Innovation in Surgery: Qualitative Analysis of the Decision-Making Process and Ethical Concerns.

@article{Bian2018InnovationIS,
  title={Innovation in Surgery: Qualitative Analysis of the Decision-Making Process and Ethical Concerns.},
  author={Alban Zarzavadjian le Bian and David Fuks and Renato Costi and Manuela Cesaretti and Audrey Bruderer and P. E. Tom Wind and Charles Smadja and Christian Herv{\'e}},
  journal={Surgical innovation},
  year={2018},
  pages={
          1553350618789265
        }
}
BACKGROUND Surgical innovation from surgeon's standpoint has never been scrutinized as it may lead to understand and improve surgical innovation, potentially to refine the IDEAL (Idea, Development, Exploration, Assessment, Long-term Follow-up) recommendations. METHODS A qualitative analysis was designed. A purposive expert sampling was then performed in organ transplant as it was chosen as the ideal model of surgical innovation. Interviews were designed, and main themes included the following… CONTINUE READING
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