The Sherlock Holmes momentSaturday, August 1, 2020
Robotic surgery is not new. It has been around for many years, successfully tried and tested in various surgical specialties.
Heads above the parapetSaturday, August 1, 2020
Advances in technology are undeniable, as is our ever-growing dependence upon it. Again, this is probably most apparent within the ophthalmic specialty.
Wearing different capsFriday, July 31, 2020
Young ophthalmologists were among those drafted in to fight the COVID-19 pandemic in Morocco
Training the trainersThursday, July 30, 2020
Providing the best environment for trainees starts with ensuring high standards in their trainers.
Best practice for trainers and traineesThursday, July 30, 2020
Many doctors will tell you that their years as a trainee were the best of their medical careers. A time when new skills, knowledge and techniques are learnt on a near daily basis.
Beyond base campSaturday, February 1, 2020
In the first piece in a new series, Sorcha Ní Dhubhghaill MD reports on how the learning curve never really ends
A Symbiotic RelationshipFriday, December 6, 2019
In his prizewinning 2019 John Henahan Prize essay, Dr Luke Sansom reflects on the journey he and his family have taken over the years of his career
Prioritise and delegateTuesday, July 9, 2019
In her shortlisted essay for the 2019 John Henahan Prize, Dr Allie Lee asserts that balance can only come living a life that accords well with one’s core values and priorities.
Different DirectionsTuesday, July 9, 2019
In his shortlisted essay for the 2019 John Henahan Prize, Dr Daniel Gosling describes how he managed to find a balance between, studying, working and spending time with children
The Real DealTuesday, July 9, 2019
In her shortlisted essay for the 2019 John Henahan Prize, Dr Julia Fajardo-Sanchez shares the principles for juggling a love of ophthalmology with that of your family