The October 2020 CJO is finally available online. Some of the highlights in this issue include:
Resident Perspectives + visual abstract: Our residents have summarized 5 articles that they feel are relevant to ophthalmology learners here in Canada and around the globe, including the article featured in our October visual abstract, Quantifying vitreous inflammation in uveitis: an optical coherence tomography prospective.
Editorials: One from CJO Editor-in-Chief, Dr. Varun Chaudhary, on the importance of robust research methodology in the era of COVID-19 and beyond. Our second editorial, from Dr. Gordon Guyatt and his team at McMaster University, looks at how to develop trustworthy guidelines using the GRADE approach.
Original research, research letters, photo essays, and more, including:
- Evaluation of ophthalmology residents’ self-assessments and peer assessments in simulated surgery [original research]
- Exclusive cataract surgical focus among ophthalmologists: a population-based analysis [original research]
- National survey of Canadian Retina Society members on guidelines for ophthalmic care during the COVID-19 crisis [research letter]
- FLACS ophthalmic viscosurgical device press to prevent radial anterior capsular tears [research letter]
- Utility of patient face masks to limit droplet spread from simulated coughs at the slit lamp [case report]
- Infectious keratitis as the presenting sign of giant cell arteritis [case report]
- Insidious transpalpebral fistula secondary to scleral buckle [photo essay]
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