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Welcome to the October issue of The Ophthalmologist! In our front cover feature, five refractive leaders discuss how the world has changed for them – and the profession – since the pandemic hit. The Upfront section features the latest news and research – from the presence of SARS-CoV-2 in examination rooms to the discovery of a new mechanism of blood redistribution in the retina. In the monthly opinion column, In My View, residents Henal Javeri and Anesu Madikane share their pandemic experiences, Harvey Carter warns about remaining Raindrop corneal inlays, and Paulo Stanga talks about the SCOPE study. This month's In Practice articles discuss sustained-release ophthalmic drugs, MIGS, and surgery risks associated with COVID-19. In Profession, we visit the Zaatari refugee camp, and learn about accreditation in delivering eye care worldwide. Finally, we sit down with Lisa Park. I hope you enjoy reading this issue!