From ocular oncology to tackling neglected diseases, our 2020 Power Listers are making their mark on ophthalmology – and beyond.
Over the years, sharing care between ophthalmologists and optometrists has become the accepted standard – to the benefit of patients
Community optometrists are well placed to deliver high-quality eye care – with good education and training
Clearly established fields of expertise are important for a successful working relationship
The remit of ophthalmologists and optometrists is not set in stone, it must evolve over time
David B. Mandell,
Carole C. Foos
Key financial success factors for ophthalmologists at every career stage… starting with fellowships
Most people on extreme diets won’t know what they are doing to their eyesight – until it’s too late
How allied health professions are making a difference in ophthalmology
Rayner turns its focus to big data and patient centricity with a new digital platform: RayPRO.
by Optimo Medical
With Optimeyes software providing surgeons with accurate predictions, patients with lower levels of astigmatism can finally experience the best vision
Audrey R. Talley Rostov
Don’t be afraid to tackle unusual cases. Given the right precautions, they can be just as successful as routine procedures.
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