COS – THE EYECAN PODCAST- New Episodes!

The podcast features guest speakers from across Canada and innovative practitioners from around the world discussing diverse topics and how they impact ophthalmology. Topics range from emerging techniques and technologies to building individual resilience as Canadian physicians. Through it all, this podcast aims to build connections within the ophthalmological community, share our experiences, and to truly promote the value the profession brings to the lives of patients.

EyeCan Podcast – COS-SCO

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Episode Guide Season 3

Episode 1: Dr. Phil Hooper, COS President – Vision for 2023 and Beyond

Episode Guide Season 2

Episode 1: Intro to Season 2 and Part 1 of w/guest Lauren Brecher

Episode 2: Intro to Season 2 and Part 2 of w/guest Lauren Brecher

Episode 3
: Being a resident today w/guest Dr. Michael Nguyen

Episode 4
: Host Dr. Guillermo Rocha interviews another host, Dr. Setareh Ziai.

Episode 5: 
Strabismus Surgery w/guest Dr. Yi Ning J. Strube

Episode 6: 
Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion w/guest Dr. Nupura Bakshi

Episode 7: 2022 at the Canadian Ophthalmological Society w/guest Dr. Colin Mann

Episode 8: Talking Markets and Investments with MD Financial w/guest Craig Maddock and Ian Taylor

Episode 9: Bioinformatics, deep learning, and clinical epidemiology w/guest Dr. Cecilia Lee

Episode 10: Mindfulness and Physician Wellness w/guest Dr. Agnes Wong

Episode 11: Global Ophthalmology w/guest Dr. Vivian Yin

Episode Guide Season 1

Episode 1: Podcast introduction and working in COVID

Episode 2: Gene Therapy ft. Dr. Robert K. Koenekoop

Episode 3: Innovation in Glaucoma ft. Dr. Hady Saheb

Episode 4: COVID-19 Second wave and beyond ft. Dr. James Chodosh

Episode 5: Navigating Retirement ft. Dr. Yvonne Buys

Episode 6: Physician Wellness w/guest Dr. Nina Ahuj‪a‬

Episode 7:The COS in 2021 w/guests Dr. Colin Mann and Elisabeth Fowle‪r‬

Episode 8: Competence by Design w/guest Dr. Stephanie Baxter

Episode 9: The Eye Bank w/guest Dr. Clara Chan

Episode 10: Innovating During a Pandemic w/guest Dr. Ike Ahmed

Episode 11: Physician-focused Financial Advice w/MD Financial Management

Practical Review of Ophthalmology

Each month, you receive curated journal summaries providing new medical updates, a source of continuing medical education credits and where to go for more in-depth reviews. In addition, our audio commentaries tell you whether the new information confirms current protocols or suggests a practice change. With our new and improved mobile app, you can access Practical Reviews on the road, during workouts, between patients — whatever is easiest and most convenient.

This is continuing medical education your way.

Audio Digest Ophthalmology Lectures

With AudioDigest’s acclaimed state-of-the-art series of ophthalmology audio lectures, you’ll gain the knowledge and resources you need to be ready for anything to keep your ophthalmology practice healthy and strong.

AudioDigest brings together the most essential and up-to-date audio lectures in the field of ophthalmology, in which top ophthalmologists and other leading experts share their knowledge and techniques in presentations that are easy to follow, in an audio format that’s easy to use.

Cornea and External Disease, the Importance of Great Mentors and Giving Back – Dr. Allan Slomovic

The podcast that explores knowledge gaps in Ophthalmology and eye care.

In this episode, Dr. Allan Slomovic provides a high-level overview of current and emerging therapies for corneal and ocular surface diseases. Dr. Slomovic further shares stories of mentorship and philanthropy, as well as a very personal experience with COVID-19 as a patient himself.

Podcast – ESSILOR EYE POD

Essilor’s Eye Pod Canada is a podcast for ECPs where industry experts share insights on the light and dark side of eyeglass lenses.

