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10 thoughts on “The Heat of the Moment

  1. says:

    A refreshing change from other blue light memoirs flooding the book market lately; this is one woman’s story of how she went from homeless teen to one of the most senior female firefighters in the UK I think the fire service is wonderful but criminally overlooked when we think of the other emergency services The author demonstrates her skills and commitment to becoming an expert in her field As both a firefighter and

  2. says:

    THIS BOOK WILL SAVE LIVESI read this book cover to cover within 24 hours of purchasing it Every page held my attention as Sab transported me to the fire grounds incident scenes and briefing rooms which are part of her daily life I was consta

  3. says:

    Absolutely brilliant book Highly recommended to medics as well as emergency services personnel Gives insight into how life and death decisions are made some analytical some gut decisions most a mixture Gives help in sorting best decisions which have to be made uickly with insufficient detail Written with very accessible style from a woman who has an amazing lifeA must read

  4. says:

    Part of my 2020 Reading Challenge A book about firefightingIt is difficult to describe the emotions I felt while reading this book I cried I laughed I was afraid I was empathetic This book is a perfect piece for anyone in

  5. says:

    Fascinating insight into what happens when we make decisions under pressure The examples from the author’s career as a firefighter really bring the science to life but she writes with great respect for the victims and her colleagues

  6. says:

    I'll start by saying this was a 100% me issue and not the book I came into this expecting it to be of a memoir style book like This is going to hurt or Working Stiffs that follows someone through their working dayweekmonthye

  7. says:

    What an incredible bookAs a person looking to join the UK Fire and Rescue Service this provided an invaluable insight and information about my dream job and motivated to join the FRS Written so fluently with easy language it still held all the

  8. says:

    The audiobook is a little stilted but what an amazing woman

  9. says:

    The heat of the moment is memoir of a firefighters decisions on the job Decisions resulting in the difference between life and deathIt is very detailed in regards to the variations of life experiences and how this can impact the brain in makin

  10. says:

    This was a fascinating book I had been expecting stories of firefighting but it is very much The author works on decision making and examines how decisions are made with what information and what conseuences during all kinds of incidents As a serving firefighter she has much to draw on and her insight is intriguing Her own story as a young person living rough then achieving entry to the fire service is an interesting bac

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AS SEEN ON BBC of the PDFEPUB #228 BREAKFAST'One of the wonder women of our emergency services' Glamour'Does for the fire service what Adam Kay’s This is Going to Hurt did for the NHS A humbling jaw dropping read which redefines what is possible' Viv GroskopIn the face of urgency and uncertainty would you respond analytically or trust your instincts How would you decide who lives and who diesDr Sabrina Cohen Hatton has been a firefighter for eighteen years She decides w. Absolutely brilliant book Highly recommended to medics as well as emergency services personnel Gives insight into how life and death decisions are made some analytical some gut decisions most a mixture Gives help in sorting best decisions which have to be made uickly with insufficient detail Written with very accessible style from a woman who has an amazing lifeA must read

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Even thriving – in such a fast paced and emotionally charged environment And she immerses us in this extraordinary world from scenes of devastation and crisis through triumphs of bravery to the uieter moments Heat of the Kindle #212 when she uestions herself and the decisions made in the most unforgiving circumstancesHere is the truth about how we respond in our most extreme moments'Gripping heart stopping and profoundly reassuring' Sue Black author of 'All That Remains. What an incredible bookAs a person looking to join the UK Fire and Rescue Service this provided an invaluable insight and information about my dream job and motivated to join the FRS Written so fluently with easy language it still held all the relevant depth and details within each chapterHumbling too reminding all of us that the emergency services aren t superheroes and that we are all human but some go to extraordinary measures to help others especially behind the scenes of a scenarioThank you Sabrina Cohen Hatton amazing read

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Hich of her colleagues rush into a burning building and how they confront the blaze She The Heat eBook #10003 makes the call to evacuate if she believes the options have been exhausted or that the situation has escalated beyond hope This is her astonishing account of a profession defined by the most difficult decisions imaginableTaking us to the very heart of firefighting Sabrina uses her award winning research to reveal the skills that are essential to surviving – and. Fascinating insight into what happens when we make decisions under pressure The examples from the author s career as a firefighter really bring the science to life but she writes with great respect for the victims and her colleagues As well as being a warts and all look at what it means to be a firefighter the theories can be applied to our everyday lives Loved the fact it was also written in a really accessible style rather than being too academic This woman is a true inspiration