They require both mental and physical skills
Some of the physical skills that a veterinarian will need is the ability to put in long days, and to stand for long periods of time. They also need the strength to hold down or lift animals. Mental skills needed is the ability to handle dealing with sick animals, and the compassion to deal with the animals and their owners.
The three basic health skills are physical, social, and mental/emotional.
Veterinarians need both mental and physical skills. The physical aspect is for the examination and for surgery. The mental aspect is for collecting all the bits and pieces of information, determining a diagnosis (or several differential diagnoses) and then figuring out the next step to see to the health of the animal.
Most of the mental skills usually come as a result of the physical experience. The physical experience usually creates a permanent image in one's mind.
Some skills needed to work in a hospital would be: - communication skills - critical thinking skills - emotional stability - compassionate - patience - empathy - physical fitness
awareness+ knowledge + process+ objectivity + empathy your body is mainly whats needed to act as communication vessel so also physical/mental endurance i assume you mean performance like singing that is what i mean
Football is a sport that requires many physical skills. If your are a "skills player" which means you are not a lineman, then having attributes like speed and agility are key to be able to do your job on the field.
Yes. The level of mental and physical strength/skills greatly influence your karate
fitness and hard work
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