here’s a provocative statement: All expert
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Error-proofing for Health Practitioners

By Bonnie Hutchinson

Overlearning and health care Quick. Think of something you’re really good at. Maybe cycling or rock climbing or playing a musical instrument. Maybe reading or solving math puzzles or the game of chess. Your body does what it’s supposed to do – the right motions at the right time at the optimum pace – without you having to think about
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Health Practitioners “In the Zone”

By Bonnie Hutchinson

If you’re a cyclist or a runner, you’ve probably experienced the state of “flow” or being “in the zone.” You’ve pushed past some limits and you reach a state where your breath, your muscles, every part of your body and mind are in absolute synch. Time disappears, you’re totally in the moment, nothing else exists. You may be
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Healthcare Practitioners And Performance Psychology: Part 2

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You know that paramedics, nurses, physicians, and other health practitioners need unique skills and expertise. After extensive training, they have professional and legal mechanisms to guard that unique expertise fiercely, for the safety of the public and the credibility of their professions. So here’s a provocative statement: All expert
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Healthcare Practitioners and Performance Psychology: Part 1

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You know at least some of their names… The head of a national cycling team that’s dominated Olympics and Tour de France cycling events since 2008; A world-renowned musician – a singer and composer who plays multiple instruments; A multi-billionaire entrepreneur philanthropist who’s tackling global social challenges; A health
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Critical Success Factors: From Cycling to Healthcare

By Bonnie Hutchinson

From cycling to health care? Yes! The experience of the British Cycling team has been applied in many different fields: sports, business, aviation – and health care. You can benefit from finding out what they’ve learned. As well, Hone Virtual Education has a Resource that provides practical help to apply what British Cycling learned to
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Hone CUE Recognition on the App Store

The Hone CUE Recognition App will soon be available on the App Store for early adopters. When it is available - you will be able to download it via the link below.

Coming Soon