Consultant anesthesiologist and army officer with extensive experience and interest in medical decision making and other non-technical skills.
I believe the very foundation of medical professionalism lies in non-technical skills such as situational awareness, decision making, teamwork and stress management.
I believe non-technical skills are crucial to making good clinical decisions and that non-technical skills ensures competent health professionals, patient safety and continuous quality improvement.
I believe non-technical skills are important for all health professionals: doctors, nurses, paramedics, dentists, leaders, researchers and more.
Everyone can improve their decision making skills through high quality training!