Best Ophthalmic podcasts we could find (Updated February 2019)
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Host Gary Wörtz, MD, invites a range of experts to guide listeners through their areas of expertise, inserting thought-provoking questions along the way. From disruptive treatments and technologies to tried-and-true ophthalmic practices, Ophthalmology off the Grid lends a curious perspective to topics new and old for an honest look at ophthalmology today.
 
In the same spirit that Marco has invested nearly a half century, striving to advance the EyeCare profession with intelligent and relevant diagnostic solutions and automated process efficiencies, Marco is now privileged to be launching a series of Podcast discussions that will directly address the difficult issues that are both engulfing and shaping our industry. Relevant issues that directly impact the lifeblood of Ophthalmology and Optometry- both separately and entwined, will be engaged a ...
 
Welcome to the RVC veterinary clinical podcast. In these shows, Dominic Barfield, with the technical help of Brian Cox talks to a variety of different faculty/specialists/clinicians from the RVC about clinical relevant material to everyone in practice, if you are just about to start your veterinary career or you are a seasoned professional we aim to provide something for everyone. Whether you’re listening whilst you are cooking dinner, driving home, walking the dog or even at the gym, we wan ...
 
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Joining Brian and myself in the studio we are delighted to have Dr Richard Meeson, senior lecturer in small animal orthopaedics here at the RVC. He is a fountain of knowledge although we thought we would narrow our conversation to hip dysplasia. We hope that you enjoy. Some papers of interest: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/28576269 https: ...…
 
Although we have chased him for a while (everyone has full schedules these days) we have managed to entice one of our equine colleagues to join Brian and myself in the studio, Dr Mike Hewetson. Mike is senior lecturer in equine medicine here at the RVC. We thought that we’d ask him about equine gastric ulcer syndrome, it seems he knows quite a ...…
 
Joining Brian and myself in the studio is Tom Greensmith, one of our ECC staff clinicians here at the RVC. We thought that we’d ask him about the management of diabetic ketoacidosis in dogs and cats. We hope that you enjoy. Some papers of interest: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/26551019 https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/28017407 https:/ ...…
 
Joining Brian and myself in the studio is Dr Rebecca Geddes, one of our lectures here at the RVC in internal medicine and part of a fantastic research group looking into renal disease in cats. We thought that we’d ask her about calcium and phosphate and what we need to do about it with our clinical patients. We hope that you enjoy. Some papers ...…
 
Back in the studio after welcoming in the New Year, Brian and I are joined by Dr Steven De Decker, senior lecturer and head of our neurology and neurosurgery service here at the RVC. We talk to Steven about vertebral malformations in brachycephalic breeds. We hope that you enjoy and Happy New Year. Some papers of interest: https://www.ncbi.nlm. ...…
 
Kevin Waltz, OD, MD, talks to host Gary Wörtz, MD, about his recent experience as an ophthalmic patient. He shares his personal story as a way to help his fellow physicians better understand what their patients experience when undergoing surgery.
 
Back in the studio after our Christmas shopping Brian and I are joined by Simon Cook, one of our fabulous lecturers in Emergency and Critical Care here at the RVC. We talk to Simon about fluid therapy and what is changing. Some papers of interest: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/27914759 https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/27914756 In fact ...…
 
Host Gary Wörtz, MD, covers the topic of private equity with two different guests. First, Jim Loden, MD, offers some historical perspective on the subject, then later, Tal Raviv, MD, gives his thoughts on the potential benefits and drawbacks of private equity in ophthalmology.
 
Host Gary Wörtz, MD, speaks to Ken Beckman, MD, about his contributions to innovations taking place in the cornea space. He touches on different topics surrounding corneal crosslinking and the challenges the treatment presents.
 
Host Gary Wörtz, MD, takes some time this Thanksgiving to talk about the people who have helped him become the ophthalmologist he is today and invites others to share stories of what they're thankful for.
 
