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20 Sep 2016 / by admin

“For all those hospital registrars sitting exams in the next year or two, here is some information which might be helpful for study purposes.” https://uws-2.wistia.com/ medias/h9956wmog3 Dr. Patsy Tremayne...

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Did you know that there is a failure rate of between 30% and 45% in the nine medical colleges throughout Australia and New Zealand?   So if you are a doctor and have failed this exam once, twice, or more, then join the club, you are not alone.  But it’s not only doctors – everybody wants ...

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CREATIVE VISUALISATION
06 Sep 2016 / by admin

Michael Pavlich (ABC Local Radio) with Dr Patsy Tremayne Creative Visualisation Podcast How do athletes give their best performance? What about others in difficult and stressful situations? Surgeons? Actors, dancers and others in the performing arts. How many find success through ‘creative visualisation’? Michael discussed technique this with Adjunct Associate Professor Patsy Tremayne from the ...

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So you’ve just made a mistake! What does that do to your body and mind? It can change your thinking, can affect your emotions, and can then influence your behavior.   Thinking – mistakes can make you think differently – if you make a bad mistake early on, you may think that it’s not your ...

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28 Jun 2016 / by admin

There is a well-known phrase that is often used when people talk about teams and the importance of a collaborative approach when working with others towards a common goal. That phrase is ‘there is no ‘I’ in ‘team’. But although the word ‘team’ is spelt with no ‘I’, an individual team member’s skills, motivations, emotions ...

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MOBILE PHONE ALERTS Did you know that when you are alerted to an incoming email or text (and it doesn’t really matter what kind of sound it is, or even if it’s a vibration), just receiving that notification on your mobile phone can cause enough of a distraction to impair your ability to focus on ...

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Five Helpful Hints 1. Control your pre-performance focus of concentration.           You will never be able to calm down out-of-control nerves unless you can learn to control your pre-performance focus of concentration. Two main concentration mistakes made by interviewees generate unwanted nerves. The first is focusing on the outcome before the interview. If ...

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