Structure is needed for a surgeon to move from competent to highly skilled

ORLANDO — Because learning a new technique is “incredibly stressful” and a challenge, Matthew A. Miller, MD, offered tips on how “to do it in a manner that is safe for our patients and still allows for the best possible outcomes.”
“It is critical to be mindful of the loss of structure in our learning as we progress from resident to fellow” and beyond, Miller said at Cataract Surgery: Telling It Like It Is. “Because of the loss of that structure (and the observation and feedback that goes along with (Read more...)

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