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Best College Of Optometrists podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best College Of Optometrists podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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Welcome to the Doctor Money Matters podcast. I am your host Dr. Tarang Patel, a practicing diagnostic radiologist in Phoenix, AZ. I started this podcast as a way to share knowledge about financial matters as they relate to health care professionals. We spent many years learning about the science and art of providing patient care but most of us have relatively little knowledge about reaching financial well being. I know that I had no formal training in setting up investment accounts, negotiat ...
 
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College Council member and optometrist Dr Parth Shah MCOptom continues his podcast takeover with part two of 'The Eyes and lows of lockdown'. In this episode, he talks to Ophthalmic Director and independent prescriber, Maninder Gudray MCOptom Dip TP(IP). They discuss the impact of COVID-19 on optical practices and what practice owners could be doin…
 
Daniel catches up with Angela Whitaker MCOptom following her webinar where she presented case studies from glaucoma clinical practice patients who have been diagnosed and managed by optometrists. Find out why patients’ increasing risk of sight loss requires increasing levels of qualification and experience in the health care professional who is car…
 
Welcome to the Doctor Money Matters Podcast. This is a podcast about financial topics related to the healthcare professional. I am your host Dr. Tarang Patel, a diagnostic radiologist in Arizona. Our guest was Cory Fawcett, MD a retired surgeon in Oregon who has written books for medical professionals including The Physicians guide to Real Estate I…
 
The COVID-19 lockdown seems to have given some people the opportunity to try their hand at new things. College Council member and optometrist Dr Parth Shah MCOptom has taken over our podcasts (temporarily, Parth!) and has produced a short series of three podcasts - The eyes and lows of lockdown. Parth and his guests will provide advice, support and…
 
In this episode of WebinarXtra, Daniel talks to Kate Powell MCOptom, who answers questions from her recent webinar on diabetic retinopathy. The webinar was designed to help optometrists build their confidence in recognising the features of diabetic retinopathy, manage their patients, and learn how their role links with other aspects of diabetic pat…
 
Professor Bernard Gilmartin FCOptom has very severe macular degeneration which has resulted in a dramatic loss of vision in one eye and threatens the vision in his other. He has undergone a prolonged and challenging battle that has involved extensive surgery in an attempt to save the vision in his only eye. Martin spoke to Professor Gilmartin and M…
 
A little later than planned, this month we talk to the inspirational Professor Shahina Pardhan - the first female Professor of Optometry in the UK. Professor Pardhan talks to Martin and guest host, Dr Susan Blakeney FCOptom, about her experience, the obstacles she faced in her own career and what can be done to remove those barriers for future gene…
 
This is a special episode of the podcast in which I am introducing a new project I am working on with Dr. Disha of the Frugal Physician. We are starting a YouTube series called What’s Up Docs? to talk about what's trending in physician social media. In this episode we discuss: a proposed residency for nurse practitioners and physician assistants in…
 
Optometry in Practice (OiP) Editor-in-Chief, Professor Leon Davies FCOptom, talks to Dr Jonathan Denniss MCOptom, one of the authors of a recent paper on the use of optical coherence tomography (OCT) in the detection and diagnosis of glaucoma. Jonathan talks about the strengths and limitations of using OCT for glaucoma diagnosis and gives practical…
 
This month we look at a different aspect of optometry - eyewear trends through the ages. Following on from London Fashion week, Neil Handley, Curator of the College Museum, discusses the history of spectacles with Daniel, exploring their unique status as a medical device and fashion accessory. Neil also talks to Senior Tutor in Footwear Accessories…
 
In this episode of WebinarXtra, Professor Bruce Evans FCOptom replies to the member questions there wasn't enough time to answer during his recent webinar. The webinar covered diagnosis of binocular vision anomalies, how to identify and investigate conditions that can be treated by an optometrist, those that require referral, or do not require trea…
 
Dr. Karen Sibert, an anesthesiologist in California, wrote an article that went viral last week and this weekend as a response to the repeated attacks on physicians by the media and by economists or other "policy experts". The Washington Post said physicians were behaving like muggers. A Noble prize winning economist called us rent seekers. We disc…
 
In the first episode of 2020, Martin and Daniel introduce Jasleen Kaur Jolly MCOptom, optometrist and researcher working at the Nuffield Laboratory of Ophthalmology and Wellcome Integrative Neuroimaging centre, University of Oxford, and Oxford Eye Hospital. Jasleen talks to Martin about how she got into research, imposter syndrome, how gene therapy…
 
On this episode we talk with Ian Ippolito who runs a real estate crowd funding website which is a valuable resource for those who are interested in this space. We talk about Ian's approach to real estate investing. Evaluate sponsor first (experience through a full business cycle) Lots of sponsors right now have not gone through a downturn Look at t…
 
