///How does the learner like to learn? Visualised.

How does the learner like to learn? Visualised.

I’m going to get more serious with my drive for patient management. Expect more posts about the job we’ve unofficially been hired to do.

I know, I know, as if it’s not difficult enough managing pain, now we have to be informers!

Why and how has this happened?!!

Because ALL the research and media I read is more and more about the patient delivering their experience so that professionals gain the best possible understanding about pain.

That means WE have the best information that the professional world needs in order for them to learn how to treat us (and hopefully prevent more people from having to live with it).

If you’re seeing any professional that hasn’t mentioned this to you already, or seeing one that you think won’t appreciate this mega message coming from our best pain researchers, then print this post out and get them to the next NOI Course (which NOI are referring to as Knowledge Driving Health). 

The ‘Knowledge’ NOI Group refer to is coming from the communication that our bodies and brains are dishing out daily (or rather every second of the day!).

Read on! And head to the bat cave immediately!

(Excerpt from How does the learner like to learn? Visualised.)

…Here’s a thought to ponder – what if we flip the idea and the therapist becomes the ‘learner’ and the patient becomes the ‘deliverer’… Now look at the image anew and ask yourself the question “Does the learner really want to learn?”

Quite powerful isn’t it.

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