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Disclosure Effectively Handling Adverse Events

Disclosure is an important step after an adverse event, and it is important to understand the steps of a proper disclosure. This webinar will discuss the definition of an adverse event, informed consent, the initial disclosure, apologizing and empathy, and follow-up.

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