On this episode we talk with Dr. Falgun Chokshi, a radiologist and thought leader in artificial intelligence. We talk about the role of AI in the future of medicine. Will AI replace radiologists? Will there be fewer jobs for physicians in the future? What are the capabilities of AI and where does it fall short? We also talk about why the stakes are…
 
WebinarXtra answers all those member questions we didn't have time to cover during our popular webinars. In this episode, Daniel talks to Adam Wannell MCOptom about glaucoma decision making. You can watch the webinar on the College's member learning area: https://learning.college-optometrists.org/course/view.php?id=208 --- Send in a voice message: …
 
In November we published a hospital optometry special issue of Optometry in Practice (OiP) to coincide with the AOP Hospital Optometrists Annual Conference. The College's Director of Research, Michael Bowen, went along to the conference to talk to one of the authors from the special edition, Dr Vijay Anand MCOptom, Deputy Head of Optometry at Moorf…
 
In her recent webinar (https://learning.college-optometrists.org/course/view.php?id=213), Polly Dully MCOptom advised members on how to interpret OCT results of several patients with common ocular pathologies, and how to differentiate normal from abnormal. In this episode of WebinarXtra, Daniel asks all those questions we didn’t have time to cover …
 
New to our podcast, Daniel and Martin bring you WebinarXtra, where we answer all those member questions we didn’t have time to answer during our webinars. This time, we’re talking to Dr Nicola Logan MCOptom about myopia management. You can watch a recording of Dr Logan’s webinar on the College’s learning area: https://learning.college-optometrists.…
 
Optometry in Practice (OiP) Editor-in-Chief, Professor Leon Davies FCOptom, talks to Dr Susie Jones MCOptom, about her recent paper on 'Myopia management with soft contact lenses'. This episode includes Dr Jones’ top tips for optometrists thinking about offering myopia management, advice on managing patients’ expectations, and much more To read Dr …
 
In this episode of The College of Optometrists' podcast, Daniel talks to Simon Frackiewicz MCOptom who works as an optometrist and orthoptist both in a hospital setting and private practice. Simon regularly delivers lectures and workshops to optometrists on binocular vision. He talks about the difference between orthoptics and optometry, how the tw…
 
On this episode, my guest is Dan Gauthier of the Rose Law Group in Scottsdale, AZ. We are talking about Opportunity Zones. We discuss what they are, how they can be a tax advantage investment. Dan has written about these previously in national media and I thought he would be a great resource to learn more about them. He is not selling anything whic…
 
Genetic, or genomic testing, seems to be available for diagnosing a wide range of health conditions, but what if we could use the same method to predict myopia? Martin and Daniel introduce the latest episode in which Martin talks to Director of Research at Cardiff University, Professor Jeremy Guggenheim MCOptom who discusses the impact of genetics …
 
When College Member, John Campbell MCOptom, set off for work two years ago, he had no idea how the day would unfold. Faced with a member of the public who had just been the victim of a chemical attack, John describes the horrific injuries and the steps he took to try to save his sight. In this podcast, Daniel talks to Neil, the victim of the chemic…
 
Martin introduces this special bonus podcast, in which our museum curator, Neil Handley, interviews the College's artist in residence for 2019, Iluá Hauck da Silva. Iluá talks about the inspiration for her work, including growing up a medical household and her own vision problems. Iluá's exhibition 'Pathos ocularis - the Beautiful and the Curious' …
 
On this episode, my guest is Amy Mecozzi Cho MD, an emergency medicine physician in MN who is passionate about making sure physicians voices are heard, particularly on the issue that is all over the news lately, Surprise (Balance) Billing. This is when the medical group providing the care charges the patient the balance between their fees and the (…
 
On this episode, my guests are a group of physicians who are in the Direct Primary Care space. They each have their own practice. Dr. Jessica Edwards is starting a practice in TX. Dr. Mitch Li is starting one in the Chicago area. Dr. Clodagh Ryan has a 2 year old practice also in Chicago and is a veteran and mentor in this space. In the era of phys…
 
Optometry in Practice (OiP) Editor-in-Chief, Professor Leon Davies FCOptom, interviews Dr Paramdeep Singh Bilkhu MCOptom about his recent paper on managing ocular allergies in optometric practice. Find out why allergic conjunctivitis is likely to be underdiagnosed; how to choose the best medication for your patients; and much more. To read Dr Bilkh…
 
Martin Cordiner, Head of Research, and Daniel Hardiman-McCartney, Clinical Adviser talk all things referral in this month's College of Optometrists podcast. Martin speaks to Patrick "Paddy" Gunn, Principal Optometrist for Education and Training at The Manchester Royal Eye Hospital, about life in the hospital, glaucoma referral research and educatio…
 
