HSE NeuroCoaching in a surgical procedure

A lovely 78-year-old lady is about to undergo surgery, probably her last chance to walk in her life. She has been chair and bedridden for five years. Dr. Luis Gaviria preps her before undergoing surgery. Please enjoy and leave a comment below.

Let’s follow what happens, and how the principles of Neuroscience Based Safety (Neurocoaching) are applied all the way; from addressing the patient, from proper bedside manners to an adequate use of PPE (Personal Protection Equipment) within the procedure. (No gruesome images are shown here.)

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  1. Stanley 23 October, 2015 at 11:56 am - Reply

    This is really interesting, that is a nice story and doctor Luis Gaviria makes me think.
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  2. Daniel Ohr 17 January, 2019 at 3:01 pm - Reply

    Doctor Gaviria, please let me say thank you, very much. What I learned from you, last year in the Safety Conference in Brazil, made me full aware of the way we were addressing our workers and collaborators in the field. Most definitely, we cannot allow a Jurassic Park type of environment, since aggression, whether justified or not, impairs attention and focus. Thank you again.

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