With next year’s list, we will showcase the achievements of ophthalmology’s top 50 most influential women
Women are the disproportionate victims of avoidable blindness – they need to be put at the center of global advocacy work
Sitting down with… Keith Martin, Ringland Anderson Professor and Head of Ophthalmology, University of Melbourne
Sitting Down With… Tim Clover, CEO of Rayner
Physicians must band together to overcome the current challenges in ophthalmology
Sitting Down With… Audrey Talley Rostov, Northwest Eye Surgeons and and SightLife
David B. Mandell,
Carole C. Foos
The definitive guide to building – and protecting – your finances
New generations of patients use services in novel ways – and ophthalmic practices must constantly readjust to keep up
Shared ophthalmic care is needed, but patients’ interests must always come before politics
An entwined image of ophthalmologists and optometrists: the front line of eye care
Over the years, sharing care between ophthalmologists and optometrists has become the accepted standard – to the benefit of patients
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