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ASCRS Clinical Survey 2019

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In 2019, ASCRS again conducted its Clinical Survey, which identifies education gaps by compiling data from respondents about their experiences across specialties. The survey in- cluded questions on cataract, refractive, cor- nea, glaucoma, and retina surgery. Information collected is used by ASCRS to guide educational initiatives and activities. The 2019 survey had 1,204 total ASCRS member respondents, with 54.9% practicing in the U.S. and 45.1% practicing elsewhere. Of the respondents, 73.3% were male and 26.7% were female. The survey respondents had a wide range of experience, from those cur- rently in residency or fellowship (11.2%) to those who have been in practice more than 30 years (17.3%). The largest percentage of respondents was those who have been in practice 21–30 years (25.3%), and 64.1% of respondents have been in practice for more than 10 years. Respondents also varied in where they perform surgery, with the largest percentage (32%) performing surgery in a surgeon-owned ASC. CLINICAL SURVEY 2019 HIGHLIGHTS OF THE 2019 ASCRS CLINICAL SURVEY HOW MANY YEARS HAVE YOU BEEN IN PRACTICE? WHERE IS YOUR PRIMARY SURGERY LOCATION? (Select all that apply.) WHERE PRACTICE IS LOCATED MALE VS. FEMALE RESPONDENTS

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