Cataract surgery in special conditionsWednesday, February 10, 2021
It is very important for a young cataract surgeon to know that not every patient with cataract is the same.
Gathering and sharing evidenceTuesday, February 9, 2021
Young Ophthalmologists Programme will take full advantage of live online format
Dr Jennifer Kim wins John Henahan PrizeFriday, October 23, 2020
The winner of this year’s John Henahan Prize is Dr Jennifer Kim, a Specialist Registrar at the Manchester Royal Eye Hospital, UK.
Make the most of virtual ESCRSFriday, October 2, 2020
Sorcha Ní Dhubhghaill offers a guide to the ESCRS Virtual Congress and says that the online congress will let you follow everything you want at the pace that suits you, in your own home.
Back to workThursday, October 1, 2020
Maternity leave and lockdown have similar effects on out-of-practice surgeons
A humble servantTuesday, September 1, 2020
In his shortlisted essay for the 2020 John Henahan Prize, Dr Peng Sim explains how he sees humans and technology working together like a rider on a horse
Do androids dream of the perfect rhexis?Tuesday, September 1, 2020
In her shortlisted essay for the 2020 John Henahan Prize, Dr Claudette Veldhuizen looks to the past to imagine the future of robots in cataract surgery
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.
A humbling experienceFriday, July 31, 2020
Allie Lee reports on adjusting to life away from the clinic as she attempts to juggle academic work with parenting