Training and Credentialing Surgeons in New Technologies


Presented by Tim Farrell, MD at the SAGES 2014 Meeting; Symposium: Ethics of Innovation

evidence for new technology–56 sec
education in new technologies–2:03
best training paradigm–2:49
best credentialing system–4:35
emergence of LC–4:

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