PRC Recommended

June 30, 2020

The New Normals

The New Normals COVID has ushered in a bunch of new normals. The way we run clinic, how we vacation, and where our kids go to “school”. A more long-term change we may see in our profession is how we...

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Recommended COVID-19 Resources

Recommended COVID-19 Resources On 11 March 2020, World Health Organization (WHO) declared that the COVID-19 outbreak was a pandemic. What seemed to be overnight, our clinical, academic and personal lives turned upside down grappling with this new reality. COVID-19 has...

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Royal College of Canada: Key Literature in Medical Education (KeyLime) Podcast

Key Lime Podcast As ophthalmologists many of us have multiple roles in the course of our day – including being a clinician, a researcher and an educator. Medical school and residency generally prepare us for the medical knowledge, clinical and...

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Straight from the Cutter’s Mouth: A Retina Podcast

I have a secret…I love listening to podcasts! There is something very relaxing to me about simply turning off a screen, slipping on some headphones and listening to someone tell a story. Whatever your interests may be, I would bet...

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Neuro-Ophthalmology Virtual Education Library

The Neuro-Ophthalmology Virtual Education Library (NOVEL) has been one of my favorite educational resources as a resident and still continues to be one that I go back to as part of my general practice. Neuro-ophthalmology cases can sometimes be hiding...

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Eyerounds.org

Working at an academic institution I am often exposed to which universities are at the forefront of providing great educational resources. One of the major players in this field is the University of Iowa Ophthalmology Department that has been diligently...

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Cybersight.org

A classic ophthalmology online resource, cybersight.org, recently had a facelift to its website design making it even more user-friendly. I have been a frequent visitor to the website since I was in training because of the plethora of free textbooks,...

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March 2, 2019

Post-LASIK IOL calculations

Ms. PRK tells me she isn’t overly worried about her refractive outcome following cataract surgery. But, she’s also had previous refractive which certainly causes me to raise a red flag! This is a patient who clearly cares (or at least...

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Finessing your Retinopathy of Prematurity (ROP) Skills

Just recently, an ophthalmology resident that was nearing the end of their pediatrics rotation said to me, “All the ROP babies we have screened together have no ROP or ROP not requiring treatment. I’m afraid that when I go into...

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