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29th Apr 2024
3:30 - 5:45pm (GMT)
Hosted on MedAll
Attendance certificate available
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The idiom "practice makes perfect" conveys the notion that consistent repetition of a skill or task is the key to becoming adept or perfect at it. But, mindlessly repeating a task does not necessarily mean that that your skills improve. We are all familiar with the 10000 hours cited by Eriksson but is that enough. However, it’s essential to recognize that not all practice is equal. Perfect practice—meaning practicing correctly and purposefully—is what truly leads to improvement. Mere repetition without attention to quality won’t yield the desired results. BBASS explains perfect practice.  We will address the Why, When and How, in order that you can ‘home’ your surgical skills.

Summary

This engaging session, titled 'Perfect Practice', is designed to enhance the medical professionals' skills and expertise. The idiom "practice makes perfect" conveys the notion that consistent repetition of a skill or task is the key to becoming adept or perfect at it. But, mindlessly repeating a task does not necessarily mean that that your skills improve. We are all familiar with the 10000 hours cited by Ericsson but is that enough. However, it’s essential to recognize that not all practice is equal. Perfect practice—meaning practicing correctly and purposefully—is what truly leads to improvement. Mere repetition without attention to quality won’t yield the desired results. BBASS explains perfect practice. We will address the Why, When and How, in order that you can ‘home’ your surgical skills. It revolves around low fidelity practice methods and incorporates the idea that 'practice makes perfect.' It aims to cultivate precision, efficiency, and reliability in medical practices. Attend this session, enhance your proficiency, and bring perfection to your routine medical practices.

Learning objectives

1) Understand the concept of perfect practice. 2) Appreciate the need to practice. 3) Understand how much practice is required. 4) Understand how to use low fidelity models. 5) Understand what make a perfect practice model.
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29th Apr 2024
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