MedED Talks Podcast – Curbside Consults on Retinal Vein Occlusion Management: Use of Imaging in Monitoring Treatment Response in RVO

Retinal vein occlusions (RVOs) are the second most common retinal vascular disorder after diabetic retinopathy. The early and accurate diagnosis of RVO is paramount so that therapy can be initiated in a timely manner to prevent vision decline. Newer imaging technologies integrated into current diagnostic algorithms are aiding in the diagnosis of RVO and guiding therapy. Further, significant visual and anatomic improvements have been demonstrated with anti-vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF) therapies in patients with central or branch RVO-related macular edema, and refinement of treatment protocols have the potential to further enhance outcomes as well as reduce treatment burden. In this curbside consult, Drs. Carl Regillo and David Eichenbaum examine innovations in imaging that can improve the monitoring of treatment response in patients with RVO.

In this curbside consult, Drs. Carl Regillo and David Eichenbaum examine innovations in imaging that can improve the monitoring of treatment response in patients with retinal vein occlusion (RVO).

Available Episodes:

Curbside Consults on Retinal Vein Occlusion Management: Use of Imaging in the Diagnosis of RVO
» Length: 22:14
Carl D. Regillo, MD, FACS (Host); Christina Y. Weng, MD, MBA
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Curbside Consults on Retinal Vein Occlusion Management: Treating RVO Early to Improve Outcomes
» Length: 20:59
Carl D. Regillo, MD, FACS (Host); Christina Y. Weng, MD, MBA
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Curbside Consults on Retinal Vein Occlusion Management: Deciphering New Data on RVO Treatment – How Do They Affect Real World Practice?
» Length: 10:28
Carl D. Regillo, MD, FACS (Host); David Eichenbaum, MD
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For more information visit: MedED Talks Website

The Lens Pod

Listen to The Lens Pod on Spotify. The Lens Pod is a medical student-run ophthalmology podcast that uses interviews with residents, fellows, and attendings to help medical student learners navigate the road to ophthalmology.

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MedED Talks Podcast- Innovative Approaches to the Treatment of Neovascular Retinal Diseases

Within this 6-part podcast series, experts in the field evaluate the latest safety and efficacy findings pertaining to emerging therapies that may advance the treatment of neovascular diseases, as well as provide discussion on how these emerging therapies may be incorporated into real-world practice.


Available Episodes: Drug Delivery Systems in Neovascular Retinal Disease
» Length: 15:29
Carl D. Regillo, MD, FACS (Host); Charles C. Wykoff, MD, PhD LISTEN NOW Inhibition of Ang-2: Potential Effect in AMD Treatment Paradigms
» Length: 13:47
Carl D. Regillo, MD, FACS (Host); Jeffrey S. Heier, MD LISTEN NOW Inhibition of Ang-2: Potential Effect in DME Treatment Paradigms
» Length: 14:36
Carl D. Regillo, MD, FACS (Host); Jeffrey S. Heier, MD LISTEN NOW Effective Treatment Interval Extensions in Neovascular Retinal Disease
» Length: 14:22
Carl D. Regillo, MD, FACS (Host); Charles C. Wykoff, MD, PhD LISTEN NOW Sustained Suppression of VEGF – What is the Effect? Where is the Evidence?
» Length: 16:35
Carl D. Regillo, MD, FACS (Host); Dante J. Pieramici, MD LISTEN NOW Effect of Subretinal Fluid on Visual Outcomes in Neovascular AMD
» Length:14:25
Carl D. Regillo, MD, FACS (Host); Dante J. Pieramici, MD LISTEN NOW

For more information visit: MedED Talks Website

Talking About Glaucoma Podcast

The Talking About Glaucoma podcast has been around since 2009. In each episode, Dr Robert Schertzer, a Vancouver-based glaucoma specialist, talks with a different glaucoma colleague about a hot topic in glaucoma. Episodes have included discussions about new surgical devices, landmark clinical trials and basic bread and butter glaucoma principles. If you get more out of the panel discussions at conferences than the paper presentations, then this podcast is for you!

Target Audience

Every episode is posted there, with an embedded player and some information regarding the content discussed and about the guest.

The episodes can also be accessed directly through the major podcast platforms: Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or a direct link to the website wholelottarob.com/tag-mp3 and https://www.wholelottarob.com/tag-aac