This is the best vent talk we have had for PJs. One of our Flight Docs is an Anesthesiologist (Harvard Med School! ) and did this talk at a 2015 refresher.
Here we will discuss the traits unique to PJs and some issues related to resilience and the challenges sometimes faced by operators in maintaining the edge.
The Harvard Business School reviewed ten books on leadership. One book by Daniel Goleman is highlighted in this podcast. Daniel Goleman is a scientist whose research expertise is in emotional intelligence. Aspects of emotional intelligence are the key factors in successful leadership. These skills are critical to your growth as a TL, EL and onwards. Effective leadership is imperative to increase mission completion and bring home the survivor, evader, patient.
In this episode we begin to use the podcasts in expanding the ability to share lessons learned from missions and training. If you have lessons learned to share send them either to Doc or the PJ Medical Programs Manager. And if you want to make a podcast of lessons learned, send the MP3 file to Doc.
Medcast #31 reviews AARs from two military med meetings in August 2015, as well as some of the medical issues from a recent Pacific Ocean jump mission with critical care.
This podcast reviews what you need to know regarding weapons of mass destruction (WMD's). In some instances you can provide definitive treatment, in others you need to simply have SA and protect your team accordingly and triage and evacuate.
This podcast will succinctly review a working approach to dive medicine with emphasis on the must know concepts and management.
In Part 2 of our discussion with Pat Davidson, Pat review the fundamentals of a basic physical training program.
Dr. Pat Davidson discusses a broad range of over arching issues pertinent to human performance training and the PJ career field.