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Professional Development

Subspecialties Glaucoma

A Tale of Two Cities

| George Spaeth

The dangers of unawareness of the true needs of our patients

Subspecialties Imaging & Diagnostics

Drillers Versus Scanners

| Geoffrey Potjewyd

Drillers Versus Scanners? Which visual tracking approach gains the most information from digital slides?

Subspecialties Other

An Eye for Detail

| Geoffrey Potjewyd

Ophthalmologist and literary extraordinaire, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle had his first Sherlock Holmes book accepted for publication on this day

Subspecialties Health Economics and Policy

Never Say Never

| Ray Radford

Serious adverse events occur in all medical specialties – including ophthalmology. Can more be done to prevent them?

Subspecialties Professional Development

The Art of Being Present

| Aleksandra Jones

Sitting Down With… Mariya Moosajee, Professor of Molecular Ophthalmology at University College London Institute of Ophthalmology

Subspecialties Professional Development

Publishing in Ophthalmology: Why the Delay?

| Arjan Dhoot, Marko Popovic, Jonathan Micieli

From peer review to publication: a guide to the intricacies of publishing in ophthalmology

Subspecialties Professional Development

My Retinal Romance

| Geoffrey Potjewyd

Can music reduce pain and anxiety in patients while also improving surgical team performance?

Business & Profession Professional Development

When One Size Doesn’t Fit All

| Samuel Masket

Improving your ergonomic set up to ensure a long and healthy career in ophthalmology

Subspecialties Professional Development

The Path to the Podium

| Aleksandra Jones

Following the success of the 2021 Power List, five influential women discuss the career and life milestones on their way to positions of power

Business & Profession Professional Development

Earning a Place at the Table

| Nikki Hafezi

How do you make a name for yourself in ophthalmology, when you’re carrying a name that’s already big in the field?

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