Learning techniques an ongoing process for ophthalmic surgeons

ORLANDO — Learning new techniques should be a constant throughout a surgeon’s career, and the best way to do so is to practice and work at being a better surgeon, according to a speaker here.
“When you think about how much time you spend in residency vs. how much time we spend in the rest of our career, most of the stuff we learn is going to be outside the confines of residency, so we have to be able to learn,” Thomas A. Oetting, MD, said at Cataract Surgery: Telling (Read more...)

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