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Professional Development

Business & Profession Professional Development

Voices of Vision Science

| Phoebe Harkin

From motherhood to #MeToo – six ophthalmologists give their take on the issues facing women today.

Business & Profession Professional Development

Women in Vision

| Phoebe Harkin

Phoebe Harkin speaks to several high-profile ophthalmologists to get a picture of a woman’s place in today’s ophthalmology

Business & Profession Cataract

Too Old to Operate?

| Phoebe Harkin

A Canadian study asks: are older physicians an increased risk to patients during surgery?

Business & Profession Retina

AI: The Future Is Now

| Stephen Odaibo

How artificial intelligence is revolutionizing ophthalmology – for patients and physicians

Business & Profession Health Economics and Policy

Overcoming the Mountain of Global Blindness

| Geoff Tabin

The story behind the Himalayan Cataract Project – the NGO eradicating blindness, one country at a time.

Business & Profession Imaging & Diagnostics

Corneal Crosslinking: To Be Continued

| Emilio de Almeida Torres-Netto

The recipient of the inaugural ICO-Allergan Advanced Research Fellowship discusses how he will continue research on corneal biomechanics and improve the treatment of keratoconus

Business & Profession Professional Development

The Peer-to-Peer Network

| Jessica Griffith

Finding out why – and how – ophthalmologists on both sides of the podium value peer-to-peer education

Business & Profession Professional Development

On What You See and What You Become: #Motivation

| Imane Tarib

Wouldn’t it be great to have more women recognized on The Ophthalmologist Power List?

Subspecialties Professional Development

Fighting Fit

| Michele Acton

CEO of Fight for Sight UK

Business & Profession Cataract

Swallowing Professional Pride

| John Sandford-Smith

There's an obvious approach to tackling cataract blindness – so why aren’t people more supportive?

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