Re: scenario question
- I only check email every few days.
Yes, the scenarios are very good for many reasons.
For one it keeps us talking about what we do, keeping a stronger sense of community for the chirurgeons.
it also of course helps us keep ontop of our skills.
As emergency responders we hopefully rarely use our skills but need to be in good shape when those rare moments happen.
--- In E-Chir@yahoogroups.com, Ninka <dyscordant_rose@...> wrote:
> Hey everyone,
> Now that winter is coming closer (Yay!), is there an interest in me restarting
> the online scenarios? I realize that the last one I sent out had little response
> and I realize that was probably due to how busy the season was becoming at that
- --- In E-Chir@yahoogroups.com, Kathleen Gormanshaw <kgormanshaw@...> wrote:
>One thing I do when the scenario come out is goto yahoo groups and view the scenario message by itself. I read it and work up my reply.
> I like the scenarios. I wonder if you fed the story in chunks, if people
> could respond to one chunk and let someone else respond to a second chunk?
> If I respond first, I feel like I'm hogging the game.
Only after I reply to I read other people's response.
It is afterall a jumble who messages in first. I try to treat it like a pop quiz. I do try to respond fairly quickly as a result. Its part of the mind set of getting a rapid response to a crisis. (then check I did a decent job and see what others did differently)