IC-215 Cataract Surgery: What I Say – Conversations That Improve the MD-Patient Relationship | ASCRS
Presentation
IC-215 Cataract Surgery: What I Say – Conversations That Improve the MD-Patient Relationship
July 2021
Meeting: 2021 ASCRS Annual Meeting
Course Instructor: Jack Parker, MD, PhD
Co-instructors: Ike K. Ahmed, MD, FRCSC, David F. Chang, MD, Samuel Masket, MD, ABO, David M. Rooney, MD, Eric D. Rosenberg, DO, MSE
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Educational Objective
Enhance the quality of communication between doctors and patients, especially in the setting of difficult conversations or when surgical complications are anticipated or experienced.

Course Description
Course will guide participants through a number of difficult conversations commonly encountered relating to cataract surgery including: the use of femtosecond laser assisted surgery, the ruptured posterior capsule, the dropped nucleus, post-operative refractive surprise, and the unhappy patient. Attendees will learn how to communicate with patients and their families in these and other potentially emotionally charged situations.

2021 ASCRS Annual Meeting Instructional Courses

This 1.5 hour Instructional Course was recorded at the 2021 ASCRS Annual Meeting in Las Vegas, Nevada, held on July 24-27, 2021. 

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