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In the emergency room it's about keeping many balls in the air – and keeping the circus outside
Just about halfway through our residency it happens, abruptly, unexpectedly.
Month posted :AprilYOUNG OPHTHALMOLOGISTS WRITING PRIZE
Entries are invited for the John Henahan writing competition
The theme for this year's John Henahan Prize for Young Ophthalmologists is "Recollections of My First Intraocular Surgery".
Month posted :AprilWHEN THINGS GO WRONG
Learning from mistakes – quickly corrected by a good teacher – is an integral part of residency
"It's upside down," said Dr Zijlmans. "It's open, in the bag and upside down."
Month posted :AprilAVOID PROPAGANDA AND LISTEN
Dr Jack Holladay MD, MSEE, FACS, who retired after a life-threatening medical crisis, looks back on his life and times and offers advice to young ophthalmologists
Dr Jack Holladay's many accomplishments include the invention of the Brightness Acuity Tester and the development of the "Holladay IOL Consultant" and "Refractive Surgery Consultant" software programs.
Month posted :AprilESCRS OBSERVERSHIP PROGRAMME IS HELPING YOUNG OPHTHALMOLOGISTS
40 grants of €1,000 are available for trainees and residents
Under the ESCRS Observership Programme, young ophthalmologists are given the opportunity to travel outside of their own country and experience clinical practice in a hospital or university setting.
Month posted :AprilTIME TO TREAT
The 2012 winning John Henahan Prize essay tells how a routine examination was not quite what it seemed
So, it was a typical busy morning. The outpatient clinics were overbooked and the waiting room was getting restless. I looked over the next chart, half of the notes were missing but that was not unusual.
Month posted :AprilA TINY DARK ROOM
From the clinician's thrill of diagnosis to the patient's depths of devastation
Some diagnoses elevate you, hold you aloft for a moment of wonder, and then drop you like a brick, leaving you flat on the pavement, crushed. I was working in the emergency room when we received a referral from an ophthalmologist: I hereby refer to you Mr Smits with an inferior "ablatio" retinae. That was it.
Month posted :AprilOPHTHALMOLOGY AS ART
The thrill of solo success can be counterbalanced by the anxiety of lonely failure
Month posted :AprilPOSITIVE FEEDBACK FROM OBSERVERSHIP PROGRAMME
Month posted :JuneRESIDENTS NEED SUPPORT
Month posted :JuneUSEFUL TIPS FOR EXAM STUDYING
Month posted :AprilESCRS E-LEARNING PROGRAMME WILL HELP YOUNG OPHTHALMOLOGISTS
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SURGEONS PERFORM BETTER WITH EYE MOVEMENT TRAINING
Month posted :NovemberLEIGH SPIELBERG WINS ESCRS YOUNG OPHTHALMOLOGISTS WRITING COMPETITION
Month posted :SeptemberYOUNG OPHTHALMOLOGIST FORUM MEETING TRAINING NEEDS
Month posted :SeptemberDR OLIVER FINDL LAUNCHES ESCRS OBSERVERSHIP PROGRAMME
Month posted :JuneYOUNG OPHTHALMOLOGISTS NEED MENTORS
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