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.
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.
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
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
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!
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 copy & paste one of these feed addresses into your podcasting app:
The BroadEYE Podcast explores knowledge gaps in ophthalmology and eye care, with guests hailing from ophthalmology and optometry clinics, vision research labs, industry, private companies, and the low vision community
The content we share can help ophthalmologists, residents, allied healthcare workers, and medical students stay up to date about the latest research developments, new diagnostic and therapeutic technologies, and any information pertinent to the low vision community.
- Bridge the scientific and clinical communities to clinicians, scientists, and patients.
- Describe the latest research in eye care and ophthalmology.
- Identify leaders in the low vision community.
- Provide knowledge in the understanding of eye disease through both clinical and scientific approaches.
- Explore the innovative thought process of industry and private companies in the ophthalmology sector.
- Communicate knowledge gaps in eye care for patients with low vision impairments.
- Keep a transparent communication with new diagnostics and treatments for eye diseases.
The podcast has its own webpage at www.broadeye.org. 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, Google Podcasts
Northern Exposure Podcast : Academic Ophthalmology – Dr. Rishi Gupta
Welcome to Northern Exposure, the podcast exploring physician careers available to Canadian medical students. Their goal is to help inform the decision of life after medical school, by exploring the stories of physicians who walked this path before us.
Podcast: Academic Ophthalmology – Dr. Rishi Gupta
ASCRS PODCASTS – Ophthalmology Quicksand Chronicles
“Ophthalmology Quicksand Chronicles with Nicole Fram, MD & Elizabeth Yeu, MD.” Dr. Fram and Dr. Yeu will explore those pivotal moments that every surgeon will inevitably encounter when the case may not be going as planned. Each episode will feature an expert in the field where our hosts will delve into those “quicksand” moments; more specifically, the surgeon will reflect upon the nuances and lessons learned from a surgical experience that ultimately helped them evolve as surgeons.
EPISODE # 1: IKE AHMED | Small Eye, Big Problem
In this inaugural episode, hear about the origin of the quicksand chronicles podcast where the hosts will dive deep into the psychology of how to prepare for challenging cases, evolve, and improve as a result. In this episode, Dr. Ike Ahmed from Prism Eye Institution will share one of his most challenging quicksand moments with the surgical management of a nanophthalmic eye, and learn how this complex case helped Dr. Ahmed pivot and move forward as an even greater surgeon.
CMPA Podcasts: Practically Speaking
About the Podcast: Listen to expert CMPA physician advisors discuss a variety of topics affecting Canadian physicians and their practice. Covering a range of topics – from reducing risk and enhancing safe medical care, to physician wellness and how the CMPA supports its members in a changing healthcare environment – these podcasts will cover what you need to know, when you need it most.
Dr. Steven Bellemare, CMPA Director of Practice Improvement, and Dr. Yolanda Madarnas, CMPA Physician Advisor
As Seen From Here Podcasts
About Podcast: Follow this podcast to get information about Ophthalmology
Frequency 1 episode / month
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