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Performing a stressful task under pressure is challenging. Strategies to optimise our training must focus on learning a skill correctly, and then practising that skill deliberately to avoid compromising that performance in the cauldron of the clinical environment. This chapter discusses ways of learning and training better: the techniques are based on practical strategies employed in anaesthesia, but developed primarily from practical cognitive psychology, elite sport and the military. It involves taking a skill, practising it until it becomes a habit and over time making it part of normal behaviour. The philosophy is simple (but difficult to apply): control what you can control and always do your best. The best summary of this strategy is: learn it right, practise it right, perform it right.
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