Best Ophthalmology podcasts we could find (Updated October 2018)
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Latest medical news and features from Medscape Ophthalmology
 
Podcasts from the American Academy of Ophthalmology - The Eye M.D. Association
 
This collection of eye-related video lectures covers basic vision and ocular concepts. Drawn from the ophthobook.com series, every month we'll add the latest lecture (there are 18 current lectures ready for podcast upload).You can also watch ALL the lectures directly from site. Appropriate for ophthalmology, optometry, and other ocular students.
 
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.
 
Learning about the eye through audio shows
 
Interviews with authors of articles from JAMA Ophthalmology. JAMA Ophthalmology, published continuously since 1869, is an international, peer-reviewed ophthalmology and visual science journal.
 
Interviews with authors of articles from JAMA Ophthalmology. JAMA Ophthalmology, published continuously since 1869, is an international, peer-reviewed ophthalmology and visual science journal.
 
Current Concepts in Ophthalmology 2016 - 2017
 
Current Concepts in Ophthalmology 2016 - 2017
 
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Interview with Ian Leslie. Mcallister, FRANZCO, author of Two-Year Efficacy of Ranibizumab Plus Laser-Induced Chorioretinal Anastomosis vs Ranibizumab Monotherapy for Central Retinal Vein Occlusion: A Randomized Clinical Trial
 
Interview with Ian Leslie. Mcallister, FRANZCO, author of Two-Year Efficacy of Ranibizumab Plus Laser-Induced Chorioretinal Anastomosis vs Ranibizumab Monotherapy for Central Retinal Vein Occlusion: A Randomized Clinical Trial
 
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.…
 
Interview with Daniel L. Chao, MD, PhD, author of Success in Attaining Independent Funding Among National Institutes of Health K Grant Awardees in Ophthalmology: An Extended Follow-up
 
Interview with Daniel L. Chao, MD, PhD, author of Success in Attaining Independent Funding Among National Institutes of Health K Grant Awardees in Ophthalmology: An Extended Follow-up
 
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 ...…
 
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.
 
Interview with Rajendra S. Apte, MD PhD, and Gregory P Van Stavern, MD, authors of Association of Preclinical Alzheimer Disease With Optical Coherence Tomographic Angiography Findings
 
Interview with Rajendra S. Apte, MD PhD, and Gregory P Van Stavern, MD, authors of Association of Preclinical Alzheimer Disease With Optical Coherence Tomographic Angiography Findings
 
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.
 
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.
 
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.
 
Interview with Heather M Tamez, and Louise Ann Mawn, MD, authors of Rate of Unverifiable Publications Among Ophthalmology Residency Applicants Invited to Interview
 
Interview with Heather M Tamez, and Louise Ann Mawn, MD, authors of Rate of Unverifiable Publications Among Ophthalmology Residency Applicants Invited to Interview
 
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 ...…
 
The ACP reviewed relevant studies but came to conclusions 'not germane to the way we treat patients with type 2 diabetes today,' says Dr Anne Peters.
 
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 ...…
 
Interview with Ingrid U Scott, MD, MPH, and Michael S Ip, MD, authors of Comparison of Monthly vs Treat-and-Extend Regimens For Individuals With Macular Edema who Respond Well to Anti–Vascular Endothelial Growth Factor Medications: Secondary Outcomes From the SCORE2 Randomized Clinical Trial
 
Interview with Ingrid U Scott, MD, MPH, and Michael S Ip, MD, authors of Comparison of Monthly vs Treat-and-Extend Regimens For Individuals With Macular Edema who Respond Well to Anti–Vascular Endothelial Growth Factor Medications: Secondary Outcomes From the SCORE2 Randomized Clinical Trial
 
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.…
 
Should a terminally ill cancer patient who asks for cataract surgery to improve his quality of life be granted his wish?
 
Jen Will, MD, and Katie Duncan, MD, speak with Gary Wörtz, MD, to discuss the inspiration behind Project Theia-a nonprofit organization that provides free medical and surgical care to underserved communities within the scope of oculoplastic, reconstructive, orbital, and facial surgery.
 
A look at the evidence supporting vitamin therapy for the most common cause of vision loss in US adults: age-related macular degeneration.
 
A recently approved shingles vaccine seems to be more effective in preventing the virus. Drs Rapuano and Meghpara from Wills Eye Hospital discuss its role for patients.
 
