Session Information

Invited Symposium

[IS-SA-179] Teaching Ethics, Professionalism and Communication Skills
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Day
Apr 05 (Sat)
Time
08:30 - 10:00
Room
Room 11 - Tokyo International Forum 5F G502
Topic
World Ophthalmic Educational Colloquium
Chair/Coordinator
Chair)Pinar Aydin、Chair)Masahiko Fukuda、Chair)Neeru Gupta
Description
Ethics, professionalism, and communication and interpersonal skills are as crucial to medical competence as medical knowledge and surgical skills, and as such they should be taught and assessed during the training period of eye care professionals (medical students, residents, allied eye care). In this symposium specific educational strategies and tools for teaching and assessing these non-technical competencies will be discussed.

Duration 10min, Panel Discussion = Last 20min

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World Ophthalmic Educational Colloquium

What is Ethics and How Can We Teach It?

Kadircan Keskinbora

What is Ethics and How Can We Teach It?

Duration 10min, Panel Discussion = Last 20min

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World Ophthalmic Educational Colloquium

Ethics and Learning New Surgical Skills

Richard Abbott

Ethics and Learning New Surgical Skills

Duration 10min, Panel Discussion = Last 20min

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World Ophthalmic Educational Colloquium

What Are "Effective Communication Skills" and How Can We Teach Them?

Ana Palis

What Are

Duration 10min, Panel Discussion = Last 20min

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World Ophthalmic Educational Colloquium

Considerations in Teaching How to Communicate Bad News

Pinar Aydin

Considerations in Teaching How to Communicate Bad News

Duration 10min, Panel Discussion = Last 20min

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World Ophthalmic Educational Colloquium

The Importance of Educating on Ethics, Professionalism and Communication Skills in the Health Professions

Yasuo Yanagi

The Importance of Educating on Ethics, Professionalism and Communication Skills in the Health Professions

Duration 10min, Panel Discussion = Last 20min

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World Ophthalmic Educational Colloquium

What is "Professionalism" and How Can We Teach It?

Karl Golnik

What is

Duration 10min, Panel Discussion = Last 20min

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World Ophthalmic Educational Colloquium

When Does Professionalism Become Unprofessional?

Neeru Gupta

When Does Professionalism Become Unprofessional?

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