Evolving Philosophies in Glaucoma Care

By Callan Navitsky, Editor-in-Chief

It’s been said that the only constant is change. For readers, the ways in which information is consumed is constantly in flux. For glaucoma specialists, new treatments and technologies continue to revolutionize glaucoma care. In light of these evolutions, GT is also undergoing updates, both in style and substance.

This cover focus is dedicated to shedding light on some key issues at the core of glaucoma management. From clinical trial design, to data-driven diagnostic use, to collaborative patient care, on the following pages contributors share current perspectives on some fundamental concepts in glaucoma.

As the incoming Editor-in-Chief of GT, I’d like to thank our readers for sticking by us as we grow, and I hope that we can continue to educate, engage, and evolve together. As aptly said by GT Chief Medical Editor Dr. Ike Ahmed, this is only the beginning.

Callan Navitsky


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