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Ophthalmology Journal

American Academy of Ophthalmology

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Join Ophthalmology’s social media editors as they interview authors and editors of the American Academy of Ophthalmology’s journal family: Ophthalmology, Ophthalmology Retina, Ophthalmology Glaucoma, and Ophthalmology Science.
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Interviews with authors of articles from JAMA Ophthalmology. JAMA Ophthalmology, published continuously since 1869, is an international, peer-reviewed ophthalmology and visual science journal. Covering research, science, & clinical practice in ophthalmology and vision science.
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Ophthalmology Business Podcast

Ophthalmology Business Academy

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An American podcast that interviews leading expert consultants in Ophthalmology to offer tips and advice to; ophthalmologists, specialists, surgeons, practice managers, and administrators worldwide. Join the ‘Ophthalmology Business Podcast‘ every other Wednesday as we invite special guest speakers to help you improve, grow, and manage your practice!
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Mayo Clinic Ophthalmology Podcast

MayoClinicOphthalmology

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Mayo Clinic Ophthalmology Podcast, hosted by Dr. Erick Bothun and Dr. Andrea Tooley, takes us through the latest and greatest in ophthalmology from the lens of an academic institution, Mayo Clinic. We look forward to bringing guests from across the globe to discuss ophthalmology and various subsets of medicine.
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Eye Tea - Ophthalmology Podcast

Eye Tea | Ophthalmology podcast

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Welcome to Eye Tea. Fill your cup with the latest in ophthalmology and vision science. Engage with world-renowned experts and future ophthalmology leaders in a candid roundtable discussion as they discuss current innovations, future directions, and their life stories.
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MedEdTalks - Ophthalmology

Vindico Medical Education

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MedEdTalks Ophthalmology is an accredited educational podcast for providers to learn more about treating patients with Ophthalmology diseases/disorders. Discover all content and topics by visiting mededtalks.com.
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Ophthalmology Against The Rule

Dr Ben LaHood and Dr Nick Andrew

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Ophthalmology Against The Rule (OATR) is a podcast hosted by ophthalmologists Dr Ben LaHood and Dr Nick Andrew. Discussing the simple things often overlooked and the complex things often ignored about ophthalmology. Serious talks about interesting ophthalmic issues in an easy listening podcast.
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Open. Outspoken. It's Ophthalmology off the Grid—an honest look at controversial topics in the field. Host Gary Wörtz, MD, invites a range of experts to guide listeners through their areas of expertise, inserting thought-provoking questions along the way. From disruptive treatments and technologies to tried-and-true ophthalmic practices, Ophthalmology Off the Grid lends a curious perspective to topics new and old for an honest look at ophthalmology today.
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EyePod: Podcasts from Ophthalmology Times

