One hundred reasons to celebrate women in ophthalmology
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When it comes to mental health, physician well-being often comes last on the list
Passing knowledge and good practices to new generations of ophthalmologists is vital for improving patient care
Improving eye health of minority communities should be a priority, and one of the ways to do it is with a diverse ophthalmic workforce
Tamara R. Fountain
A response to Sandra Yeh’s March op-ed
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What purpose do hierarchical and competitive lists serve, except highlighting success as being far from the norm and unachievable for most?
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