Martin Cordiner, Head of Research, and Daniel Hardiman-McCartney, Clinical Adviser host this month's College of Optometrists podcast. Martin talks to Professor Pete Coffey about the 'London Project to cure Blindness'. Find out about the team's journey to prevent blindness using stem cell therapies to restore sight and improve the quality of life of…
 
On this episode, my guest is Nick McCullum of SureDividend.com. We talk about dividend investing as a strategy. Everyone likes the idea of passive income and dividends are about as passive as it gets. Money comes in monthly, quarterly, or whatever frequency the company pays it out. Sure there are risks, but over the long term, dividend paying stock…
 
On this episode, my guest is Dr. Disha of The Frugal Physician blog. We talked about her journey from being in debt to quickly paying off loans as a primary care physician despite a few financial setbacks. Obviously it is easier to payback loans in a dual high income couple but for many of my listeners, there is only one earner or one high income e…
 
My guest on this podcast is Sarah Fallaw, PhD author of the new book. The Next Millionaire Next Door. This is a follow up to the blockbuster book that her father wrote, The Millionaire Next Door. Sarah and her father worked on the follow up together, but he passed away prior to the release. That book was a big inspiration for me to get my financial…
 
This is part 2 of the podcast are Ed Comitz and Stephanie Tsang. Ed is an attorney in AZ who specializes in disability insurance lawsuits. Stephanie is a broker who deals with who deals with disability insurance. Ep 44 is part 1, which you should listen to first if you have not done so yet. We talk about the basic information needed for physicians …
 
My guests on this podcast are Ed Comitz and Stephanie Tsang. Ed is an attorney in AZ who specializes in disability insurance lawsuits. Stephanie is a broker who deals with who deals with disability insurance. We talk about the basic information needed for physicians regarding disability insurance. We clear up some of the misconceptions. We discuss …
 
My guests on this podcast are Drs Nii and Renee Darko who paid back significant educational loans nearing nearly $670k over a 3 year period in order to take back control of their financial futures. Nii is a trauma surgeon and Rene is a Ob/Gyn and they worked very hard to pay down this debt. We talk about how they acquired so much debt. What was the…
 
Part 2. Private Equity buying medical groups -- What’s the deal? Ep 42 is part 2 (Ep 41 is part 1) of the episode talking about private equity buying medical groups. There is an increasing amount of private equity purchasing/partnering of medical practices in the US. We are seeing in in a variety of fields such as radiology, anesthesiology, emergen…
 
Welcome to the Doctor Money Matters Podcast. This is a podcast about financial topics related to the healthcare professional. I am your host Dr. Tarang Patel, a diagnostic radiologist in Arizona. The topic on this episode is the increasing amount of private equity purchasing/partnering of medical practices in the US. We are seeing in in a variety o…
 
The 2018 Medscape Salary and Wealth/Net Worth Survey Your income is the biggest contributor to your overall financial health for most people. As physicians we don’t always know what we are worth. It is important to look at the market data. My guest on this podcast is Lesley Kane of Medscape business of medicine who is in charge of the annual physic…
 
Martin Cordiner, Head of Research, and Daniel Hardiman-McCartney FCOptom, Clinical Adviser, talk to Dr Deanna Taylor MCOptom about her research looking at age-related macular degeneration (AMD) through patients' eyes in The College of Optometrists' pilot podcast. Deanna was the winner of the George Giles Postgraduate Research Prize in 2017. --- Sen…
 
Negotiation for MDs How are your negotiation skills? Do you love bargaining or do you cringe at the thought of trying to make a deal. Negotiation is a critical tool in our careers and can literally make or break our financial and professional futures. My guest Robert Felberg, MD talks about important topics in negotiation as they relate to physicia…
 
Doc G This is a 2 part episode, so make sure you also listened to episode 37 (part 1) first How did this internal medicine physician achieve a high net worth ($6M) at a young age? How was he able to 5X his income from the time he started practicing to now as a primary care physician in a large metro area? Many physicians are resigned to the work, w…
 
Ep 37 This is a 2 part episode, so make sure you listen to episode 38 (part 2) How did this internal medicine physician achieve a high net worth ($6M) at a young age? How was he able to 5X his income from the time he started practicing to now as a primary care physician in a large metro area? Many physicians are resigned to the work, work, work men…
 
WTF is up MOC? (Part 2) If you have not listened to part 1, please do so first. (Ep 35) How many of you listening write checks to your specialty board for the privilege of Maintenance of Certification? I will pay over $3k over a 10 yr period plus a ton of paperwork to my board so they can sign off on my certification. Most of you listeners do so as…
 
WTF is up MOC? How many of you listening write checks to your specialty board for the privilege of Maintenance of Certification? I will pay over $3k over a 10 yr period plus a ton of paperwork to my board so they can sign off on my certification. Most of you listeners do so as well. We do this because its just another of the burdensome regulations …
 
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