Exploring the Activities and Benefits of Participating in Phacomentors Program
What do we do in Phacomentors?
Phacomentors is a revolutionary approach to delivering eye care by transforming how we train and teach surgeons. Through a unique three-step process, the organization identifies talented colleagues and trains them to become compassionate and excellent professionals who deliver the best quality eye care.
The first step is to identify colleagues who possess the correct mindset and determination to excel. By finding the right talent, Phacomentors can then help these individuals become the best versions of themselves.
The second step involves providing cognitive tools and a humble, professional mindset to keep improving as surgeons. This is accomplished through the convergence of the best technology, methodology, and well-trained mentors.
The third and final step is to provide support to ensure the best quality eye care is delivered efficiently and is accessible to all. By providing a disruptive community where colleagues can rely on experience, business models, and support, Phacomentors ensures that their colleagues can acquire and use the latest technology to offer patients the best possible care. The organization believes that every social problem can be solved with the right business model. By offering colleagues the best quality of life (not just money but also free time and health), they can eradicate avoidable blindness.
Phacomentors use active learning methodologies based on simulation, utilizing virtual reality and 3D-printed eyes to ensure that their colleagues are at the forefront of eye care technology. Through this approach, Phacomentors is transforming the way eye care is delivered by training the best possible professional surgeons who can perform at a peak level while delivering quality healthcare and having a good quality of life.
The purpose of Phacomentors is to eradicate avoidable blindness by providing the right tools to colleagues. Through their three-step process, Phacomentors is ensuring that talented professionals are trained to become the best possible versions of themselves, and in turn, are able to offer the best possible eye care to their patients.
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