Treating amblyopia in adults and improving vision through home training sessions is no longer science-fiction
Serious adverse events occur in all medical specialties – including ophthalmology. Can more be done to prevent them?
When glaucoma and cataract surgery intersect, it’s important to alter treatment approaches dependent on disease severity
Sitting Down With… Mariya Moosajee, Professor of Molecular Ophthalmology at University College London Institute of Ophthalmology
From peer review to publication: a guide to the intricacies of publishing in ophthalmology
Following the success of the 2021 Power List, five influential women discuss the career and life milestones on their way to positions of power
Just over a year on from the tragedy of the Beirut Port explosion – what eye injuries occurred and how has eyesight changed six months on?
I. Paul Singh
You can prescribe a patient a drug, but you can’t make them compliant
How do you make a name for yourself in ophthalmology, when you’re carrying a name that’s already big in the field?
Combining the roles of clinician and researcher was not easy. But we can – and should – smooth the path for the next generation.
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