EyePod: Podcasts from Ophthalmology Times

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Introducing EyePod, podcasts by Ophthalmology Times. This new audible resource from Ophthalmology Times engages with key opinion leaders in interviews about the latest innovations in the areas of surgery, clinical diagnosis, pharmaceutical advancements, research, and technology, plus practice management.
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10 minutes of science is a new podcast series from The Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Ophthalmologists Women in Ophthalmology. Each edition features an expert in their field discussing an article of their choosing. These articles have been selected due to their impact on the real-world practice of ophthalmology. The series is aimed at the general comprehensive ophthalmologists and includes topics across a range of subspecialties. Hosted by Women in Ophthalmology Deputy Chair Dr ...
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Journal of Neuro-Ophthalmology keeps pace with important advances in all spheres of the neurologic and ophthalmologic sciences. Clinicians and researchers worldwide report on recent developments in diagnosing and treating ophthalmologic, neurologic, endocrine, inflammatory, and neoplastic conditions affecting the oculomotor and visual systems. The Journal publishes original, peer-reviewed articles on both clinical and basic aspects of neuro-ophthalmology. Other regular features include revie ...
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Eye to Eye is an ophthalmology podcast from the Royal College of Ophthalmologists. This podcast is presented by trainee Ophthalmologist, Sunil Mamtora; featuring up-to-date news and advice from the RCOphth, interviews with the researchers and clinicians behind the latest literature and clinical updates from the world of ophthalmology.
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Private equity (PE) firms acquired over 200 ophthalmology and optometry practices in the United States from 2021 through 2019. Dr. Rajesh Rao interviews author Dr. Gary Joseph Lelli about the implications of this trend and influence of PEs on care use and spending, from his Ophthalmology article, “Association of Private Equity Firm Acquisition of O…
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Vitreoretinal surgeon Dr. Matt Starr takes us through retinal detachments and everything a comprehensive ophthalmologist needs to know. From how to manage tears, treatment algorithms and practice patterns, and patient outcomes. This is a fun refresher on all things RDs. Subscribe to the podcast: https://MayoClinicOphthalmology.podbean.com Follow an…
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William Trattler, MD, joins Blake Williamson, MD, MPH, and Gary Wörtz, MD, to share a story in which a referring optometrist’s family member presented with dark brunescent cataracts in both eyes. He describes his initial approach and technique for managing these advanced cataracts, including the unexpected complication of a dropped lens and capsula…
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Dr. Shanika Esparaz, a woman entrepreneur and ophthalmologist, has made great strides in her career. Opening her own practice and establishing a different patient care model, she has shown her true entrepreneurial spirit. In this episode, Dr. Esparaz joins Dr. Shehzad Batliwala to expand on her story of opening her direct care ophthalmology practic…
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In this 2st part of the 3 part deep dive with ⁠Dr. Michael Abramoff⁠,⁠ Dr. Gagan Kalra⁠ (host) delves into his struggles and rewards around building a company, bringing products to market, and skills he needed to develop out of necessity. Referenced reading materials: ⁠~reimbursement of medical AI (Open Access -Free)⁠ Dr. Michael Abramoff, MD, PhD,…
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In our latest episode, host Dr. Rob Rothman interviews Greg Kunst, CEO of Aurion Biotech, to delve into the forefront of cell therapy for corneal disease. Join us to discover: Greg's journey from pivotal roles at Alcon and Glaukos to leading Aurion Biotech The innovative allogenic cell therapy technology developed by Aurion How this technology addr…
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X-linked retinoschisis is a relatively common inherited retinal degenerative disease that almost exclusively affects males. No curative medical therapy is available for this condition, however topical and oral carbonic anhydrase inhibitors have been used for the management of cystoid fluid collections. Dr. Drew Carey interviews authors Dr. Jonathan…
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In this episode of the Ophthalmology Business Podcast, host Guido Piquet is having an insightful conversation with Steve Gottfredson, owner of Brevium, about mastering patient recall. They discuss the fundamentals and benefits of a structured recall system. Steve also shares practical strategies learned from his life experiences to optimize recall …
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Tom Knutson, certified financial planner at Mayo Clinic joins us to give an in-depth look at wealth management for ophthalmologists. Mr. Knutson provides outstanding advice about everything from finding advisors and investigating firm fee structures, how to convert 529 accounts to Roth accounts, when to spend and when to save, to real estate and cr…