Listen as Marjan Farid, MD, and host Gary Wörtz, MD, discuss the late Roger Steinert, MD, an icon in the field of ophthalmology who passed away last year. Farid describes the valuable lessons she learned from watching him work and how she tries to emulate him in her daily interactions with patients.
 
In the studio and with better audio now that Brian is recording this time, we are joined a year later by a previous RVC graduate Dave Beeston. We follow up on Dave’s transition into being a professional and find out if he still cooks once a week to prepare all his meals. He continues to be involved in a variety of different things and no doubt ...…
 
Back in the studio with Brian and we are joined by Laura Cole, one of our final year residents in Emergency and Critical Care here at the RVC. Laura worked in small animal private practice for a number of years before she completed a rotating internship with us at the RVC and stayed on to have further clinical training in ECC. She wrote an arti ...…
 
Live from the 2018 AAO meeting in Chicago, host Gary Wörtz, MD, catches up with John Hovanesian, MD, and David Goldman, MD. Drs. Hovanesian and Goldman comment on the new IOL technologies changing the cataract space, the importance of creating a positive practice environment, the potential impact of private equity, and more.…
 
Back in the studio, joined by Simon Cook, one of our fabulous lecturers in Emergency and Critical Care here at the RVC. We talk to Simon about pericardial effusions and their management. We’ve hit 88 podcasts, 88 miles per hour allowed for time travel, not sure we are there yet. We hope that you enjoy. Some papers of interest: https://www.ncbi. ...…
 
Audrey Talley Rostov, MD, talks to Gary Wörtz, MD, about her passion for working with organizations such as SightLife and Ophthalmic World Leaders. She also describes spending time as a child at her grandfather's dermatology practice and the strategic early career choices that helped her land in the right position.…
 
Forced out of the studio, we find ourselves in Brian’s office. We are lucky enough to have Sarah Stewart join us who is one of our staff clinicians in internal medicine and oncology here at the RVC. She did her training at the AMC in New York and has a great approach to managing cases, and one of her passions which spans both internal medicine ...…
 
Listen as Karl Stonecipher, MD, speaks with host Gary Wörtz, MD, about the bold individuals in the field of ophthalmology who helped pave a pathway forward for others, and why it's important to be open to new ideas. Dr. Stonecipher is a clinical associate professor at the University of North Carolina, and he has a private practice where he spec ...…
 
86 Intervertebral Disk Herniation Today we are joined by Elsa Beltran one of our fabulous lecturers in small animal neurology and neurosurgery here at the RVC. We are in the studio, and Brian is on the whistles and faders, so hopefully the audio quality is good from the start. Today we discuss the different types of intervertebral disk extrusio ...…
 
Host Gary Wörtz, MD, sits down with Blake Williamson, MD, MPH, at MillennialEYE Live for another live Ophthalmology off the Grid interview. Dr. Williamson, a legacy ophthalmologist in practice with his father, talks about the challenges he faced early on as a student, what it means to be a millennial in the field, and the pros and cons of worki ...…
 
Sumitra Khandelwal, MD, joins Gary Wörtz, MD, to talk about the mentors who helped guide her early in her career. She also discusses what led her to pursue ophthalmology and the valuable advice she passes on to her residents today.
 
Today we are joined by Andy Phillips one of our lecturers in small animal orthopaedics here at the RVC. We are in the studio, and Brian is on the whistles and faders from the start. We thought we would discuss canine patellar luxation, what it is and how they can be managed. Some papers of interest: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/27008322 ...…
 
We are back in the studio, and our second take we actually located Brian to help record. We are joined by Sarah Stewart who is one of our staff clinicians in internal medicine and oncology here at the RVC. She did her training at the AMC in New York and has a great approach to managing canine tracheal collapse as I found out on the shop floor, ...…
 
Host Gary Wörtz, MD, sits down with Jay Sridhar, MD, Associate Professor of Clinical Ophthalmology at Bascom Palmer Eye Institute and host of Straight From the Cutter's Mouth: A Retina Podcast. Dr. Sridhar talks about starting his own podcast and sheds light on his own journey into ophthalmology, his passion for working with residents, and what ...…
 
