Reflections on Remote Working as an Ophthalmology Trainee

Working from home as an ophthalmology trainee was not something that I envisaged at the start of my training however, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, I quickly found myself having to adopt a new way of working. Busy shifts in eye casualty, subspecialty clinics and theatre were suddenly replaced with risk stratifying lists of patientContinue reading “Reflections on Remote Working as an Ophthalmology Trainee”

Emergency Department Ophthalmology – A Foundation Doctor Perspective

Those interested in a career in ophthalmology should aim to maximise their exposure during the early years of their training, allowing the acquisition of important skills unique to this area of medicine. However, clinical exposure during medial school is often limited, with most undergraduate courses including 10 days or fewer of ophthalmology attachments and teachingContinue reading “Emergency Department Ophthalmology – A Foundation Doctor Perspective”