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Welcome to the September issue of The Ophthalmologist! Upfront’s topics include how art training can improve ophthalmologists’ observational skills, and how patients with AMD really feel about their disease. In My View sees Simon Skalicky make the case for effective glaucoma counselling, and Bobeck Modjtahedi discusses how ophthalmologists should look beyond the eyes when caring for their patients. In our multi-article Feature, we visit the topic of regenerative medicine for the cornea, and hear from some of the leaders in the field. NextGen sees Michael Larsen discuss how assessing dark adaptation could lead to earlier diagnosis of AMD, and in Profession, we take a tour of Orbis’ new Flying Eye Hospital. Finally, we Sit Down With Richard Lindstrom, Chairman and Founder of Minnesota Eye Consultants, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA.