10 Minutes of Science – Women in Ophthalmology Podcast

The Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Ophthalmologists (RANZCO)’s WIO committee has created a new podcast entitled “Women In Ophthalmology – 10 Minutes of Science”.

Excited to have been invited to lead an episode based on a recent EJO paper “Laser-assisted in situ keratomileusis long term outcomes in late adolescence” authored by Dr Jorge Alió del Barrio, a fascinating piece of work and just the start of the conversation about the actual evidence basis around how we approach refractive surgery in young patients and its potential role in management of the myopia epidemic.

Thankyou to Professor Helen Danesh-Meyer and Dr Robyn Troutbeck for the kind invitation and to Alex Aranciaba for her tireless efforts at making this possible.

The selected papers for discussion cover the whole gamut of Ophthalmology so you’ll find topics on rituximab for non infectious uveitis and scleritis, the PIVOT trial, Selective Laser Trabeculoplasty – A Review and many more.

You can catch these episodes on most podcasting platforms (Spotify, Apple, Overcast etc).

Also a humble reminder that I may need to purchase a better microphone.