Thousands of ophthalmologists from all over the world attended the 36th Congress of the ESCRS in Vienna, Austria. The Congress, which convened from 22-26 September 2018, showcased some of the most exciting developments in cataract and refractive surgery, with presentations from some of the key opinion leaders in the world of ophthalmology.Read ESCRS Vienna 2018 Articles
Is there life after ophthalmology? If you’re an opthalmologist nearing retirement age, you might be asking yourself that question.Thursday 11 Oct
Patrick Condon will receive a Lifetime Achievement Award from the United Kingdom and Ireland Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons at their Annual MeetingTuesday 09 Oct
Joséphine Behaegel, 2018 winner of the John Henahan Writing Prize, describes how her mentor came into her lifeTuesday 02 Oct
The ESCRS Academy convened at the recent Baltic Eye Surgeons Talk Show.Tuesday 02 Oct
New approach to lateral canthal tightening and medial retractor plication shows good results and low recurrenceTuesday 02 Oct
Burnout affects the health of doctors as well as the quality of care provided to patientsTuesday 02 Oct
Research in neurophysiology suggests new targets for neuroprotection in glaucomaTuesday 02 Oct
The distractions of technology in the classroom are nothing newTuesday 02 Oct
Cataract surgery has moved from high risk to safetyTuesday 02 Oct
First recipients of the Joseph Colin Keratoconus Award.
SIGNIFICANT advances are being made in unlocking the secrets of the cornea’s biomechanical properties
THE winner of this year’s Peter Barry Fellowship is Andreas Frings.
Ophthalmologists and top marketing consultants advise ESCRS delegates on how they can best manage and grow their practices
Posters judged on originality, scientific quality, relevance to clinical practice and presentation.
THE winning videos in the 2018 Video Competition highlight some innovative independent research
Ophthalmology can benefit from more rigorous application of evidence-based medicine