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Joshua Turner
Joshua Turner

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It is interesting to note that one of the common core values, either implicitly or explicitly described, is being learner centred. In general, interviewees met the needs of their learners by facilitating supportive, constructive, challenging, and reflective discussions through thinking on their feet and other forms of artistry. This facilitation skill aligned strongly with the notion of being comfortable with discomfort (Interviewee #9) and debriefers having to work and practise on the edge of or outside their comfort zone to gain the needed experience. This also has implications for faculty development in debriefing, which are worth considering in further research. That is, when and how to allow faculty to take the risk of going beyond their comfort zone. Learning theories may be most useful to prompt this type extension. We noted that debriefers were highly reflective regarding improving their practical skills, but had reflected less on the conceptual foundations of their debriefing practice. Learning theories provides a means to both validate and challenge simulation practice [57], and we would regard this as an obvious next step in the advancement of debriefing practice.

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Your skin takes on different thickness, color, and texture all over your body. For example, your head contains more hair follicles than anywhere else. But the soles of your feet have none. In addition, the soles of your feet and the palms of your hands are much thicker than skin on other areas of your body.

Shoes are one of the most intimate articles of clothing we use on a daily basis and we understand your dilemma in trying to order the perfect size. We have heard the questions asked in every combination: What size should I get? How should the sandals fit? Does this size fit me? Is this size too big? Is this the right size? What do you think of this size on me? Is this how it is supposed to fit? Which size looks best?

To properly protect your feet, it is important to choose shoes that will protect you against the risks that exist at your specific work station and to avoid shoes that protect against any risk at any work station.

Safety shoes are a little stiffer than regular shoes, especially if they have steel toe caps and soles. Is there anything more unpleasant than wearing shoes that are uncomfortable or hurt your feet? Safety is not the only consideration when purchasing your shoes. To feel comfortable when wearing your shoes, take a look at the following comfort criteria.

A good shoe must have proper aeration to ensure that perspiration from your feet is drawn away. This may vary from 3 grams/hour when sitting to 15 grams/hour when running. Bad aeration causes foot temperature to increase and softens or swells the skin. This creates an environment that promotes the development of micro-organisms and the forming of cracks and blisters. Not to mention nasty odours!

Preferably select a leather model supple enough to stretch according to the variation in the volume of your feet when walking (from 2% to 4%) and to end of the day swelling. Here's a tip: purchase your shoes in the middle of the afternoon.


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