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    The importance of being honest

    Ophthalmologists need to be true both to themselves and to patients

    By Dr Paolo Fazio   

    One of the biggest challenges for ophthalmologists, especially in the field of refractive surgery, is to define ourselves (in professional terms) and set our goals.

    To avoid the trap of repeating ingrained actions relating to goals that no longer represent our aspirations, it is important to implement a strategic plan and periodically analyse whether we are heading in the right direction. Are we being true both to ourselves and to our patients? Achieving this brings both professional and personal successes into our lives.

    The examples below illustrate the ways in which truth comes into play for two types of ophthalmologists who differ in their professional personalities and business styles.

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