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  • Practical Ethics in Ophthalmology

  • A Doctor’s Guide to Medical Ethics in the Surgical and Medical Practice of Ophthalmology
  • By: Tom Harbin
  • Narrated by: Jon Hegge
  • Length: 2 hrs and 41 mins

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Practical Ethics in Ophthalmology

By: Tom Harbin
Narrated by: Jon Hegge
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Dr. Tom Harbin outlines the many reasons medical professionals should pay more attention to the easily-forgotten principles of ethics. This audiobook discusses ethical issues of day-to-day importance, such as prescribing medications, recommending surgery, adopting new procedures, communicating with patients and colleagues, dealing with personal problems such as substance abuse, disruptive behavior, and boundary issues, and managing personal and institutional obstacles to ethics. Become a better doctor for patients and a better colleague to peers with renewed attention to - and respect for - medical ethics.

©2020 Tom Harbin, MD, MBA (P)2021 Tom Harbin, MD, MBA

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