Non-Technical Skills for Veterinary Surgeons

Duana McBride
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Non-technical skills are important in optimising patient outcome, as well as improving the well-being of our veterinary team. There is a growing awareness that by developing these skills, which include communication, teamwork, leadership, situation awareness and decision making, we can minimise medical errors, reduce stress levels and work towards providing better patient care. All of which is now more important than ever with constantly increasing practice workloads.
This learning series provides you with a toolkit to enhance your practice, no matter what your interest is, including emergency and critical care, surgery, anaesthesia or even practice management.

3.5 Hours CPD

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  • Description

    Topics covered include:

    • Why do medical errors occur and how to prevent them
    • Decision-making, teamwork and communication skills
    • Identifying what non-technical skills are going to benefit you and your team
    • How to develop these skills and bring them into practice
    • The importance of debriefing

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