William Wiley, MD, and Neda Shamie, MD, speak with Gary Wörtz, MD, about what drives them to go to meetings and which meetings they most enjoy. Listen as they discuss how big meetings compare to boutique meetings, how to use these events to make meaningful connections, and what's in store for ME Live 2018 in Austin.…
 
Parag Majmudar, MD, joins Gary Wörtz, MD, to talk about the occasions when it might be best to say no to a patient seeking care. They discuss the red flags to watch out for when meeting a new patient and the importance of looking beyond the eye and considering the patient's overall well-being.
 
This is the second part of the conversation that we had with Roser Tetas one of our fantastic lecturers in veterinary ophthalmology here at the RVC. We talk about some common ophthalmic conditions in horses. There are some ophthalmology courses run through the RVC CPD (other course providers are available, though not sure that they would all be ...…
 
In the studio though without Brian’s help, which was needed as the we had a rookie error where we lost power. Joined by Roser Tetas one of our fabulous lecturers in veterinary ophthalmology here at the RVC. We talk about the differences and an overview of how to perform an ophthalmic exam in a horse in this pod. We started off saying it is the ...…
 
Back in Brian’s office as the studio was busy, different microphones though luckily a fabulous guest. Nell Fitzgerald one of our lecturers in diagnostic imaging here at the RVC. We have a chat about the technical aspects of ultrasound and tips on how to get the best out of your machine if you are starting off, or if you are experienced but ofte ...…
 
Back in the studio this week with Brian controlling the levels. We are lucky to be joined by Barbara Glanemann, senior lecturer in small animal internal medicine here at the RVC. She has an interest in immune mediated diseases and we have a chat about her approach to immune mediated haemolytic anaemia. How you make a diagnosis, the other tests ...…
 
Celebrating the 30th anniversary of laser vision correction, Gary Wörtz, MD, speaks to Marguerite McDonald, MD, about performing the first PRK procedure. Dr. McDonald shares the trials and tribulations of pioneering a new technique and the criticism she endured in the process.
 
Kicked out of the studio, so back in Brian’s office, though he is there to help with the whistles and faders and we are joined by the wonderful Stefano Cortellini, one of our lecturers in Emergency and Critical Care. We turn the clock back to think of 5 things that you should consider when managing your first emergency cases. Examine the patien ...…
 
Today joining Brian and myself in the studio is Lynda Rutherford, one of our small animal surgery lecturers here at the RVC. We have a chat about Brachycephalic Obstructive Airway Syndrome, or Brachycephalic Airway Syndrome. Although we are back in the studio, there seemed to be lots of chat going on outside, apologies. We discuss about objecti ...…
 
Today Brian and I speak to Kata Veres-Nyéki one of our lecturers here at the RVC in anaesthesia and analgesia. We are back in the studio, hopefully the acoustics are better. We chat about premedication and induction in the field and in a hospital environment. We hope that you enjoy. Good luck to those taking final year exams. Some articles of i ...…
 
Today Brian and I speak to Charlotte Johnston one of our lecturers here at the RVC in oncology. We are out of the studio and in Brian’s office, so please excuse the background fridge noise. We speak about how best to obtain an oncological diagnosis, from FNAs to PRAs. We hope that you enjoy. Some articles of interest (there are quite a few): Ri ...…
 
Today Professor Adrian Boswood joins Brian and myself in the studio to talk about how to read a paper. In the digital age many people can access information, though in a professional sense we need to learn how to process this and evaluate the information to understand if and how it can be applied to our patients. We hope that you enjoy. Don't f ...…
 
Today we are talking to Andy Fiske-Jackson, our senior lecturer in Equine Surgery here at the RVC about lameness. We talk about his approach to working up a lameness and the use of motion sensors. A hot topic, experience might help though there is always bias, perhaps video recording can help or even better motion sensors? We hope that you enjo ...…
 
The landscape of medicine is rapidly changing, and physicians need to adapt. Jai G. Parekh, MD, speaks with Gary Wörtz, MD, about the business side of ophthalmology, the relationship between physicians and industry, and where he thinks ophthalmologists fit into the overall health care equation.
 