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This week's OIS Podcast features a compelling panel discussion from the Dry Horizons Symposium co-presented by Ora and OIS, held on May 3 in Seattle. The panel, comprising leading experts in ophthalmology and dry eye research, covered essential topics in the field: 🔹Advancements in Diagnostics: Insights into new tools and technologies for more accu…
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Uveitis is a heterogenous group of inflammatory eye diseases for which current cytokine-targeted immune therapies are effective for only a subset of patients. Dr. Edmund Tsui is joined by Dr. Lynn M. Hassman and MD/PhD student Joseph B. Lin to explore potential common underlying mechanisms that exist for immune cell recruitment in uveitis in their …
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Dr. Mark Lobanoff is truly "one of a kind," as one of his LinkedIn recommendations aptly describes. In this episode, you'll discover why that statement is 100% true. Dr. Lobanoff's unique ability to apply real-world observations to groundbreaking innovations has remarkably transformed the field of ophthalmology. A true entrepreneur at heart, he exc…
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Paul Walton, MD, continues the discussion with Blake Williamson, MD, MPH, and Gary Wörtz, MD, on approaches to anesthesia and nuances to manage potentially difficult patients during cataract and refractive surgery. Dr. Walton shares pearls to ensure a smooth day in the operating room, mitigating potential ophthalmology ‘horror stories.’…
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Join this vivid discussion between a prescriber of prostheses, a maker of prostheses, and a user of prostheses, brought together from all around the world through Eye Tea. This talk was recorded on Feb 26, 2022. JP Labuschange (@oneeyemodel) is a user of ocular prosthesis and has monocular vision. Originally from Africa, this trail-blazer aspires t…
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Today we are joined by Dr. John Chen, a professor of ophthalmology and neurology here at the Mayo Clinic for an interactive journal club including optic neuritis and MOGAD disease criteria and the effects of GLP-1RA on idiopathic intracranial hypertension. Banwell, Brenda, et al. "Diagnosis of myelin oligodendrocyte glycoprotein antibody-associated…
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Explore the cutting-edge world of ophthalmology with the Eye on Innovation Podcast. In the latest episode, Carey Powers hosts Dr. Rishi Singh and Dr. Michael Singer as they delve into how AI and robotics are transforming retina medicine, bringing unprecedented changes to diagnosis, clinical trials, and patient care. This insightful discussion provi…
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Vitamin A deficiency is the leading cause of preventable childhood blindness worldwide, but how does this deficiency present itself in a clinical setting? Dr. Drew Carey finds out as he interviews Dr. Nieraj Jain, author of “Characteristics of Vitamin A Deficiency Retinopathy at a Tertiary Referral Center in the United States.” Characteristics of V…
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In this episode, we are joined by Dr. Ashlie Bernhisel, an assistant professor of ophthalmology and specialist in corneal surgery and global health. Dr. Bernhisel discusses her career journey studying and contributing to ocular disease internationally. Listen in to learn about Global Ophthalmology resources and opportunities for physicians and resi…
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Niloufar Bineshfar with Eye TeaM interviews Dr. Jay Sridhar (Straight from the cutter's mouth) at the VBS Live 2024 in Miami. Join this on-the-floor conference lobby experience and learn about perspectives from our experts! Dr. Jay Sridhar is the chief of ophthalmology for the Olive View Medical Center, part of LA County hospital system and an Asso…
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In this compelling OIS podcast episode, host Dr. Rob Rothman engages in an insightful conversation with Dr. Malvina Eydelman, the Director of the FDA's Office of Ophthalmic, Anesthesia, Respiratory, ENT, and Dental Devices. Delve into Malvina's unique career journey and discover how her diverse background in engineering and ophthalmology has influe…
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An analysis of the IRIS® Registry shows IOL exchanges are increasing over time with vision improving 60% of the time, but worse visual outcomes associated with greater age, worse baseline vision, Black race, Hispanic ethnicity, Medicaid insurance, smoking, and concurrent vitrectomy. Dr. Matt Feng sits with authors Drs. David F. Chang and Fasika A. …
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Gone are the days of clunky filing systems and endless paperwork. Practice management is evolving rapidly, and Ashlie Malone, founder of Phone COA, is here to guide you through the exciting (and sometimes overwhelming) changes. In this episode, Ashlie explores how to leverage the latest practice management innovations to streamline workflows and bo…
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Paul Walton, MD, joins Blake Williamson, MD, MPH, and Gary Wörtz, MD, to share concepts to help cataract and refractive surgeons avoid horror stories in the OR. He says the goal should always be to have a “boring” day, emphasizing the importance of communication and understanding with patients. The surgeons also detail their approaches to anesthesi…
