TAG Episode 27 - 1Mar2017: Harbin Ethics in Medical Tx (mp3)

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Tom Harbin

Tom Harbin

In this episode, Tom Harbin, from Eye Consultants of Atlanta, and I discuss ethical issues in the medical treatment of glaucoma. This includes generic vs brand name drugs, the need to shop around for the best price, and looking out for talks from so-called Key Opinion Leaders.


Production information:

This episode was recorded live in March 2014 during the Annual Meeting of the American Glaucoma Society in Washington, DC using two Shure SM58 microphones with a Marantz PMD661 digital recorder. Mixing and sound levelling were FINALLY performed in February/March 2017 on a MacBook Pro using Levelator, and Hindenberg Journalist Pro software. Narration was overdubbed using a Heil PR40 and Audio Technica ATR2100 USB Microphone with Journalist Pro. This completes my transition from Garage Band to Hindenberg Journalist Pro which allows me to edit these shows cross-platform and hopefully will help me get episodes out more quickly like the three still awaiting release with Chris Johnson, Ron Fellman and Murray Johnstone that were recorded in 2016.

Opinions expressed in this podcast  are those of the speakers and are not intended to be taken as the standard of care for glaucoma treatment. Please always weigh the complete clinical picture and involve patients with any decisions in their care.
Tom Harbin, MD, MBA
Eye Consultants of Atlanta
Waking Up Blind (from Amazon.com)
Tom Harbin discloses that he has a financial interest in the sale of his book
Robert M Schertzer, MD, MEd, FRCSC

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