What keeps ophthalmologists up at night (Part III)

January 20, 2021
Alex Delaney-Gesing

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David Hutton

From patient care and treating glaucoma to the ongoing pandemic, ophthalmologists share the most pressing thoughts of concern leaving them awake at night.


From patient care and treating glaucoma to the ongoing pandemic, ophthalmologists share the most pressing thoughts of concern leaving them awake at night.

Featured: Preeya Gupta, MD, Duke Eye Center (Durham, NC); Robert Ang, MD, Asian Eye Institute (Philippines); Richard Lehrer, MD, Ohio Eye Alliance, Inc; Daniel H. Chang, MD, Empire Eye and Laser Center (Bakersfield, CA); John A. Hovanesian, MD, UCLA Jules Eye Institute (Laguna Hills, CA); Cynthia Matossian, MD, FACS, ABES, Matossian Eye Associates; Davinder Grover MD, MPH, Glaucoma Associates of Texas; Richard Weinstock, MD, The Eye Institute of West Florida; and Anne L. Coleman, MD, PhD, Stein Eye Institute, UCLA.

Watch the first two installments:

What keeps you up at night?

What keeps you up at night in ophthalmology: Part II