The June 2020 issue of the CJO is now available online. This issue features lots of great content, including:
Special supplement on Physician Wellness in Ophthalmology: The COS Physician Wellness Steering Committee served as the guest editors for this important supplement, which includes articles on physician burnout, ergonomics, life coaching for physicians, and results from the Canadian Medical Association’s National Physician Health Survey and the National Ophthalmologist Wellness Survey.
Elsevier has also created a special digibook edition of the supplement, which you can access here: CJO-wellness.elsevierdigitaledition.com. Both versions of the supplement will be freely available until September 21, 2020.
Resident Perspectives + visual abstract: Our residents have summarized 5 articles, highlighting information that is particularly relevant to learners here in Canada and around the globe, including the article featured in our June visual abstract, Relationship between optic disc hemorrhage and corneal hysteresis.
And a fantastic line-up of review articles, original research and more, including:
- Intense pulsed light therapy with meibomian gland expression for dry eye disease
- Polypoidal choroidal vasculopathy in Canada [open access]
- Characteristics and trends in publications of abstracts presented at the COS Annual Meetings: 2010–2015
- Guidelines for vismodegib in the management of periocular basal cell carcinoma
- Anterior approach levatorpexy for correction of congenital ptosis [open access]
- Acute orbital myositis preceding vesicular rash eruption in herpes zoster ophthalmicus [open access]
- Congenital sessile angioma [photo essay]
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