Editorial-Ophthalmology Times

Best place to retire: Florida, Costa Rica or Mars?
A resident’s memory of a patient
When an artist loses vision
The best is yet to comeWith the start of each new year also comes the hope for many innovations and advances. On top of that, I hope we can still make progress for our patients in our beloved field of ophthalmology.
How making numerous choices can lead to mental brain drain
An ophthalmologist’s experience with tele-medicineNot long ago, whilst on my way to work, I found myself listening to one of those call-in doctor radio programs. People gave their first names and then described some problem they, a family member, or a friend were experiencing. The all-knowing medical expert would then ask a few questions and steer the caller in a certain direction.
Are we ophthalmologists in the eye of the storm?
Are we ophthalmologists in the eye of the storm?This meteorological phenomenon is considered to have given rise to one of the most commonly misused phrases in the English language. Some people think the phrase means that the situation is a tumultuous one, as when The Economist magazine reported: “French bank shares, which have been in the eye of the storm, recovered sharply (BNP Paribas was up 13% on the day while Societe Generale rose by 5%).”
Seasons change but athletic eye injuries occur year-round
How to choose a subspecialty in ophthalmologyShub-ad loved ophthalmology, but was having trouble deciding on her subspecialty. She knew her wise chairman, Pay-Dro, would help her think through the options.
Ten-day workweek for ophthalmologistsI feel inspired to offer my own vision for the working future: the ten-day workweek for ophthalmologists.