The Power of the Personal Touch
The good, the bad, and the new normal – how the pandemic has changed things for young ophthalmologists
Henal Javeri | | Opinion
Young ophthalmologists have played – and continue to play – an important role in the pandemic. We have acted as frontline workers, shielding senior consultants, who are at much higher risk of developing a more severe form of COVID-19. And that has given us the chance to see a patient, assess their condition, and come up with a plan of action for managing their condition – all on our own. In a strange way, the pandemic has given us independence and the confidence to reach our own conclusions – but with the comfort of having our mentors by our side.
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