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Dr. Coleman joins us today to discuss her research in social determinants of health and how they relate to glaucoma diagnosis, management, and surgical outcomes. Dr. Coleman is a past president of the American Academy of Ophthalmology and current chair of the Stein Eye Institute. She shares her views on ophthalmology and the future, using big data …
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In the latest episode of the OIS podcast, host Dr. Rob Rothman delves into the transformative power of empathy with multi-Emmy award-winning actress and writer, Ellen Gould. Together, they explore the intersection of healthcare and storytelling, shedding light on the importance of patient-centered care and authentic narrative representation. Episod…
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The Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services Administration’s Health Workforce Simulation Model forecasts a sizeable shortage of ophthalmology supply relative to demand by the year 2035, with substantial geographic disparities. Dr. Edmund Tsui is here with author Dr. Sean T. Berkowitz to breakdown the implications of t…
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In this episode, two ophthalmology marketing experts, Naren and Ryan, engage in a discussion about the significant marketing errors that practice owners often make, which can greatly impact their patient acquisition. However, this episode goes beyond merely pointing out mistakes; Naren and Ryan also offer practical advice on how to steer clear of t…
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In this 1st part of the 3 part deep dive with Dr. Michael Abramoff, Dr. Gagan Kalra (host) delves into the life story of Dr. Abramoff. Referenced reading materials: ~reimbursement of medical AI (Open Access -Free) Dr. Michael Abramoff, MD, PhD, (FARVO) is the Robert C. Watzke, MD Professor of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences at the University of I…
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Today we are joined by Doctor Amir Khan, a professor of ophthalmology here at the Mayo Clinic for an interactive journal club doctor Khan brought two articles to our attention: Ophthalmology Workforce Projections in the United States, 2020 to 2035 - Ophthalmology (aaojournal.org) Endophthalmitis rates and risk factors following intraocular surgerie…
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In this episode, Dr. Jai Parekh shares his journey from ophthalmology to business leadership in healthcare. Raised in New Jersey, he initially pursued cardiology before discovering his passion for ophthalmology. Specializing in cornea and refractive surgery, he transitioned into the commercial side of the field, leveraging his clinical expertise an…
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Scleral buckling is a common surgical procedure for the repair of rhegmatogenous retinal detachment. The association between scleral buckling and angle-closure glaucoma is well-documented. However,the influence of scleral buckling on the development and progression of open-angle glaucoma is less well understood. Dr. Lori Provencher interviews Dr. A…
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Nathan M. Radcliffe, MD, joins Blake Williamson, MD, MPH, and Gary Wörtz, MD, to share his experiences managing complex patients with advanced-stage glaucoma. He shares a specific case of an 83-year-old man with a cataract and exfoliation glaucoma with an IOP of 56 mm Hg. Dr. Radcliffe walks through how he managed complications he encountered durin…
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In this Episode, Erick and Andrea chat about one of Andrea’s passion project: gardening. Dr. Tooley gardens to provide food to her family and shares what she’s learned about garden planning, seed starting, harvesting, and preserving food. If you’ve thought about starting seeds this spring, you can’t miss this info packed episode. Subscribe to the p…
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Not all leaders are created equal. Some leaders cling to power for decades with no interest in developing their team. Others struggle with embracing diversity, demanding everyone conform to their mold. However, there are leaders like Ben Seals who defy these limitations. In this episode, we will explore Ben's journey to becoming an outstanding lead…
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Don't miss the latest episode of the OIS Retina Podcast, where we sit down with optometrist and ophthalmology researcher Brian Levy for an illuminating discussion on the future of eye care. In this episode, Brian takes us on a journey through his career, from his early days in vet school to his groundbreaking work at Presbyterian Medical Center, Ae…
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Neuro-ophthalmology consultations are critical to the diagnosis and management in the hospital setting. Prompt consultation prevents diagnostic errors and improves patient outcomes. The scarcity of neuro-ophthalmologists means that the increasing outpatient demand cannot be met, prompting many emergency department referrals by non–neuro-ophthalmolo…
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