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    Patient Enucleation Education

WAEH Webinar September 3
Patient Enucleation Education

2021-10-08 09:13:27

Did you miss the WAEH webinar about Patient enucleation? On September 3 Mitchell Wilson from the Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital (Australia) together with international colleagues David Carpenter from The Moorfields Eye Hospital and Dr. Nelson from the Kellogg Eye Centre have shared the outcomes of the WAEH project Patient Enucleation Education.

One of the objectives of this project was to develop a sustainable education package on enucleation for patients and health care professionals that can provide the patient reliable and complete information on the surgery. 

The project has been lead by Mitchell together with colleagues David Carpenter from The Moorfields Eye Hospital and Dr. Nelson from the Kellogg Eye Centre. Mitchell welcomes you all and will answer all of your questions.

Check out the recordings: 

https://us02web.zoom.us/rec/share/Qwnx_rglzXYseJc4CV0TxOhJEErGf35XSskWhl7W8ZCpH1rM9L0R6dnflIANM3YE.u76H8Z0Be4dfssQD

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If you any questions regarding this webinar, please send an email to: Maaike.vanzuilen@waeh.org

We hope to see and talk to you soon again! 

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