January/February 2012

 

Issue

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Chief Medical Editor's Page

By STEVEN D. VOLD, MD

The Literature

By KEVIN KAPLOWITZ, MD

Peer Review

What’s New on the Tube?

Recent trends, updates, and controversy in aqueous shunt surgery.

By HERBERT P. FECHTER, MD, PE

Clinical Strategies

Optic Disc Drusen

Practical implications and management.

By Tomas M. Grippo, MD; Spencer W. Rogers, MD; James C. Tsai, MD, MBA; and Richard A. Lewis, MD

Challenging Cases

Cataract and High IOP Uncontrolled by Filtering Surgeries

By ROBERT J. NOECKER, MD, MBA

Cover Stories:
Changing Paradigms in Glaucoma Education

Improving Resident Training

The challenge is how to adapt teaching methods to the unique styles of learning and communication of today’s students.

By GRACE SUN, MD, AND NATHAN M. RADCLIFFE, MD

Residents’ and Fellow’s Perspectives

By Jeffrey R. SooHoo, MD; Zachary Vest, MD; Hady Saheb, MDCM, FRCSC

The Importance of Physician Mentors

These special individuals help their students become great people first and excellent doctors second.

By GEORGE L. SPAETH, MD

Postgraduate Education

Lifelong learning is a responsibility and a challenge for all practicing physicians.

By LOUIS B. CANTOR, MD

Successful in-Office Techniques for Educating Patients

Better communication improves outcomes in glaucoma.

By HARRY A. QUIGLEY, MD

Creating an Optometric Referral Network for Your Practice

Education and communication are key parts of coexisting in a changing medical environment.

By KEVIN P. PIKEY, DO

Inside Eyetube.net

Cognitive Dissonance in Glaucoma Treatment

NATHAN M. RADCLIFFE, MD

5 Questions with Carol B. Toris, PhD

Toris reflects on industry’s support of research as well as the value of Skittles when working with monkeys.

 

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