Training to Proficiency
“See one, do one, teach one,” the paradigm ingrained in surgical minds for the past century since the days of Halsted, has helped to mature generations of well-trained surgeons. Many contemporary issues such as advances in technology, restrictions in training work hours, expensive operating room costs, safety, and ethical concerns challenge this ideology.
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