Darrell White, MD, joins Gary Wörtz, MD, to highlight the value of exercise to reduce physical and psychological stresses of ophthalmic surgery. Dr. White explains how CrossFit has helped him become a better surgeon—highlighting that the intense workout regimen has helped him not only to stay in peak physical shape but also on an emotional level.…
 
Thomas Oetting, MD, speaks with Gary Wörtz, MD, about the value of promoting individuality when mentoring trainees. Dr. Oetting explains that education is the most important aspect of training, regardless of how the trainee learns a particular subject. Joshua Frenkel, MD, a senior resident at Tulane, also shares his perspective on ophthalmic tr ...…
 
From the floor of the American Academy of Ophthalmology meeting in New Orleans, Gary Wörtz, MD, meets with Matt Jensen of Vance Thompson Vision. Listen as they discuss the process of creating a successful practice culture-from building effective leaders, to motivating staff members, to going the extra mile for top-notch patient care.…
 
Interview with Jonathan H. Lass, MD, author of Effect of Cornea Preservation Time on Success of Descemet Stripping Automated Endothelial Keratoplasty: A Randomized Clinical Trial
 
Interview with Jonathan H. Lass, MD, author of Effect of Cornea Preservation Time on Success of Descemet Stripping Automated Endothelial Keratoplasty: A Randomized Clinical Trial
 
Gary Wörtz, MD, picks the brain of Inder Paul Singh, MD, on the topic of laser floater removal (LFR). Dr. Singh explains his transition from skeptic to advocate, comments on the advantages of laser vitreolysis, and details a retrospective study on patient satisfaction following LFR.
 
No life is without its turning points-the key is navigating them. In this episode, Neda Shamie, MD, recounts part of her life story with Gary Wörtz, MD, and shares how she has dealt with some major life-changing events. Find out what led Dr. Shamie down the path to becoming the successful ophthalmologist she is today.…
 
Ike Ahmed, MD, recently joined Gary Wörtz, MD, for an on-stage interview at the ME Live meeting in Nashville. In this live recording, Dr. Ahmed explains how being different enabled him to think differently about glaucoma treatment. The two surgeons also share thoughts on life, MIGS, and more while fielding questions from the audience.…
 
George Waring IV, MD, joins Gary Wörtz, MD, to talk about his recent career shift from academics to private practice. Dr. Waring walks through his thought process for making this major change and shares additional insights into Snellen acuity, in vivo IOL modification, and more.
 
When it comes to the evaluation of a new approach in ophthalmology, surgeons must be confident in their ability to make an informed decision. Robert Weinstock, MD, speaks with Gary Wörtz, MD, to explain his innovative mindset toward investments in the field. Listen as the two surgeons discuss how physicians can learn to trust their instincts wh ...…
 
Even moderate improvements in hyperglycemia, hypertension, and hyperlipidemia can yield substantial results.
 
Dr Christopher Rapuano discusses the likely outcomes and recovery for this newly approved treatment for keratoconus.
 
Karolinne Rocha, MD, PhD, recounts her ophthalmology journey to Gary Wörtz, MD, and shares her experience training in Brazil and then retraining in the United States. Listen in as Dr. Rocha discusses her insights into spherical aberrations, premium lenses, and the importance of efficiency in being a successful practitioner, partner, and parent.…
 
Dr Christopher Rapuano sorts through the updated recommendations for dry eye provided in the recently published report of the Tear Film & Ocular Surface Society International Dry Eye Workshop II.
 
Steven Dell, MD, sits down with Gary Wörtz, MD, to discuss investment strategies--some financial, some mental, and some professional--for ophthalmologists. Dr. Dell also explains his motivations for creating the Dell questionnaire and offers insight into the future of presbyopia correction.
 
Join in as two ophthalmologists have an in-depth discussion about vancomycin-associated hemorrhagic occlusive retinal vasculitis, including its diagnosis, treatment, and prognosis.
 
Interview with Andrew G. Lee, MD, and Thomas H Mader, MD, authors of Space Flight–Associated Neuro-ocular Syndrome
 
Interview with Andrew G. Lee, MD, and Thomas H Mader, MD, authors of Space Flight–Associated Neuro-ocular Syndrome
 
Sumit (Sam) Garg, MD, and James Mazzo sit down with Gary Wörtz, MD, to honor the legacy of Roger Steinert, MD. Discover the valuable role that Dr. Steinert played in the careers of Dr. Garg and Mr. Mazzo and gain an understanding of just how beloved he was as a mentor, colleague, and friend.
 
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