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Snuffing Out Surgical Smoke - Outpatient Surgery Magazine - December 2019

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D E C E M B E R 2 0 1 9 • O U T PA T I E N T S U R G E R Y. N E T • 2 9 T iger Woods works with a coach who tweaks his near- perfect swing. Stefani Germanotta takes voice lessons to be Lady Gaga. Glenn Close receives pro- fessional training to turn in Oscar-worthy perform- ances year after year. Tiger, Gaga and Glenn are all elite performers, but still rely on expert advice to remain at the top of their chosen professions. Shouldn't surgeons be coached on how they can perform better, safer sur- gery, especially when the stakes are much higher than sports and entertain- ment? "Surgeons receive incredible amounts of training in medical school and throughout their resi- dencies, but their skills Could Your Surgeons Use a Coach? Peer-to-peer instruction makes physicians better practitioners and people. Professional Development Daniel Cook | Executive Editor • EXPERT EYE Coaches teach about new technologies and how to be better teammates outside of traditional learning channels.

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