In this Issue
What glaucoma patients really want
Chief Medical Editor’s Page
By Steven D. Vold, MD
By Gillian McDermott, MA
By Jing Wang, MD, FRCSC, and Chelvin Sng, MBBChir, FRCEd
Grow your skills and help surgeons in the developing world put a dent in the backlog of cataract cases.
By Zaiba Malik, MD
By Michael Greenwood, MD, and Russell Swan, MD
A novel device, in early development, relies on electronic stimulation to decrease IOP.
By Rochelle Nataloni, Senior Writer
RESIDENTS AND FELLOWS
By Arkadiy Yadgarov, MD
COVER FOCUS: Wish List
How being diagnosed with glaucoma and coping with the disease affect patients’ quality of life.
By Geoffrey T. Emerick, MD
What advice can we give?
By Cynthia Mattox, MD
An artfully executed clinic experience shows patients you care.
By John Berdahl, MD
For most patients, starting an eye drop is the simplest first step.
By Atalie C. Thompson, MD, MPH, and Kelly W. Muir, MD, MHS
Opportunities to increase glaucoma awareness and enhance early detection.
By Constance O. Okeke, MD, MSCE
Access to support and education beyond their scheduled visits can provide the comfort that patients need.
By James C. Tsai, MD, MBA
Current perspectives on managing glaucoma patients with low vision rehabilitation.
By Kara Hanson, OD, FAAO
New technology helps patients and physicians monitor IOP outside the office.