Today Brian and I are joined in the studio by both Zoe Halfacree and Rosanne Jepson, both senior lectures in their respective fields of soft tissue surgery and internal medicine here at the RVC. They are also both on the infection control committee here in our small animal teaching hospital (Queen Mother Hospital for Animals) and next week it i ...…
 
Today Brian and I finally manage to lure Associate Professor David Connolly into the studio (we had to bribe with cake). David is a RVC stalwart, and a member of the Cardiology team. We cover approach to diagnosis and treatment with a bit of jumping around here and there. Don't forget your stethoscope, and your ultrasound. And maybe your ECG. W ...…
 
Laura M. Periman, MD, joins Gary N. Wörtz, MD, to discuss management approaches for dry eye and ocular surface disease. Dr. Periman says that treating dry eye is akin to unraveling a ball of yarn—treating symptoms while encountering a few "knots" along the way. She also shares details of her passion project, DryEyeMaster—an educational resource ...…
 
Today Brian makes sure that the sound is ok as we are back in the studio talking to Anke Hendricks, senior lecturer and one of our dermatology team here at the RVC. We cover Anke’s approach to ears for the first line therapy and when to step it up. You need to start using your microscope more, if you don't already. We hope that you enjoy. Some ...…
 
Today we are in the studio talking to Patrick Kenny and Joe Fenn. Patrick started the hypophysectomy surgery program back in 2012 and both he and Joe have performed many hypophysectomies in cats as they work with the Diabetic Remission Clinic here at the RVC. Pat has moved back to Sydney and is keen to start offering this surgery where he is no ...…
 
Gary Wörtz, MD, invites Leela Raju, MD, and her father, VK Raju, MD, to discuss their family's history of charitable contributions in ophthalmology. Dr. VK Raju describes his accomplished career, highlighting his extensive background in charitable work in his home country of India. Dr. Leela Raju shares her perspective of growing up with her fa ...…
 
In this episode of Critical Issues in EyeCare Nate Bonilla-warfor, OD talks with John Scibal, OD, CBA about retirement planning. About John Scibal, OD, CBA: Dr. John R. Scibal’s career is focused in both optometry business appraising and management consulting. He is fully certified by the Institute of Business Appraisers (CBA). While working as ...…
 
69 Neurophobia Today we are talking to Tom Cardy, lecturer in veterinary neurology and neurosurgery here at the RVC about some neurological questions that we are frequently asked. What is neurophobia? What about intranasal midazolam for status epilepticus, monitoring blood levels of anti-epileptic patients and spinal pain management. Reducing n ...…
 
Uday Devgan, MD, speaks with Gary Wörtz, MD, about the importance of lifelong learning in the field of ophthalmology and beyond. Listen as Dr. Devgan discusses his dedication to ophthalmic education, shares insights into the next generation of ophthalmic leaders, and talks about his quest to strike a balance between work and life.…
 
Today we are talking to David Sajik, our lecturer in Orthopaedic Surgery here at the RVC about cruciate disease. Where to start and what are our options, the trends for surgical technique and where the evidence is at, as well as does the future hold anything for their management? Treatments of this disease: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/2 ...…
 
** This is the second episode of a 3-part series featuring the Marco Power Forum. ** This is the audio from the the Marco Power Forum 2, recorded at the Bevelo Gas Lantern Gallery meeting 2013 in New Orleans. The topic is Optimizing Surgical Outcomes with Refractive Wavefront Technology. Participants in the Marco Power Forum 1 were: Larry Patte ...…
 
Today we are talking to Andy Fiske-Jackson, our senior lecturer in Equine Surgery here at the RVC about his approach to colic. Whether in the field or when they arrive to a hospital. A pragmatic approach, and we will try to get him back into the studio soon. An approach to colic: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25016497 Here is a link to ou ...…
 
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